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Thread: I humbly request suggestions for jellyroll quilt pattern

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    Senior Member alisonquilts's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1screech View Post
    Hope this helps.
    It does! Thanks!
    And thank you for jellyroll shrinkage tip, riutzelj. I may have to do that, just because I now know I can. (Old habits die hard...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by alisonquilts View Post
    That is stunning...now I wish I had bought multiple jellyrolls

    *...must...resist...more...jelly...rolls.....must. ..resist...*
    If you figure out how to resist jelly rolls, I (& my Visa, for sure) would be interested to know what method you used... LOL! I can't help it... I'm hooked!
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    (.(. (..`..♥ rebecca

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    Quote Originally Posted by riutzelj View Post
    you can preshrink your jelly roll fabric by dunking it in hot water and the drying it if you are concerned about it.

    This can be done fairly easily - and you can just lay the strips out on towels and air dry if you are worried about fraying/raveling.

    It really is NOT that big of a deal to wash strips. I've had to, when one of my cats 'anointed' some things I had left out a few years ago. I was not thrilled about it, but it can be done.

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    Moda University pattern - State of Grace ...... it is beautiful!!!

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