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

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    Super Member thimblebug6000's Avatar
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    I've been searching & searching for a pattern that I can use 2 jelly rolls in & not need to add any other fabric. Do you think this is possible? I purchased 2 Bali Pops while on holiday & I don't want to make another DP9 nor a rail fence type pattern, Thanks for any helpful suggestions!

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    I just finished a zippy strip quilt..its really easy if you want the directions just pm me.

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    what about the out of the box pattern...I think that posted here quite a bit..really simple one..you could always check out the MODA back shop site and see what they offer for FREE

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    I posted one the other day...let me see if I can find it. here it is...http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-153490-1.htm

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    I have done one with 2 jelly rolls called "All Fenced In" :)

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    Modabakeshop.com has lots of jelley roll patterns an ideas. I would go to the index on the home page and then scroll through the project titles.

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    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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    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!
    And omit the borders. The OP doesn't want to use any extra fabric. Those are all gorgeous!

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    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.

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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!
    O-MY-GRAVY...Eddie, your quilts are gorgeous!!!

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    I love those that folks have posted pics of. The one with the 4 patch framed is really pretty and would be easy too.

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    Sorry....I see now that Eddie posted all of those. BEAUTIFUL! Love the color selections.

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    I really like this quilt posted a while back. It used 2 1/2 in. strips from an exchange? The poster was looking for the pattern. I am going to attempt it with my 60 ruler and do the hexagons that way. The title of the post is "How is this pieced or is there a pattern?" It was posted by mbake. Use the search function and see if it would suit your jelly rolls.

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    Summer in the Park. :) A little under two jelly rolls made a generous and beautiful twin-sized quilt with no need for a border.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5WgTyqB8Pc

    Here's the one I did! My long-armer happens to be standing next to the best picture of it. Heee.

    [img]http://static.quiltingboard.com/uplo..._3222927_n.jpg[/img]

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    How about a Hexagon Quilt? Here are links to instructions. One strip will make one block. Since you use two strips in a block, then the two strips make two blocks. With two jelly rolls of approximately 80 strips, you will have 80 blocks.


    Instructions for making the Hexagon Block:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSM0bcJyYLo
    http://blog.heirloomcreations.net/?p=2033
    http://www.jaybirdquilts.com/2010/06...finishing.html

    You don't have to use the "Ruler of the Month" but you do need a 60 degree ruler.

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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!
    PERTY
    PERTY
    PERTY !!

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    My favorite is a zigzag quilt. One jelly roll of colors, one jelly roll of neutrals.
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    Love that zigzag quilt.

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    Bonnie Hunt Star Struck free patterns online at .

    http://quiltville.blogspot.com/2005/06/star-struck.html


    She has several free patterns that would work.

    http://quiltville.com/

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    beautiful quilts

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    This zigzag quilt is awesome!
    Quote Originally Posted by Peckish
    My favorite is a zigzag quilt. One jelly roll of colors, one jelly roll of neutrals.

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    http://blog.missouriquiltco.com/
    Jenny has posted a new jelly roll quilt block technique this week in the Blog. Its pretty exciting.I'm planning to try it.

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    Our area shop hop two weeks past, the shops each chose a pattern for use with the strips, and had their sample to show. We also were given a small bundle of strips at each shop, the total yardage is three yards. So, there are patterns for jelly roll use, I am having a hard time choosing which to use. piecefully, the old one

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    Eddie, I love your quilts!!! I've been wanting to do a Christmas log cabin but after seeing your first quilt I'm rethinking my choice of pattern. However, I do have enough Christmas fabric for more than one quilt, I'm sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annaquilts
    Bonnie Hunt Star Struck free patterns online at .
    http://quiltville.blogspot.com/2005/06/star-struck.html
    She has several free patterns that would work.
    http://quiltville.com/
    Here's another from there. Scrappy Bargello. I've made two.
    http://quiltville.blogspot.com/2005/...-bargello.html
    Another: Hidden Spools
    http://quiltville.blogspot.com/2005/...en-spools.html

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