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Thread: Jelly Roll placemat

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    I bought several jelly rolls at the flea market at Shipshewana last year and was really wondering how I was going to use them. Then craftybear (you suggest such great sites) suggested this site: http://lovelaughquilt.blogspot.com/2...y-hexagon.html and I made this!!!! It was so easy and since I have 3 jelly rolls I can make many....I am making them for a craft show I will be in towards the end of the year. Do you think they will sell?
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    oh wow!! gorgeous - I love anything that resembles spider webs. Thank you for posting :D

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    NICE! You could try meandering on the next one for a totally different look.

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    Kellie, this looks very nice! I love the colours & I'm sure they would sell.
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    Those are so cute!! How much do you plan on selling them for?

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    Beautiful idea. Love the placemat

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    sure! i can see a little pumpkin, candy dish, or candle sitting there.\
    i have some leftover st pattys day fabric i didnt know what to do with ..now i do :) thanks!
    looks like a nice/easy binding technique too.

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    Very nice.

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    They should sell....they are beautiful

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewjoyce
    Those are so cute!! How much do you plan on selling them for?
    I was thinking $20 for 6 place mats. What do you think? And I have other colors of course in the jelly rolls.

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    Really nice :!:

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    Pretty!

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    Love it! I made the same topper, but out of Christmas fabrics. I am going to try to make a larger one by adding 1 or 2 more fabrics.

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    Oh i definitely think they would sell for that price!

    Quote Originally Posted by Kellie G
    Quote Originally Posted by sewjoyce
    Those are so cute!! How much do you plan on selling them for?
    I was thinking $20 for 6 place mats. What do you think? And I have other colors of course in the jelly rolls.

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    Absolutely they will sell! Your colors are awesome and the shape is neat and different...I would buy them in a heartbeat!:)

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    Beautiful. Should sell well.

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    Oh that's pretty!! :D

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    I think it is pretty and sweet. Just a suggestion for the other ones you plan to make. The white binding seems a little stark to my eye. If you don't have enough of one strip to make it all the way around the block, pick two or three coordinating strips and make a scrappy binding.

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    very nice

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    I think they would sell ! Really like it !

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    would you all put a batting in this??

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    I would use a light weight, warm & natural would be nice.

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    Really like this pattern and love the colors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KimmieH
    would you all put a batting in this??
    I did use Warm and Natural, it is a really thin batting. On the advice of a good friend, who does a lot of craft shows, I will be selling at a cost of 4 for $20 or 6 for $30.

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    This is so cute. Would love to hear how you did at the craft fair.

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