Wednesday, November 8, 2017

SCRAPPING IT!!! SMALL TWIST TO THE JELLY ROLL RACE QUILT.

In August (post is here) I ironed all of my Island Batik Scraps



That is when I got the idea to do a Jelly roll race quilt, you can see a demo here.

I had so many strips, some 2 1/2" and some bigger.  I just cut the bigger ones down.

Here is my jelly roll race quilt with a small twist.




65" x 76 1/2"

I had oodles of 2 1/2" squares and so I would randomly put them in.  I actually like it and wish I had added more.

I truly enjoyed quilting this quilt.  I loved seeing all of the Island Batik fabrics.  Three years worth of gorgeous fabrics.

12 comments:

QuiltShopGal said...

That is a super cheerful Jelly Roll Race quilt. #CreativeGoodness

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Pamela said...

This is awesome - such a happy looking quilt! I want to make one with my scraps now :)

Anonymous said...

Wow it's looks fantastic Barb,well done 💋

Mystica said...

I love to see what you turn out, with just imagination and lots of creativity. I havent quilted for simply years but love reading and looking at what truly beautiful stuff is turned out.

Gene Black said...

Adding the 2 1/2" squares really gives it a more interesting look.

Amy, a redeemed sheep said...

Looks really good! Great idea!

A Left-Handed Quilter said...

A small twist for a big impact - it looks great! - ;))

myzbarb said...

Chubby Checker ain't got nothing on you! lol

Sheila said...

Looks great , I like the addition of the smaller squares.

Karen L. Bates said...

I love how that turned out...very cool. It is a bit bittersweet seeing those batiks...I remember when... good memories.

Siouxzq64@gmail.com said...

Fabulous. Great way to use up scraps.

beaquilter said...

such a fun scrappy quilt!