Today’s new pattern is Cobblestone Courtyard.
It is made with exactly 1 jelly roll (40, 2-1/2″ strips) and
1/2 yard of binding fabric plus the backing & batting.
I’m always challenged to create ways to use those clever pre-cuts.
It is just so much fun!
You can of course cut your own 2-1/2″ strips,
but who doesn’t have one of those luscious jelly rolls sitting in their sewing room that was just too tempting to pass up?
The beauty of this quilt is
if you make it with that precious jelly roll, you’ll be able to display this quilt anywhere and be able to enjoy it forever!
Another fun tidbit about using a jelly roll is that most of the cutting is done for you.
You truly can make this quilt in 1 day including the hand work on the binding.
The jelly roll that I bought for this quilt is the new PB&J collection.
It’s not too bright and not too dark either.
Below is another version, with guess what fabrics???
It coordinated with my market booth.
You can purchase the pattern on my website.
I’m scheduled to teach this quilt in Denver on July 10, 2013
at the Rocky Mountain Sew Expo.
Think about those jelly rolls that you might have stacked up in your sewing room and come join the class.
My new book is next.
Until next time,
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I like the PB & j version!!