Hi, my name is Julie and I've always crafted as far back as I remember. My Nan and my Mum were always sewing and they patiently passed on their skills. I can remember sitting at home sewing doll's ...
Hi, my name is Julie and I've always crafted as far back as I remember. My Nan and my Mum were always sewing and they patiently passed on their skills. I can remember sitting at home sewing doll's clothes during the school hols at about the age of 7 or so. I loved making clothes for my children when they were young. I'm the person my family come to when they want a handmade gift for a new baby,a new home present for a friend or some clothing altered. I also make a lot of clothes for charities like Dress A Girl Around the World and I like book-binding - making journals. I always have a project of some kind on the go.
I love designing quilts for Jelly Rolls, and this one was especially fun to make.
The smaller sizes are very quick and easy to make. There are no seams to match up in the block construction, which is always nice!
They are simple blocks which when laid next to each other create a beautiful maze pattern.
The pattern gives instructions and fabric requirements for 6 sizes of quilt from Baby to King.
The Baby, Crib and Toddler/Lap sizes use one jelly roll, the Twin and Queen use 2 jelly rolls and the King size needs 3.
It is a 15 page PDF document with instructions for cutting, block construction, pressing, quilt layout, making the quilt sandwich, basting, quilting and binding.
There are plenty of stage by stage photos and layout diagrams.