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Cinched Jelly Roll Quilt

By: Hydeeann Ballantyne from hydeeannsews.blogspot.com
Cinched Jelly Roll Quilt
Cinched Jelly Roll Quilt
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This jelly roll quilt pattern is scrap-friendly and a brilliant way to combine simple quilting with quick block accents. Complete with panels to highlight your favorite block designs or fabrics, the Cinched Jelly Roll Quilt is quick and easy to assemble. This is a great beginner quilt with plenty of options for customization for the more advanced quilter. Grab your favorite jelly roll or strip scraps and just a bit of extra yardage to create a lovely throw quilt. This free quilting pattern looks stunning when created out of bright, bold, and floral fabrics.

Project Type: Make a Project

Quilt Size: 60 inches wide x 70 inches long

Time to complete: Weekend project

Primary Technique: Pieced

Difficulty Level: Easy

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I like the idea of taking long strips of fabric and creating a quilt, I have yet to make this type of pattern! This one is such a versatile pattern and a visually stunning quilt and the designer says it is EASY! That fact makes this quilt one that we must all put on our "to make" list. I think it is good to have a variety of easy to make patterns and more advanced ones as well. The easy ones can be made quickly, helping us to bust our scrap piles, giving us confidence and satisfaction that we have completed projects. The more difficult patterns can help us imagine what we CAN do when we set our minds to it and help us gain knowledge of new techniques, keep us from being bored and engaged in the creative process. All good goals, and all good things for our personal growth in our artistic endeavors!

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