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Jelly Roll Inspirations January 2014 Pictures & Projects! (Book 3)
Compiled By Liz Katsuro
Janice W’s awesome quilts!
This compilation of photos made with jelly rolls and strips was compiled by Liz Katsuro, JellyRollFabric.net, all rights reserved, copyright January 2014.
All photos were submitted by their owners with permission to be used for this purpose. The original artists retain and reserve all rights to their photos. Photos contained herein may not be used for any other purpose unless given express
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This compilation is intended to be free content to inspire jelly roll quilters and those just starting out using jelly rolls. It may NOT be sold for any purpose.
This e‐book was put together as a thank you to our many customers and friends who are on the emailing list for our store at http://jellyrollfabric.net. It is not
intended as an ad, and as such, you will not find advertising on every page! That being said, in cases where photos have used fabrics carried in our store, or at the time of this writing we carry something very similar, we will put a short link to that product, meant as a convenience to those who wish to create something
The third and final Jelly Roll Inspirations e‐book for January 2014 shall now commence without further ado! More of Janice W.’s creations:
Linda M’s awesome two‐toned Rail Fence (She used the “Double Zig Zag” pattern):
Double Zigzag is an awesome pattern to make if you see a 2‐fabric jelly roll in our clearance section that you love! Since we often get only partial fabric lines overstock, we match up a lot of two‐fabric sets. Linda’s quilt really demonstrates how lovely a quilt with just two fabrics can be!
More of Linda’s quilts:
I think this one is my favorite!
Eleanor L. sent in this awesome quilt! She writes “This quilt was a Planet Patchwork New Year's Day 2012 mystery quilt. I chose to use one of my Hoffman Bali Pops jelly roll that just spoke to me from a shelf in my sewing room. The white and purple fabrics were extra. My sewing group 'Loopy Hoopers' and one of my daughters could only say "It's beautiful!!" when they saw it. Someday I may even get the top quilted so I can really enjoy it.”
Liz G.’s son’s Christmas quilt (Quick Trip Pattern is similar):
Elizabeth W. made twin blue quilts:
Blue Blender rolls are here! (Fabrics used in the quilts)
Carol B.’s Christmas table runner:
Mixed Designer Christmas rolls are here!
Her collage “Beneath the Sea” block:
A shamrocky purse:
An awesome purse in blacks:
In reds & blacks (we’ve got lots of rolls in red/black/white!):
Her star wallhanging:
Purple/Green blenders are here!
Her summer porch quilt with no batting:
A gorgeous rail fence, made for her daughter’s birthday:
An awesome Chinese Coins quilt:
If you’re wondering what pattern she used for the purses (you’ve seen them in other Inspirations e‐books too), she tells me it’s a Bailey Island Hobo pattern reworked! (Looks like you can pick up this pattern on Amazon for under $10!) Carol B. wins the prize for most prolific jelly roll quilter – at least that I’ve seen! But apparently it runs in the family. Carol’s daughter Gina’s first ever quilt, which was free‐motion quilted. Lovely!
Veronica N’s stars baby quilt:
White Tone and Spectrum rolls would work well to copy Veronica’s colors – I see lots of fabrics from our jelly rolls in there!
Patty M’s lovely quilt using pink/brown/tan blenders and white tone:
Pink/brown/tan blenders are here!
White tone is here!
Roberta H. sent in 5 pictures, each prettier than the last!
Colorful bandana rolls are here!
Spectrum rolls are here!
Love this one (and miss those fabrics!)
Pink/grey/black blenders are here!
Janet E.’s quilt! (Lilac Maze pattern here, but I think I like her colors better!)
And her Patience Corners quilt (block tutorial here!):
Pastel Brights blender roll here!
Janice C. sent her quilt in with instructions, and you gotta love that! She writes “The pattern is 4 strips ending with a cream strip. Cut into squares then lay the squares horizontal and vertical in pairs stitch around the square and cut across the diagonals. Each block is sashed with cream and a corner stone on the right hand side. Then each row is sashed.”
Shirley P. from previous Inspirations “fame” sent in this lovely solid colored race made by one of her students. I may be losing my mind, I can’t remember if this made it into a previous e‐book, but I think we can all stand to see it once again if it did – cause it’s so pretty!
Randi B. send in her awesome project and gave us some instructions too! “Here's a fast, fun project using 11 strips from the spectrum jelly roll. The strips are perfect for cutting 5" lengths with 2 1/2" at the tops tapering down to 1" at the bottoms. [I used the Layer Cake Dresden Plate ruler from MissouriQuiltCo.com] The center circles are made from 5" charm packs and each completed "plate" is backed with red felt.”
I absolutely love this!! Spectrum jelly rolls are here!
Rose A. sent in her stunning cross‐stitched butterflies (she also used turquoise strips from an aqua/turquoise blender)
Dianne D. from South Africa sent in her first jelly roll quilt – I think it turned out pretty amazing!
Diagonals tutorial is here!
Such lovely little floral fabrics!
Kim M.’s “Chocolaqua” quilt!
I love these fabrics – it’s been a while since we’ve had them around, it’s a trip down memory lane! You could copy Kim’s colors with an Aqua/Black blender!
Sarah K.’s awesome flip quilt – another treat for me, as I see lots of fabrics we haven’t had in a long time from older Grab Bag jelly rolls! I adore this quilt!
And finally – Sallie W.’s rail fence. I love the colors and the order the strips were pieced together in the blocks! There are strips from a Pink Blender and a Burgundy/Tan blender in this one!
So gorgeous!! I love it.
Everyone has outdone themselves again with these photos, and I can’t believe how many are first‐timers! Jelly rolls do make it really easy to make an impressive quilt your first time out. As far as I know, I’m up to date on all the pictures sent it! If I’ve missed yours, it was a mistake and all you need to do is let me know and I’ll make sure it gets into the next e‐book that goes out! I had so much fun looking through all the awesome pictures and compiling the January e‐books – a nice way to pass the time while Illinois is imitating Antarctica! Better luck to me in February! Come visit our store – we have lots of jelly rolls for just about any project! http://jellyrollfabric.net Liz Katsuro, owner