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Thread: Super Fast Jelly-roll quilt

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    That helps TONS!
    Thank you!

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    Thanks for the pattern. Also a great way to get rid of scraps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pamala
    That helps TONS!
    Thank you!
    Good girl! You will find that as a beginner (or even experienced) quilter, you have come to the right place to become well-informed, educated, and encouraged.
    HOORAY for the QUILTING BOARD ....

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    OMG, this is absolutely brilliant!! I have a couple of jelly rolls for which I haven't found a pattern I like so this will do quite nicely!! I'm always amazed by people who can see things in another "light"!! Thanks for sharing!

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    Thanks so much for taking the time and effort to share this! This is one I will definitely use!

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    Thanks for sharing!

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    Thanks so much! Know what I will be doing tomorrow. Bought so many jelly rolls, but haven't done a thing with them but look out now. Olivia

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olivia
    Thanks so much! Know what I will be doing tomorrow. Bought so many jelly rolls, but haven't done a thing with them but look out now. Olivia
    We will DEFINITELY be looking forward to your pictures!

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    I think this is this the "Lasagna Quilt" so much has been said about on the Stashbusters Yahoo group. Have been wanting to try one.

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    If any of you would like to print out the instructions, click on "File" then on print and then have the printer print pages 1 - 3 ... the instructions and the picture should print out very well.

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    how cool..... thanks

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    Colorful. Thanks for sharing.

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    That would be great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by omak
    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    Thank you for sharing this with us!!! :D:D:D
    AMEN!
    What a wonderful plan.
    If you don't mind, when I do it next week, I will take pictures as I go along and make a tutorial of this quilt. Would that be okay? (I know I have some other projects to get done first, but it never hurts to be prepared for the next idea )
    This one is just too quick, easy, and appealing to wait any longer!
    A picture tutorial would be great!

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    Thanks for sharing this idea! This looks like fun!!!

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    Thanks for a quick and easy!!

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    Hey thanks for sharing, I am going to go buy a jelly roll and work on it as soon as I get home!!

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    hi, i had never heard of a jelly roll ...and what confuses me is the word " loop " i very much want to make a jellyroll quilt so w/b watching out for your tutorial...is the pic. of the quilt how the quilt will look like when finished ? thank u so much for posting it....and hope to hear from u......libby

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    Really great idea for children's charity quilts! You could make it so colorful and with children's patterned fabric, it would be so cute!

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    Thank you for a very good plan for a jelly roll. It looks like fun to put together and I'll have to give it a try. Thanks a bunch.

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    thanks for putting this on. i keep looking at jelly rolls and wasn't sure what i would do. this sounds so easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEXMEXGAL
    hi, i had never heard of a jelly roll ...and what confuses me is the word " loop " i very much want to make a jellyroll quilt so w/b watching out for your tutorial...is the pic. of the quilt how the quilt will look like when finished ? thank u so much for posting it....and hope to hear from u......libby
    Definition of a “Jelly Roll”: One 2 ˝ strip of every fabric in a line (usually 40) stacked up and rolled, then tied with a ribbon and sold at your favorite quilt shop.
    "loop" -pretend you have a piece of string..bring the two ends together and at the bottom there is a "loop".
    For this quilt you are doubling the long strip and when you get to the end, you will have a loop.
    Hope that helps.
    Yes, that picture is a representation of what it will look like.
    Happy quilting!
    Robin

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    Call me dumb, but I have to see to learn, did not understand the directions at all. so sorry. God bless. Penny

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    sounds easy enough will have to try this thanks so much for instructions always looking to add to my "free" patterns binder

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    will wait for the tutorial ... as it sounds like it would be fun to make... w/b looking forward to the tutorial....thank u so much for telling us about it .... god bless u...........libby

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