Friday, June 29, 2012

QJ - JRRQ #1


QUILT JOURNAL - 2012
JRRQ #1 - aka -
N’s BIG SISTER QUILT



Machine Pieced
Machine Quilted By Mgr
50” x 64”
Started – July 26, 2011
Top Completed – July 28, 2011
Back Completed - May 4, 2012
To Mgr for Quilting - May 12, 2012

Pattern – Jelly Roll Race Quilt

Quilt Pattern – Deb’s Feathers

Made for N -

Front -
Photo by Mgr - Used with permission -

Back -
Photo by Mgr - Used with permission -

Close-up of the quilting -

This was my first Jelly Roll Race Quilt -.

If you have never heard of a JELLY ROLL RACE QUILT - watch the video - it's terrific!!

Strips sewn end to end -
I like to join them with straight seams -
It’s just easier for me -

The story starts with Scrappy Saturday - 7/30/11 - here -

For the rest of the story -
Please type “Jelly Roll Race Quilt” -
In the Search Box -

I made three Jelly Roll Race Quilts -

For three little girls -

Three little sisters -

The first one - for the oldest sister -
Has a burgundy label -
And white/pink cupcakes on the back

The second one - for the second sister -
Has a gold label -
And yellow/blue cupcakes on the back

The third one - for the youngest sister -
Has a purple/violet label -
And green/coral cupcakes on the back

QJ - 2012



9 comments:

  1. These are super easy quilts and your's turned out so nice - love the fabric choices.

    Some very nice blogger sent me a few packs from Keepsake Quilting and I used one of those for a "JRRQ"... I cut my strips and used diagonal stitches - but I think the next one I do will be both straight and diagonal for a bit more 'interest' I wanted mine a bit wider so I added borders.... I'm hoping to get it quilted over the weekend and send to the victims of the fires in CO as per a post on Bonnie Hunter's blog....
    I need to get pictures on my blog >

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    1. Thanks, Katie! - I like how yours turned out, too! (And you're welcome for the Scrap Bags - ;)) JRRQ are SO fast and easy - I might take a break from the LHQSQ and make another one. Might even put a 4-patch or something at the end of some of the strips - see what happens - ;))

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  2. Those look like a lot of fun to make. And what a great way to crank out three quilts for three sisters.

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    1. They are SUPER EASY - a nice break from intricate piecing - ;))

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  3. I made one from scrappy strips, not a Jelly Roll with coordinated fabrics. I call mine "Hot Mess" because it is, in my eyes. I do better with some planning and order in my quilts and I know that but my little internet group was sewing for one of the gals birthdays. It is pinned and waiting to be quilted as the pro bono quilt I knew it would be all along. My pals say it doesn't look bad----but that could just be THEM. LOL

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    1. That's why Jelly Rolls are so fun - already coordinated - already cut - just SEW!! ;))

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  4. oh and good on your for making 3 of them for the three sisters---yours look so much better than mine and even has a fun back!

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    1. They're like potato chips - can't make just ONE - ;))

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