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Jelly Roll Race technique meets the one seam flying geese

Old 08-29-2014, 07:06 PM
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MSQC uploaded a video for the JRR v3.0 recently, and whilst watching Jenny putting the 'triangles' onto the Jelly Roll strips I had one of those lightbulb moments and thought I wonder if it would work to combine both the techniques mentioned in the title....and this is what I came up with....currently only in a small scale, but soon to be done in an actual quilt top size (for Aussie Hero Quilts, which is similar to Quilts of Valor)

So far as I know, I've not seen one done this way before and I think it will make for an interesting finished quilt don't you?

Thanks for looking
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Old 08-29-2014, 07:10 PM
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Watched that video tonight will have to try it, as I have made 1&2.
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Old 08-29-2014, 09:26 PM
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Watched that video tonight will have to try it, as I have made 1&2.
I look forward to seeing it when you're done
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interesting..will be watching for the final top to be done.
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ooo, you could have a lot of fun with that. Cool.
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That could be really fun! Great idea.
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very cool cant what to see your quilt
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That would be really great Naomi! Good thinking!
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[QUOTE=beeshebags;6865615]MSQC uploaded a video for the JRR v3.0 recently, and whilst watching Jenny putting the 'triangles' onto the Jelly Roll strips I had one of those light bulb moments and thought I wonder if it would work to combine both the techniques mentioned in the title....and this is what I came up with....]

What a great twist! Are you going to have the geese all point the same way? Are you going to cut out the bulk in the back or leave it?
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What a good idea!
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