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Project

Lon's Quilt

Project Description

What was your source for this quilting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Sparkling Gemstones Link to website or photo www.barnesandnoble.com/s/jelly-roll-quilts?keyword=jelly+roll+quilts&store=allproducts What are you most proud of? This quilt has hundreds of loop-de-loop circles sewn in the top stitches. I love how it turned out once I washed it to achieve the old-time quilt-y appearance. What advice would you give someone starting this project? I've now made two quilts using this pattern and it is so easy to sew. I think it is a perfect pattern for someone who is a beginning quilter. I chose the pattern because it is fast and easy to make up as a gift.

What you will need

  • A jelly roll
  • required yardage for borders and backing
  • batting.

Q&A with kellyedge

Ensing asked:
This Quilt caught my eye right away. Love the colors and the design. Great quilting! When I clicked on the Pattern Info it went to Barns & Noble. What is the name of the book? They listed quite a few.
kellyedge answered:
I'm sorry that the link doesn't work. The name of the pattern is "Sparkling Gemstones." The pattern can be found in the book titled: Jelly Roll Quilts, by Pam and Nicky Lintott. It is an F&W publication. Thank you for your kind comments. My brother loves this quilt and takes it to and from his mountain cabin so that he is never without his favorite napping companion.
gayla42 asked:
What jellyroll colors did you use in this quilt?
kellyedge answered:
I used Summer's End collection by Kansas Troubles for Moda. I think the collection was released in 2010. I purchased the jelly roll from fatquartershop.com