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Thread: My version of Jelly Roll 1600

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    This is made from 2 Moda scrap bags that I cut into 2 1/2" jelly roll strips with my June Tailor strip cutting mat. I was able to find some of the fabrics from the front to use for the back and sashing. It ends up being a scant queen size. I quilted it on my LA that I got in April, doing a free motion kinda leafy design with Valdani Hand Dyed Variegated cotton thread in Countryside color. Hope you like it. I will just roll the backing to the front for the binding since I don't have enough of anything else left.
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    You have done a fantastic job on this quilt.

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    Awesome

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    Love it!!

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    Very nice - like the colors.

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    I love it! Your quilting is great too. Bet you're enjoying that LA :)

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    Wow! So pretty!
    Good work there!

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    good job. looks great

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    beautiful, I have a Jelly Roll ready for this project,just have to find time to do it

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    Does that look great on the bed. Wonderful quilting

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    GRANN~~~I"M LOVING THIS !!!!!!!

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    Great quilt! Looks like you had fun quilting it too! :)

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    Very Pretty and I am glad you survived the picture taking! Hugs Elizabeth

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    Great looking quilt and quilting!

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    Very pretty.

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    Love it. Were your 2 1/2" strips all different lengths? Love the way they all 'fell' together. Very nice on the quilting, too, not too heavy (the way I like it). That would look great on my sofa (hint, hint, hint). Want my address? LOL

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    Great work!! :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by burnsk
    Love it. Were your 2 1/2" strips all different lengths? Love the way they all 'fell' together. Very nice on the quilting, too, not too heavy (the way I like it). That would look great on my sofa (hint, hint, hint). Want my address? LOL
    When you get those Moda Scrap Bags they are the selvage edge and 1 yard long. So the strips are not as long as the regular jelly roll strips. I have had those packs for a couple years trying to figure out what to do with them; then I saw the strippy things and decided that would be a good way to use them. Some pieces weren't wide enough to get a 2 1/2" strip out of. I don't like heavy quilting either so having my own machine is good for me. I don't like the stiff quilting. Now to get it bound.

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    You did an excellent job!

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    Very pretty.

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    Did you know this pattern is in QUILTS and MORE magazine? Fall 2010.You did a good job. I want to try this pattern after I finish my UFO's

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    Im going to see if I can the magazine thanks

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    Really like your quilt.

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    great job very pretty

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    thats really nice i think you did a very good job

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