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Jelly Rolls!!!  We all love ‘em and just HAVE to have ‘em but what do you DO with ‘em, once you get home?!?!?


Well, here’s some Jelly Roll information gleaned from 1 of my magazines, that might get you inspired.


Modo coined the name “Jelly Roll”. Other companies now do them but have their own special name for them.


A Jelly Roll will typically have 2-3/4 yards of fabric.


A Jelly Roll, with additional fabric for background, can make a Lap Quilt.


The 1,600 Jelly Roll Quilt uses 40 strips, for a total of 1,600 inches long.


and the PDF pattern is here:



From Craftsy – 5 free Jelly Roll patterns:



FREE - From the Moda Bake Shop



Jelly Roll Jam FREE quilt pattern:



More Jelly Roll patterns:




And my favorite, a Fence Rail quilt, from Jo’s Country Junction:



And, that’s not listing all the possible 4 patch and 9 patch blocks you can make with Jelly Rolls!  J


Finally, here’s a Jelly Roll trivia question you can ask your quilting buddettes, at your next retreat - *hint, hint*…..  and amaze them with your “knowledge”….  J


Where would 88,000 packages of Jelly Rolls, all laid out from end to end, take you?

From Los Angeles to New York City!




Fabric Calculator:






Have any of you ventured into Craftsy, yet?


Here is what I believe to be “FREE” BOM with stars.  They call it their BOM for Summer 2015.






Jacob’s Ladder?  INCREDIBLY gorgeous!!!






Never. Ever. EVER….  Put a pin or needle in your teeth or lips or near your mouth!!!  


Read on….






Making cute headband(s)….  Easy, Smeasy – my kind of pattern!  J







Rosa and Gilbert




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