Jelly Roll Quilt - straight line quilting

Jelly Roll Quilt - straight line quilting

willow jellyroll\ | jelly roll which this pattern is designed for and added in a few ...

willow jellyroll\ | jelly roll which this pattern is designed for and added in a few ...

I had ‘snowing class’ last night and I’m so excited about the border to the courthouse steps quilt! It’s looking great already. I had a lot of strips cut that I didn’t…

I had ‘snowing class’ last night and I’m so excited about the border to the courthouse steps quilt! It’s looking great already. I had a lot of strips cut that I didn’t…

Here is a quick weekend quilt top you can make fast, easy, that looks like you spent weeks on. This would also make a great gift since it i...

Here is a quick weekend quilt top you can make fast, easy, that looks like you spent weeks on. This would also make a great gift since it i...

jelly roll quilt patterns | Christa’s Quilt Along Tutorials | Christa Quilts!

jelly roll quilt patterns | Christa’s Quilt Along Tutorials | Christa Quilts!

How to Make a Jelly Roll Quilt: 9 Jelly Roll Quilt Patterns | FaveQuilts.com

How to Make a Jelly Roll Quilt: 9 Jelly Roll Quilt Patterns | FaveQuilts.com

Easy Log Cabin Tutorial by quiltingstories.b...

Easy Log Cabin Tutorial by quiltingstories.b...

Bloquear-block

2-minute video tutorial: 3D hexagon quilt block

Bloquear-block

Looking for your next project? You're going to love Jelly Roll Railfence Quilt by designer SheilaChristensen.

Jelly Roll Railfence Quilt

Looking for your next project? You're going to love Jelly Roll Railfence Quilt by designer SheilaChristensen.

NARROW SASHING:  1. Quilt blocks = top + batting + backing, quilt all the way to edges.  2. Sashing: sew top & bottom strips to 1st block with SAME seam.  3. Join: sew bottom strip to next block, open blocks out and lay flat. Edges of blocks should meet.  4. Finish: slip-stitch top strip to 2nd block by hand.

NARROW SASHING: 1. Quilt blocks = top + batting + backing, quilt all the way to edges. 2. Sashing: sew top & bottom strips to 1st block with SAME seam. 3. Join: sew bottom strip to next block, open blocks out and lay flat. Edges of blocks should meet. 4. Finish: slip-stitch top strip to 2nd block by hand.

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