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January 4, 2019
Roadblock Quilt from The Cutting Table Quilt Blog - A Blog for Quilters by Quilters

Roadblock Quilt

Traffic jams can be caused by construction, accidents, or even a herd of cattle. (Wait…does that only happen in Missouri?) But did you know a tractor-driving sheepdog once created a terrible gridlock? So did a runaway robot, a massive Santa balloon, and a 42,000 pound honey spill! I must say, I prefer a Roadblock made of fabric!

Roadblock Quilt

This week Jenny is whipping up a Roadblock quilt with strip sets and a handful of easy blocks. Click HERE to watch the tutorial!

Roadblock Quilt

Watch the Latest Tutorial from Missouri Star Quilt Co!

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December 30, 2018
FQS Rewind: The Top 10 YouTube Videos of 2018! from Fat Quarter Shop's Jolly Jabber

We’ve been counting down to the New Year on our Instagram and Facebook with the 2018 Fat Quarter Shop Rewind! This year’s rewind consisted of the top 10 YouTube videos of the year (check out the entire playlist here). If you are not subscribed to our YouTube channel yet, be sure to SUBSCRIBE so you can stay up to date with all things FQS. We even have channel membership where you can view exclusive content (outside of our regular content on our channel) and behind the scenes!

Here is the full list of all of our top videos ...

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November 15, 2018
Make This: Proof Positive Quilt Tutorial from The Cloth Parcel

It’s been far too long since we posted a quilt tutorial!  While this quilt is baby size, since we are gifting it to a friend with a sweet newborn, it is easy to expand in both directions for any size.  Another great feature of this quilt is that it uses 2.5″ strips, which are easy […]

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September 17, 2018
Aurora from Sew Preeti Quilts

Meet Aurora. She is my entry to this year's Bloggers Quilt Festival.

Aurora - Finished at 80" by 96"

The story of this quilt follows below.

We work in the same company but in two different offices. Her bridal shower was at 3:00 PM. 

I was busy trying to wrap up work for a meeting on Monday. I got there just after 5:00 PM.
The party was over and people had returned to their cubes.  Some had already left for the weekend. There was still some leftover cake in the office kitchen.
I congratulated the bride-to-be and gave ...

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In a Jelly Roll Jam from Gray Barn Designs

Cindy reporting in from Ohio!

Last week, Sandy said she was in a pickle.  This week, I am in a jam…that would be a jelly roll jam!

When Sandy was here in August, she left behind 4 jelly rolls (psssst, me thinks she “accidentally” forgot them!)  These Bali Pops from Hoffman Fabrics are very nice.  There is a wide selection of brights and darks with lots of texture.


The Sun Print fabrics by Alison Glass are pretty and cheerful.


I bought this Dot Crazy jelly roll from Weeks Ringle when Sandy and I were in Chicago for the 2018 ...

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September 14, 2018
Hearts at Home Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern from A Quilting Life

Hearts at Home Jelly Roll Quilt

Hello and happy almost the weekend!  This week has sure been a busy one, and I am definitely ready for a little slower pace! I’m happy to say that the Walkabout pattern orders have all been shipped.  And just as I got caught up with pattern shipping, my Clover Hollow fabric order arrived!  If you […]

The post Hearts at Home Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern appeared first on A Quilting Life.

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September 7, 2018
Star Patch Quilt from The Cutting Table Quilt Blog - A Blog for Quilters by Quilters

Star Patch Quilt

What makes a sunset so special? I mean, every single night – just like clockwork – that same ‘ole sun sinks below the same ‘ole horizon. So why do we write poems and sing love songs and treasure every last drop of fading sunlight? It’s all in the details!

Star Patch Quilt

From the shape of the clouds to the moisture in the air, tiny variations work together to create a show of color and light as magnificent as it is unique! Orange and purple streaks. Dramatic rays of gold. Moody silver and navy blue.  You just never know what Mother Nature has up ...

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August 24, 2018
Overnight Delivery Rail Fence Table Runner {Tutorial} from Little Bunny Quilts

I ended up with a little pile of extra jelly roll strips as well as a few half strips after making my latest quilt pattern for Moda Bake Shop, Jingle Bell Rock.

The leftovers were definitely enough for a small project so I kept all of my coordinating fabrics together after finishing that quilt. I don't always keep coordinating scraps together, but when it seems like there is enough fabric to make something like placemats, a mini quilt, or even a table runner, I usually tend to keep the fabric together until I decide what I want to do ...

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August 23, 2018
Jingle Bell Rock {New on Moda Bake Shop!} from Little Bunny Quilts

I'm excited to share my newest Moda Bake Shop pattern with you -- introducing Jingle Bell Rock!

I've sort of had bowtie blocks on the brain in the last year and I came up with the idea of a bowtie made of pieced nine-patches in the springtime. I found that designs with just my nine-patch bowtie blocks were a little busy and I decided to swap out half of the blocks for log cabins built around a four patch. Here's my original design:

This quilt was made with the Overnight Delivery line from Sweetwater. This is a quilt ...

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August 20, 2018
The Jelly Roll Rug from Want It, Need It, Quilt It!

