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Thread: 2 jelly rolls...and nothing else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimg
    I like the summer in the park pattern. I did it with jelly rolls. There is a tutorial from Missouri Star. You should be able to search for it and find the tutorial.
    I like that one!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5WgT...D72&lf=mh_lolz

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    There is a square in a square....it is easy and quick to go together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carrie Jo
    I just finished a zippy strip quilt..its really easy if you want the directions just pm me.
    Why don't you put this into a tutorial... I'm curious and I bet others are also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie
    Lots of them! Here's a few that I did with one. Just double it to make it a bigger quilt!
    Oooohhhhh I love those!! Beautiful.

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    Eddie, did you have pattern or just wing it? What were the patterns called? freebies I'm hoping!

    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie
    Lots of them! Here's a few that I did with one. Just double it to make it a bigger quilt!

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    I should add that I cannot bring up videos on my computer because we live in the country and don't have that good of service. Bet I'm not alone. I was hoping for a printed tutorial, with pictures, perhaps.

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    what is the name of the first quilt you posted I love it, also do you remember the name of the fabric you used

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    WOW, thanks for all the suggestions! Will check later in the day when I have more time.

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    Hoffmansfabric.com has lots of free patterns for Bali Pops. Just got 2 of them yesterday!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dar-midlife
    Eddie, did you have pattern or just wing it? What were the patterns called? freebies I'm hoping!

    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie
    Lots of them! Here's a few that I did with one. Just double it to make it a bigger quilt!
    The first two patterns are from the Jelly Roll quilts books by Pam and Nicky Lintott.

    The first one is 8" finished blocks, so for it you cut two rectangles that are 8.5" long and two that are 4.5" long. These will be the outer "box" of the block. So you cut those from all 40 strips and then use the remainder fabric to just make 4-patch blocks. Then you sew the 4.5" rectangles to each side of the 4-patch, and the 8.5" rectangles to the remaining sides of the 4-patch. That gives you the 8.5" blocks that you then lay out in a 5 x 8 grid and sew all together. Easy!

    The second one is a french braid where you cut the strips up into rectangles (the length depends on how wide you want the braid to be). You then just but one end up against the side of another, sew it together, and repeat, making a braid. After that, trim the edges to make it a column, and then join the columns together. It looks best to have darks on one side of the column, and lights on the other side of the column.

    The last one is a from a pattern that went around here on the board. Just sew all the strips end to end. Then cut it in half and sew those two looooong strips together. Cut that in half and repeat until it makes the rectangular top. Again, easy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooky
    what is the name of the first quilt you posted I love it, also do you remember the name of the fabric you used
    That fabric is called "Cranberry Wishes" by Kansas Troubles. The pattern is from the jelly roll quilts book by Pam and Nicky Lintott.

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    I am working onn a french braid and it is fun and....easy to do

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    I love all these possibilities!

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    thanks

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    Thanks for asking the question as I have been wondering also.

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    Thanks for asking the question as I have been wondering also.

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