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Thread: Looking for Bargello pattern using jelly roll

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    Senior Member HeatherQuilts's Avatar
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    Does anyone have a pattern to make a bargello quilt using a jelly roll? I bought one of those Bali Pops to make my Mom a quilt, and have decided to go with the bargello pattern, but I'm having a hard time finding one that uses a jelly roll.

    Thanks in advance! :)
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    I would think you could use any bargello pattern - you just have a head start since you don't have to cut the strips.

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    Senior Member HeatherQuilts's Avatar
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    Thanks ladies :)
    I'll try looking up some bargello patterns.

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    I used a jelly roll for mine. Just found a free pattern on the net and went with it. It was the first quilt I made for me and is one of my favorites.

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    Awesome thanks for the links

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    Check out Jelly Bargelly by Black Cat Creations - www.black-cat-creations.com

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    Here is a link to one I am working on right now. It calls for 2 inch strips, but you could use your jelly rolls, it will just make the quilt a bit bigger than listed.

    http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/quilt...bargello/18137
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    This should take you to one called No measuring Bargello..(or something like that). It uses two jelly rolls, I think. It is a video, but the pattern is for sale somewhere too. Let me look for that too....okay, the first link is the video, the second is the pattern on sale by Amazon.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2MU1p3GpCHI

    http://www.amazon.com/Measure-Bargel.../dp/B00MJ5EWMQ

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    Or this might work. It is a free pattern and uses 2 1/2 inch strips...


    http://www.northcott.com/?sid=3&layo...id=5&colid=549

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dina View Post
    Or this might work. It is a free pattern and uses 2 1/2 inch strips...


    http://www.northcott.com/?sid=3&layo...id=5&colid=549
    This pattern will work but you will be slightly short on the last 3 or 4 strips. You will have to count your cuts very carefully. It is not a difficult pattern.
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    I made the Northcott quilt this past summer. It turned out beautifully, but the strips are al different widths, so you will have to cut the Jelly Roll strips down - don't know if you will have enough fabric.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManiacQuilter2 View Post
    This pattern will work but you will be slightly short on the last 3 or 4 strips. You will have to count your cuts very carefully. It is not a difficult pattern.
    Hadn't thought of that. I have never bought a jelly roll and don't know how many strips are in one. If you were just a bit short, perhaps you could add strips from another fabric?

    Dina

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