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Scrap Jelly Roll quilt

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Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Eco-Friendly, Casual
Sandra in CA on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Cotton fabric strips 2 1/2" wide.

Sandra in CA on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? Helping others is so rewarding.

Sandra in CA on craftsy.com

What advice would you give someone starting this project? Don't have to worry about matching fabrics just sew, comes out so cute and easy.

Sandra in CA on craftsy.com

THIS IS SO COOL , AND WELL DONE FOR HELPING OTHERS, I TEND TO SELL WHAT I MAKE AT MY CHURCH AND THE MONEY FEEDS ORPHANS AND WIDOWS .

01/08/2012 Flag

hat is a great idea. I'm not into marketing although I may make one for a silent auction for the yearbook fundraiser at my son's school.

01/08/2012 Flag

hi, all im new here and wow you are some very clever people, ive seen one of these made, but it was made of selvage strips, very different thats for sure.

01/08/2012 Flag

I've seen bags made from the selvage strips, but not quilts. I cut off and save the selvages to use in my garden to tie up my tomato plants with (my mother taught me that trick).

01/08/2012 Flag

What is the whole size?

01/25/2012 Flag

It is about 52" X 62". This was a scrap one so not all of the strip were 42" long.

01/27/2012 Flag

I just tried this - how fun!

01/29/2012 Flag

I like the randomness of it. Will be doing one sometime this month with colors and fabrics that go together. This one was just random colorful fabrics.

01/29/2012 Flag

I can't find the green button for pattern am I not seeing things right.

06/02/2014 Flag

I did not put a pattern here. You can search on you tube and find lots of directions. It is called a Jelly Roll race, or 1600 quilt. It really is quite fun and easy to do. This is a scrap version of it, but you can use a commercial Jelly Roll that they sell in quilting and fabric store for a more cohesive look. Let me know if you have any more questions.

06/06/2014 Flag