Wednesday, 5 March 2008

Fun Mail

I have decided that I wanted to try using a jelly roll, I think this will be interesting as I normally don't even use fabric from the some line. I normally like that scrapper look, even on my planned quilts. I knew the pattern I wanted to try so I have order every thing I need. I think it may be a while before I work on this, as I seem to be on a small quilt kick at the moment.

At guild on Monday we started work on a charity quilt. I worked on a few blocks last night and thought I would share them with you. I was happy when DH saw it and like it as we are trying to make it masculine quilt. Such a simple block, I think I may need to add this to the growing list of quilts I'm planning on making.

9 comments:

Pam said...

Which Jelly roll did you buy? I have that Jelly roll pattern book, there are some cute patterns in there. Have fun with your jelly roll!!!

Karen Dianne Lee said...

This is lovely fabric you chose to go with your Jelly Roll. I hope you enjoy working with it. I enjoy mine.

The charity quilt is fantastic!

meggie said...

Your Jelly Roll looks intriguing.
I like the masculine idea too.

Nicole said...

Is the jelly roll Decadent Vicorian? I am guessing that from the extra fabric you bought. The On A Roll book you have is a great one for using jelly rolls. Which pattern are you choosing? Can't wait to see more!

Teresa said...

I like it too!

julieQ said...

Lovely fabric! I am a jelly roll addict! Now, If I could just MAKE something with them!

Helen in the UK said...

Masculine quilts are tricky aren't they?! I think this one hits the mark :)

Gypsy Quilter said...

Love your new colors! San

Pam said...

I just used a Decadent Victorian jelly roll and charms to make a table runner and mats for my livingroom tables. This is such a pretty line! The tablemats are done but I have a little bit of handwork left on the table runner.

Can't wait to see how you use your Decadent Victorian jelly roll.

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