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    there's a pattern out called House Calls..works great with Jelly Rolls and Would really look wonderful with that roll..have fun..blessings

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    Quote Originally Posted by martapr
    I have a batik roll (3.5 yds) of 2 1/2" strips. Any ideas what pattern I should use to make a quilt?
    I have 4 of these. Got them when WM closed them out so would be happy to get ideas. THANKS

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    Quote Originally Posted by charismah
    What about rail fence?
    I did 2 rail fences with one of my jelly rolls and they were cute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nativetexan
    i did something on that order with my old batiks. center sq with strips around that i bought.
    I really like this idea.May try this. Thanks

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    I agree with this plan

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    I do longarm quilting and have gotten a lot of Rail Fence quilts made from jelly rolls.
    http://members.foothills.net/davislb...illquilts1.htm

    http://members.foothills.net/davislb...mepinnacle.htm

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    or how about a brick pattern?

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    I did this quilt with a jelly roll.
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    Whatever you decide to do will be special.

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    Lovely bright colors! What about making a lasagna quilt with each strip separated with a small 1" strip of black, both at the ends of the strips and between them the long ways. The black would really set off the colors and make a beautiful quilt. Here is a picture of one I found on the internet:

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    I'm working on some from the book Quilts from the Heart by Karin Renaud.

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    How about this. It looks easy and quick

    Found it on the Victorian Quilt Design site. I saved it for future use.

    http://fromthenestblog.blogspot.com/...proximate.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by nativetexan
    i did something on that order with my old batiks. center sq with strips around that i bought.
    WOW! that's pretty!

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    I paired them up with white strips and started a double pinwheel quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcdaniel023
    I did this quilt with a jelly roll.
    Very nice, I like it alot!

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    Farm quilter...that is stunning! The black strips really set off those gorgeous colors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farm Quilter
    Lovely bright colors! What about making a lasagna quilt with each strip separated with a small 1" strip of black, both at the ends of the strips and between them the long ways. The black would really set off the colors and make a beautiful quilt. Here is a picture of one I found on the internet:
    That is so beautiful. Love the colors!

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    This is a top I made from jelly rolls. Two paired strips make two 8" opposite blocks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by martapr
    I have a batik roll (3.5 yds) of 2 1/2" strips. Any ideas what pattern I should use to make a quilt?
    I always look at those, get intimidated, and move on. I need less stimulus I guess. Could also be that I have a weird thing about calicos, I love them, know how to use them, and collect them. I just know you will do something wonderful with it.

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    Don't know about a pattern, but I LOVE the looks of that roll! Looks like some great colors!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly Nana
    This is a top I made from jelly rolls. Two paired strips make two 8" opposite blocks.
    Your quilt is beautiful.

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    I love your quilt! What a GREAT idea! Did you wash them before making the quilt? How big is your quilt and how many jelly roles did you use?

    Quote Originally Posted by nativetexan
    i did something on that order with my old batiks. center sq with strips around that i bought.

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    AMAZING QUILTS.... GREAT IDEAS!!!!!! THANKS..
    Quote Originally Posted by Brenda Davis
    I do longarm quilting and have gotten a lot of Rail Fence quilts made from jelly rolls.
    http://members.foothills.net/davislb...illquilts1.htm

    http://members.foothills.net/davislb...mepinnacle.htm

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    I'm sorry... what is a Brick pattern?
    Quote Originally Posted by sewred
    or how about a brick pattern?

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    The black "pop" it out!
    Quote Originally Posted by Farm Quilter
    Lovely bright colors! What about making a lasagna quilt with each strip separated with a small 1" strip of black, both at the ends of the strips and between them the long ways. The black would really set off the colors and make a beautiful quilt. Here is a picture of one I found on the internet:

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