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Thread: 1600 Inch Jelly Roll topper!

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    Senior Member justme's Avatar
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    1600 Inch Jelly Roll topper!

    Happy Mothers Day to everyone!

    Attached is a jelly roll topper (not done yet) that still needs a border etc. Just thought I would share. It was so much fun to do and easy!

    thanks for looking!
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    I am excited to try one of these. It's really pretty!

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    Very pretty! I've been thinking of trying one, too.

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    Looks like sun shining in a blue sky! Very pretty.

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    Very pretty! Yellow is my favourite colour!
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    Pretty colors!

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    Beautiful!!!

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    these are very easy to do, and so much fun. if you look up jelly roll races, you can complete one in a day easy!

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    We made these as a Jelly Roll Race at a guild meeting sew-in....such fun! I won it, sewing the whole thing on my vintage Singer 301a in 55 minutes!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TiltedEars View Post
    I am excited to try one of these. It's really pretty!
    It's on my to-do list, too (maybe even this weekend if I can get myself together). This one is really spring-y & fresh... love it!
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    love it, it is on my to do soon list.

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    That turned out very nice. Congratulations

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    love your colors.
    I made one last year, on a mini retreat with 3 friends. we all used the same jelly roll, and each one looks diferent.
    After 2 years with the same signature I have been requested to remove it. Bye

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    I like the way you joined them on the diagonal. It looks great
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    Very pretty, nice colors.
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    I love the blue and yellow color combo! Nice!
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    I like your color combinations, very springy. I made a couple of these for Xmas presents this past year & really enjoyed making them. From start to finish (including quilting) I made 3 of them in 2 days.

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    Very nice! I did 2 and both such fun!
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    Very pretty! I've done one with a purchased jelly roll, came out pretty, now I'm saving strips from scraps to do another one! They are fun to do!
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    Very Nice! Great colors!
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    I love doing these but just can't seem to get the right size for a baby quilt no matter what I try. They are fun though. Love the colors.
    Michelle

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    Yours is lovely, I made one after seeing my friend make one in an afternoon, mine is dreadful. horrible colors to make it out of, I have taken it apart in 3 sections trying to make it look better but it just doesn't. Oh well, someone at the rehab/nursing home will love it.
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    Pretty, happy quilt....
    With quilters for friends, I will always be warm.

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    these are fun.I was thinking about using 5 inch strips and making a larger version
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    You did a beautiful job, and like everyone else this is what i want to do, but in reds, strips are all cut, now just to find the time. thank you for sharing yours.
    Mary

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