September 11, 2014

Jelly Roll Jam II Quilt...

Yesterday I chose the fabric I'll be using for our retreat group project.
All I had to do was go shopping in the studio! (I have a boat-load few jelly
rolls from which to choose.) I thought it might be fun to use this colorway
from Minick & Simpson's Midwinter Reds. It's a Moda fabric, of course.
If you're interested in seeing what the whole collection looks like (before I
make my Jelly Roll Jam II quilt, click this link to see every, luscious fabric!
I'm considering this polka dot fabric for the backing, but I won't make my
final decision until the quilt top is done. I may end up not using the tans at all.
The pattern (free from The Fat Quarter Shop - with a link below) only calls for
one jelly roll to create a 36 1/2" x 38 1/2" quilt. I'm planning to make a large 
one, using two jelly rolls. I'll see how many blocks I can make without the tans.
If you'd like to make your own Jelly Roll Jam II quilt, let me know. I think it
would be fun to share all the images in a future blog post. I'll make my quilt
top at the retreat, but if you want to make one, too, I'll set up a Flickr page. 
Click HERE to download your own (free) Jelly Roll Jam II Pattern.
I'm also embedding the Fat Quarter shop video tutorial for this quilt
into this post for you. Grab a cuppa and relax while you watch it!
Direct link:
Enjoy! More to come on this project after the retreat...

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Michele T said...

Sure wish I had a boat load of jelly rolls to make some of these quilts... lucky you!! I love your choice too!

Leeanne said...

Fun quilt, I enjoyed the video and shared on Facebook. Thank you.


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