Obi Jelli Quilt

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Obi Jelli Quilt Pattern

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Quilting: Obi Jelli Quilt
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Obi Jelli Quilt Obi Jelli quilt detail
Obi Jelli Quilt Obi Jelli Quilt, by Alethea Ballard
Obi Jelli Quilt Pretty sewing directions included!
Obi Jelli Quilt Obi Jelli quilt in progress

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Quilting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Blanket/Bedspread

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic Quiltmaking skills: Rotary cutting, sewing 1/4" seam, assembling blocks

Pattern Description:

Inspired by the belt used on a traditional Japanese Kimono, this elegant quilt is designed around using a beautiful pre-cut jelly roll.
The jelly rolls can give the quiltmaker such a great palette and a variety of fabrics. Use the pre-cut darks, lights, and contrast/accent fabrics in the center strips and use the mediums for the outer sides of each block. Include some 5" charm squares from the same fabric line and you have a great quilt!
But wait! Fabric lists for using pre-cuts OR fat quarters OR yardage are also included in the pattern, so you're not stuck to using a jelly roll to make this pretty quilt.
Make YOUR Obi Jelli quilt in any style, from timeless Asian fabrics to florals, from Batiks to frolicking juvenile prints!
Complete sewing directions as well as pretty-colored, hand-drawn graphics are included in the instructions.
Download and get started today!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 58 1/2" x 71 1/2"

Materials:

  • The pattern has supply lists for the quilt for using pre-cut fabrics, fat quarters, and yardage. See details on the pattern

About Designer

About Designer

AletheaBallard on craftsy.com
Maverick Quilts
by AletheaBallard
Walnut Creek, California
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Quilting begins and ends with "noun fabrics" with me! I especially love fabrics with people and everyday objects!
Creating quirky quilts using large-scale fabrics is my main creative work, and I can barely be patient enough to finish one project before I'm on to the next one (two or three!). My patterns are quick and simple, which reflects my impatience and enthusiasm!
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