Inspiring Quilters, Stitch by Stitch
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 at color and my sewing machine. I think the 1/4" foot is a must and I don't understand why quilters don't want to invest in it?
Well, I wound up not using Spirit for this quilt. I used black/white, white, and pops of red. The top is done along with several others but I have not had an opportunity to take photos yet. Haven't decided how to use my Spirit fabric. I also have a "Breath of Avignon" jelly roll that I am going to use in a variation of the keyhole pattern. There are 4 Keyholes surrounding a solid square. The blocks are large (16") so I am going to have to play with the final layout, borders, sashing, etc... But I think the combination of the red, yellow and blue will make a stunning quilt.
I guess I did this wrong, but here is my latest Jelly Roll quilt, I gave a s a wedding gift to my son and daughter in law, I have no idea what the jelly roll name was, I picked it because I like the colors. They said they wanted a blue quilt, well, I don't like blue, so they got this colorful quilt with some blue and blue borders, I was okay with that! machine pieced and machine quilted. I bought the jelly roll at Chester County Quilting in Phoenixville, PA.
Teresa, I think its beautiful. Is it a king size?
the quilt is really beautiful. is this made using layer cakes also?
The colors are great! Nice quilt
Teresa, your Jelly Roll quilt is gorgeous! Fantastic job!
Here is a picture of my first Jelly Roll quilt... I made the quilt through the Quilter's Club of America MQ #6: Bittersweet.
I used a Moda Jelly Roll from the Fat Quarter Shop for the quilt top design, and other fabric from my stash for the background, border and back of quilt. I just have to bind it and it will be complete!
hi girls. these were done with jelly rolls. i so love those jelly rolls. have several quilts planned using them.
Wow...gorgeous Carla! I too love jelly rolls! It makes quilts so fun to make!
Hi all, it's been a while. love the quilts. where did you get the patterns from.