Have you made a Jelly Roll Rug? Download @Romaquilts pattern from here and get a group of your sewing friends together and spend a fun filled day making this delightful rug. I have been wanting to make one for months and I seized the opportunity this weekend to gather up my True Blue Feedsacks by Linzee Kull...

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August 13, 2018
The One With (Surprising) Success from knot what it seams

It turned out awesome!

The pattern workLog cabined just like it did in my mind and the best thing of all? My math worked! Which if anyone remembers the hexagon quilt that was supposed to be a square quilt but I got my triangles wrong they would know that math isn’t really my strong suit.

Throw in the fact that I did all the figuring out in the space of a few minutes while at work, forgot to double check them when I got home and just started cutting things out? It’s nothing short of astounding!

Originally I ...

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August 7, 2018
Pressing Strip Sets Tips & More from A Quilting Life

Clover Hollow Jelly Roll Strips

Hello and happy Tuesday!  Today I have a fun “Tip Tuesday” post to share!  I’ll be discussing pressing strip sets tips for making sure your strips sets are even and straight after sewing.  I even have a short video clip to demonstrate the techniques I use.  Strip-set sewing can save a lot of time, especially when using pre-cut strips, but having the strips pressed correctly is extra important.  The things I’m sharing today are simple but useful methods to make sure your strip sets stay straight after pressing.

I love sewing with Jelly Rolls! (Although it’s often ...

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August 6, 2018
Echt geen weer voor.... from Quilts Van Kippetje en Meer een warme quilt door te gaan quilten.

Ook al wil ik het heel graag af hebben. 

 Het moet toch maar wachten tot het weer een beetje koeler is.
Ik krijg het al warm als ik naar de deken KIJK!

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July 20, 2018
wistful finish from Making A Lather

I was the workshop chairman for our guild for 3 years. It was a fun time, but, it meant that I started a new quilt every month. This was one of those quilts. It has been done for a long time, but, has been in the "to be quilted" pile. This was part of the jelly roll series I did.

 When a quilt sits in a pile for a time, it is almost like Christmas to see it again.

The pattern was called wistful by villa rosa designs and is a generous lap size.

I am linking to:

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July 17, 2018
Jungle Cruise {Blog Hop Preview} from Little Bunny Quilts

As you might have see on Instagram, I am working on my own version of our Summer Patio pattern using the Jungle Cruise line from Island Batik for our August blog hop! Check back on August 28th for my finish!

The Jungle Cruise line is shipping to stores soon, and I've had a lot of fun thus far working with this line. Summer Patio is a great beginner pattern and perfect for yardage or 2.5" strips.

The pile of fabric above became these strips:

...and the strips became these blocks:

Then came more cutting for the background and ...

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July 16, 2018
Hillside Video Tutorial – Uses 2 Jelly Rolls! from Quilt Addicts Anonymous

A couple of years ago I was invited to come interview Kaffe Fassett, Brandon Mably and Liza Lucy at the opening of Blanket Statements, an exhibition of Kaffe’s quilts that traveled the U.S. You can read all about it by clicking here.

I live in the Midwest, where traditional quilting reins supreme. Walked into the exhibit hall was a transformative experience. The walls filled with bright bold color, where neutrals were optional and when they were used, hot pink was a perfectly acceptable.

I felt like I had finally discovered fabrics that spoke to me and that I ...

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July 13, 2018
baby jax from Making A Lather

I have a finish- baby jax. I bought this as a kit. I really liked the floral and the colors of pink and gray. I quilted an allover butterfly with ash gray thread.

This opened the longarm for another quilt. I have a big pile that needs to be done. I have had this one ready for a couple of years. It is a postcard pattern using a jelly roll called wistful.

just getting started and adding the binding as I go.

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May 26, 2018
Bunny Hop Baby Quilt and Book Question Answered from Lovin' Life At The End Of The Dirt Road

*In my previous post, I had a question in a comment from an anonymous reader. I thought I'd answer her question here since I didn't have any contact information. She asked where I stored all of our books. Bookshelves. Many bookshelves. There is one in every room. Each bedroom (3) has one - plus a 5' x 6' bookshelf in the office. There are two in the living room and one in the hallway. Oh, and one

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April 26, 2018
Giant Jelly Roll Tote | Video Tutorial from The Shabby

This Giant Jelly Roll Tote might just be the best Summer bag we've ever made! It is, obviously, gigantic so it can carry everything you need. We all know that with the Summer season comes farmer's markets, picnics, beach days, and endless outings where the perfect tote can come in very, very handy! We have a full step-by-step tutorial for you to follow along with as well as some great notions that will make creating this bag a breeze!

Click HERE to get the free download which includes all of the fabric requirements and templates you'll need ...

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April 16, 2018
hippie baby from Making A Lather

I would like to share how I am moving along my quiltville mystery quilt challenge, But I'm not moving. I did finish a mystery quilt last week- Carolina Crossroads. But I have already shared that.

however, I can't find the next 2 mystery quilts on the project shelves. But, I did find an interesting project box, and while I am looking for double delight mystery quilt, I will quickly finish these projects in the box and empty it.  Squirrel....

 #1 Hippie Baby

I made a jelly roll quilt a few years ago and had 8 blocks leftover. I ...

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