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Race to the Finish Jelly Roll Quilt

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The Race to the Finish Jelly Roll Quilt is one of the fastest quilt tops you can make. This jelly roll quilt pattern only takes about an hour to put together, and then you're free to doodle free-motion designs over the top to add some flair! You can make this super fast jelly roll quilt from a specific fabric collection, or, if you're feeling thrifty, use up old scraps and leftovers to create a gorgeous and green quilt. This tutorial is perfect for beginners just learning to quilt, or experts without a lot of time on their hands. Make a picnic blanket in preparation for spring or cuddle up under this blanket to withstand the winter. However it turns out, you won't regret this gorgeous design.

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Race to the Finish Jelly Roll Quilt
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Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: In an evening

Primary Technique: Pieced

Difficulty Level: Beginner

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Sorry! The link below doesn't work right. Here's the right one https//4.bp.blogspot.com/-1xWsA8XNZk/WGzJoDHs1aI/ == AAAAAAAABzA/gFqKKlBFENMR8wPn2T2buhElhz8v36KrgCEw/s == 1600/IMG1519.JPG

I started my "quilting craze" with this pattern and have made several of them for gifts. Here's the link of my latest one made in Hawaiian prints https//4.bp.blogspot.com/-1xWsA8XNZk/WGzJoDHs1aI/A == AAAAAAABzA/gFqKKlBFENMR8wPn2T2buhElhz8v36KrgCEw/s3 == 20/IMG1519.JPG (It's too hard to upload photos to this site.) I was working with scraps that I cut into 2.5" strips and I divided the total of each print into half when I made my longest strip and placed part of each print equidistant from the center. It looks kind of like this %%%%%%$$$$%%%%%% The end result is the quilt ended up being double wide strips of each print for the most part. Not what I anticipated, but beautiful end result (in my opinion). Lots of room to play with this pattern.

I LOVE THIS PATTERN!!!!

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