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What is your net jelly roll quilt?

Started by Teresa Fusco. Last reply by Beth A. North Jan 15, 2016. 24 Replies

I am working on a "Keyhole" jelly roll quilt, it is fast and easy, I find most of these quilts mindless, which is good. Most of my day is spent in  front of a computer, when I get home I want to look…Continue

Where do you get the best buys on Jelly Rolls?

Started by Lalena Stewart. Last reply by Gina Koston Jan 8, 2014. 18 Replies

I love Jelly Rolls!  I mean they are color coordinated, pre-cut and ready to go ....who wouldn't love 'em.  But like all cotton fabrics they have become quite pricey...and my local quilt shops don't…Continue

Jelly Roll plus charm pack

Started by Ellen Bloomfield Jan 15, 2013. 0 Replies

Other than Log cabin are there other ideas for combining jelly rolls with charm packs?

New Member who loves Quilting with Jelly Rolls

Started by Kathy Hannin. Last reply by Donna Abrams Mar 30, 2012. 3 Replies

My first large quilt  yrs ago was a Log Cabin lap quilt made from A Jelly Roll . I watch for sales on them as they can cost anywhere from 40 to 60.00 here in Canada where i am. I have bought some…Continue

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Comment by Beth A. North on March 19, 2017 at 9:11am

I have been going thru my scraps as well.  I have three tubs of various sized strips.  I will go back to them after the rest of the pieces of scraps are cut into workable shapes. 

Comment by Al Collier on March 18, 2017 at 9:30pm

I spent two days going through the bags of 1.5" fabric quilt material. I made two piles - first 36" or longer and 44" length. Then separated them into lights and darks. Then the smaller pieces in a bag for the string quilts. organized in nothing else, 

Comment by Al Collier on March 4, 2017 at 9:35pm

We make our own. There is a fabric wholesaler about an hour drive from us.  We go up every other month. They have a ONE DOLLAR A YARD scrappy pieces. we buy lots oof colors to cut into 2.5" strips and roll them that way. I have mixed a few as gifts. We cut part of the material into 5" strips for charm packs as well.

Comment by Beth A. North on February 25, 2016 at 10:56am

My guild is doing the blocks as a challenge for us.  Will be interesting to see the same blocks put into quilts, I bet they turn out so different

Comment by Shelly Jones on February 25, 2016 at 5:03am
Thank you for the link Beth. That looks like a great use for my stash of strips. My guild exchange strips two years back. I have used the blues and whites to piece a "lady of the lake" quilt but had no plans yet for the rest. This challenge will be perfect.

Diane, I do enjoy Missouri Star Quilts. I have used a number of their tutorials.
Comment by Beth A. North on December 29, 2015 at 12:58pm

This gal is great with using Jelly Rolls.  Plus, I like her product.

http://www.jellyrollfabric.net/2016-Half-Square-Triangle-Challenge-...

Comment by Darlene Crosby on January 8, 2014 at 6:26pm

Just a FYI...

I see the Fat Quarter Shop's blog has the video tutorial "Jelly Roll Jam" for making two quilts from one Jelly Roll. Other video lessons available too. They have a huge amount of fabric 20%-50% off. I love shopping there:)

Comment by Diane Hunter on April 29, 2013 at 3:45pm

Has anyone gone to the Missouri Star Quilt tutorials on Utube?  They offer several good suggestion on using pre-cut bundles.

Comment by Jacqui on April 11, 2013 at 11:54pm

Hello everyone,  I have only been working with Jelly rolls for a short period but I'm finding them to be more versatile than I first thought. I'm looking forward to swapping ideas with other members of this group.

Comment by Chef Lisa on April 1, 2013 at 10:40am

Hi all our group swaps 2 1/2" Batik strips http://myquiltplace.com/group/batik-strip-swap?xg_source=activity. We have been busy since October and now have over 300 strips traded so if you are interested join in and ask for a color group.

 

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