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From RJ Designs by Roma Lambson Approximately 30in x 44in area rug made from one Jelly-Roll, forty-two 2-1/2 inch fabric strips, and 100 percent cotton batting. View supply list by viewing secondary image on this product. Move cursor over image to enlarge image. Watch our free Jelly Roll Rug video tutorial by clicking
From RJ Designs by Roma Lambson Roma designed this Jelly-Roll Rug Squared pattern as a simpler version of the original Jelly-Roll Rug pattern. Now, all skill levels may participate in the joy of Jelly-Roll Rug making! No stitching around tight curves, just sewing straight, "seams.:" Uses 1 Jelly Roll Approximately 30in x
The Kaleidoscope Block of the Month features Stonehenge Gradations by Northcott in the Kaleidoscope pattern designed by Stephanie Soebbing, the creator and owner of Quilt Addicts Anonymous. The color changes and 12 block designs make the pattern look difficult, but it can be accomplished by any quilter who can sew a half-square triangle. The
Let your spirit blossom This small book of love and encouragement combines uplifting artwork and verse from famed artist Laurel Burch. Each of the gorgeous, full-color images of one of Laurel's best-loved pieces is accompanied by a quote from the artist on hope, rejoicing, love, and following one's heart. Coming from
By Elizabeth Hartman Use precut 2-1/2” fabric strips and conventional patchwork piecing techniques to make these magical unicorn blocks for two quilt sizes and a floor pillow. Most of the project is sewn with simple straight and diagonal seams. The horn is made using a single template-cut piece that is sewn
What looks like 8-pointed stars floating in a black background are actually Hunter’s Star blocks made using the Rapid Fire Hunter’s Star - Petite Star tool. Each of the three projects use the same pieces, but their different arrangements give them distinct personalities. Rapid Fire Hunter's Star- Petite Star tool is
Use this Fabric Placement chart along with your Medallion Star Pattern to audition fabrics for your Medallion Star quilt top. Just download the PDF, print it out and place small bits of fabric over the numbers to decide how to best arrange your fabrics and preview the final look of
Quilt Addicts Anonymous original pattern by Stephanie Soebbing Medallion Star is a great way to show off all the fabrics in a line you love or as a way to use up some of your stash. The pattern is fast and easy to assemble, with the dramatic look coming from how
Quilt Addicts Anonymous original pattern by Stephanie Soebbing. Medallion Star is a great way to show off all the fabrics in a line you love or as a way to use up some of your stash. The pattern is fast and easy to assemble, with the dramatic look coming from how
By Carolyn Murfitt of Free Bird Quilting Designs Modern Mandala uses simple shapes to make a mandala that can be either simple or more complex depending on the fabric chosen. This quilt is a perfect use of your favorite fat quarters or scraps as the more varied the fabrics chosen the
In this Stashin' with Stephanie pattern, you will take a fat quarter bundle and turn it into a fabulous modernized version of the traditional Trip Around the World Quilt. To make the quilt you just strip piece your fabrics into a large tube and then cut them apart to create the
By Abbey Lane Quilts This pattern goes well with the Fab Five Ruler Size 65" X 75" Fabric requirements: 14 Dark Fat Quarters 7 Light Fat Quarters Black Fabric - 1/3 Yard Dark Fabric for Sashing -5/8 Yard Light Fabric for Sashing - 5/8 Yard Backing - 4 5/8 Yards Binding - 1/2 Yard
Palm House quilt was inspired by a traditional quilt block pattern but created on a larger scale for a dramatic design. It works well with patterned fabrics, but would also be beautiful in solid cottons. Designed by Heather Jones Finished size Large 72"x72" Small 36"x36"
Make a pineapple quilt the Studio 180 way! Instead of paper foundation that has loads of waste and requires tons of paper removal at the end of project consider using our process. With the Large Square Squared, you'll be constructing blocks using slightly oversized pieces and then trimming as you go.
Stephanie Soebbing of Quilt Addicts Anonymous just loves Quilt-As-You-Go Placemats. Each one turns out a little different, but they all are clearly part of one set showing off the fabrics from your favorite line. And the best part, because this is Quilt-As-You-Go, when you are done sewing, you are also done