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Thread: My Super Fast Jelly Roll Quilt

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    I used Timeless Treasures Tonga Treats Coffee Cake, the size is 64x75. Fast and fun to do.
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    You said fast and fun. I add FABULOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!:D

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    Georgious. Love those super fast jelly rolls. These colors are fabulous.

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    That's a great fabric line.

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    Looks great! I made one the other day and I will have to take apart some of the rows. No color changes in the top part of the quilt, but many in the bottom. I must have done something wrong. Leave it to me to screw up such a simple top! Anyways, yours is just great!

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    I love it! I have been wanting to get tonga treats; too many other projects in the "thinking" stage right now.

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    Love the colors!

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    Love the blue shades. It turned out lovely!

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    Very nice!

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    Wow.....Great job. I love the colors.

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    The blue borders really bring it all together! Beautiful job!

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    How do you keep the lines so straight? ? ? :roll:

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    Wow those are gorgious colors together. Nice job!

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    Great I love the colors. The borders are nice

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    Thanks for your nice comments, I'm making this for my friend in NM for her birthday, she has blues and browns in her family room, so I hope she likes it.

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    That is very pretty!
    I just finished my first quilt top - a jellyroll quilt. I haven't quilted it though. Can't decide what to do!
    Did you do SID? If not, how are you going to quilt it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KarylMc
    That is very pretty!
    I just finished my first quilt top - a jellyroll quilt. I haven't quilted it though. Can't decide what to do!
    Did you do SID? If not, how are you going to quilt it?
    I take it to have it quilted so I don't know how it will be done. I'm not brave enough to try and quilt it myself.

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    She will love it, beautiful quilt..love your dog,what is his or her name , what kind of dog is she.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yetta
    She will love it, beautiful quilt..love your dog,what is his or her name , what kind of dog is she.
    Thanks, and that is Bailey, a Soft Coated Wheaton Terrier, she is 8 years old.

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    Very pretty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by katsewnsew
    Looks great! I made one the other day and I will have to take apart some of the rows. No color changes in the top part of the quilt, but many in the bottom. I must have done something wrong. Leave it to me to screw up such a simple top! Anyways, yours is just great!
    AMEN! Mine came out horrible. I'm going to rip it apart and do a scrap-something instead.

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    Nice!

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    I hope you see this; it's two months since this thread (no pun intended, lol) began.

    Your quilt is just beautiful. Did you use only one jelly roll for the main body of the quilt? Thanks. And, Happy Thanksgiving!!

    Holly

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    she should absolutely LOVE it. it is beautiful

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    Quote Originally Posted by skillon
    I hope you see this; it's two months since this thread (no pun intended, lol) began.

    Your quilt is just beautiful. Did you use only one jelly roll for the main body of the quilt? Thanks. And, Happy Thanksgiving!!

    Holly
    Thanks for looking and yes I used one jelly roll for main body.
    Happy Thanksgiving.

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