Wednesday, March 10, 2010

JIFFY JELLY QUILT

From the Moda Cutting Table.

When they said Jiffy, they ment it. This is just one jelly roll...I think it would look awesome with just two colors.



You can slice, dice, mix, remix to your likeing and have it baking in no time.

Started this last night after I got home from Scouts, and spent about an hour on it this morning....and this is what came out of the oven.

You can get this pattern free with any purchase over at Inchworm Fabrics

Forgot to tell you...this was a Portobellow Market Jelly Roll, given to me by Jane over at Jane's Fabric and quilt....this was the first thing I ever won when I frist started blogging...and Jane was one of my first new found friends....go over and check out her store and blog.

24 comments:

  1. That is a very nice quilt.......and it is nice to have something that can be made using just ONE jelly rool!

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  2. Barb, I swear you never sleep or you sew in your sleep, it is beautiful. thank you for the shout out and I too am happy to call you friend!

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  3. Wow, looks like it would take a long time! The precuts are pretty great. What size is it?

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  4. Why, oh WHY, did I have to read this post??? Yet another quilt to do to add to the list!! I love this one - especially how quick it can be! This might be an idea for a kid's charity quilt - wouldn't it be fun with the Love U fabric??

    Thanks Barb for making my to do list longer :) LOL!
    Laurie

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  5. Nice way to use up a jelly roll! :0)

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  6. What a great idea. I have never used jelly rolls. I am intrigued.

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  7. What a fun pattern! I love Portabello line of fabric and have some set aside for a new quilt coming out soon....can hardly wait!

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  8. WOW Barb! Looks great and very quick......love it!!!

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  9. Very pretty!! I have been looking at a similar quilt with two squares in the middle, so you end up with a rectangle...intriguing.

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  10. I love when simple patterns turn into beautiful quilts. This quilt is a bit subdued for you isn't it? From here it looks like something to put on your bed that even Hubby wouldn't complain about sleeping under :)

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  11. I've made this quilt design before and love it. Quite fun. Works great with many types of fabric collections. Also a great quilt for charity quilts, beginner quilters, or those that need to make a quilt in a hurry. I love the fabrics you selected!

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  12. Beautiful! Can't wait to see it with the border! You have so much talent! :)

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  13. great quilt!
    I have made this quilt/similar! many times scrappy
    its a great way to use those left over squares and strips from other projects
    makes a great baby quilt with 30's or brights too!
    Kathie

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  14. Very cute. I have made these cobblestone blocks before in brights and it is just as cute. I have made a small project in just 2 colors and that is cute also.

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  15. resisting, resisting...I've got too much going on to take on another project..resisting...

    Cool quilt! Yea for you!!

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  16. Wow, you have done it again.....do you ever sleep? It is just wonderful, love the pattern and that is fast to do!@ Looks like something I will have to do later. I'll add it to my list of patterns I find here! :D

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  17. What a beautiful quilt and I love fun and fast patterns, my kinda thing!

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