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Thread: Rainbow lasagne quilt

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    very lovely color choices
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    Awesome colors and love the border. I think the border added a lot to it.
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    great job, I have several jelly rolls I am going to make up into lap quilts and I hope they go quickly.
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    It is beautiful and does look like a landscape quilt!! Love it!!

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    That is sooo pretty. I have never heard of a Rainbow Lasagna Quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gladys View Post
    That is sooo pretty. I have never heard of a Rainbow Lasagna Quilt.
    I named it rainbow based on the order of the colors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunnie View Post
    I have to confess that I did not arrange the colors...they came to me in this order from Favorite Fabrics. I loved the colors as they were and only resize them to the size I wanted. Here is where I got them. http://www.favoritefabric.com/cgi/co...n&key=JS20-001

    I have nothing to do with this shop, but they did give awesome service.

    Is this done like a jelly roll 1600 race? if nothow do you offset and if so what order do you sew the colours in at the start? So when you fold you end up with that graduation from top to bottom.
    I have been teaching all day and my brain won't work anymore!

    Thanks Becks

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    Beautiful quilt. I love the colors. I wondered what size a quilt would be with only 20 strips. Thank you for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheezythequiltmaker View Post
    Is this done like a jelly roll 1600 race? if nothow do you offset and if so what order do you sew the colours in at the start? So when you fold you end up with that graduation from top to bottom.
    I have been teaching all day and my brain won't work anymore!

    Thanks Becks
    Becks, I started like the jelly roll race, but once all the strips were joined I cut them into 33" pieces (I just chose a random number that would give me joined section in the second row). Then I sewed them in "color" order as you see in the finished top. Hope that makes sense.
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    Beautiful results!!
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    Yummy! Can I come to dinner at your house, please?
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    Jelly roll?
    how fun!
    thanks for sharing it with us
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunnie View Post
    Becks, I started like the jelly roll race, but once all the strips were joined I cut them into 33" pieces (I just chose a random number that would give me joined section in the second row). Then I sewed them in "color" order as you see in the finished top. Hope that makes sense.
    Thanks that does make perfect sense. The maths of working out the placement the other way was killing my head!

    best becks

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    Beautiful quilt! Love the colors.

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    Oh how pretty! I just love the way the colors blend so nicely! Great job!

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    Beautiful. Just as many other I love this quilt and your lay out. I have bookmarked it so I can return to it when I need a quick but refreshing quilt to assemble. Your quilt is an inspiration.

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    You did a great job and your quilt turned out beautiful
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    Beautiful. Thanks for the link. I have put it into my favorites. I just may fall off the fabric wagon to get these. BrendaK
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    Just lovely, great job and thank you for sharing, love those batiks
    Have a Blessed day
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    very pretty

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    Very pretty. I had never heard it called a lasagna quilt before.

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    I watched the video on youtube for the Jelly roll race quilt. Has anyone done one of these with scraps? If so how did it turn out? I am still cutting up my scraps (going on 2 months now) and I was wondering because some are cut in 2.5 in strips

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    It's gorgeous! Looks like a landscape picture!
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    Nice! Love the fabrics.

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    Cool Nice job!

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