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Wednesday, September 22, 2021

My Little Jelly Roll Quilt.....

 Last Saturday was National Jelly Roll Day   and as I had a small Blue and White one in the cupboard thought I'd join in and make a small baby quilt. After sewing three strips together I cross cut them into 6 1/2" squares ... I tried several different lay outs and wasn't happy with any. As it was a beautiful sunny day I decided to go out on the ride on for a few hours and mow the block.....

After my walk on Monday I sewed the blocks together, quilted yesterday and today I attached the binding....

I am happy with this cute little boys quilt now...



Last week the bundle of "Garden Life" by Tilda arrived which I bought to make a table runner for a lady at Patch who will have a special 0 birthday soon.



After seeing a table runner  made by Anorina at Samelia's Mum blog using the Kawandi style I've wanted to try that Technic. Thought this nice soft fabric would be good to use..... Wonder how I'll go?????

Must away and bring in the washing,

Thinking of all in lock down, keep safe and well.

Hugs  Maria ❤

23 comments:

  1. sweet little boys quilt! I can't wait to see your Kawandi runner come together. A technique I have never tried

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  2. Pretty little quilt! Baby quilts are nice as they don't take too long to finish - if you have the inspiration.

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  3. Sometimes we just need to step away for a bit to rest our brains and when we get back we have a whole new perspective......the blue baby jelly roll quilt turned out beautifully! I think it's good to get out of our boxes sometime and try something new.....looking forward to seeing your Kawandi Project!

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  4. Sweet pretty baby quilt there--some baby will really enjoy all your labor and love that you stitched into it--
    and what a neat pile of Tilda fabrics--I will be waiting to see how you stitch those up--
    enjoy
    hugs,di

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  5. Such a sweet quilt for a baby. Looking forward to seeing that delicious pile of pretties sewn up.

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  6. Nice little baby quilt, well done! It's always nice to receive fabric in the mail.

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  7. Lovely baby quilt. Looking forward to seeing your Kawandi runner. Hugs, xx

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  8. love your jelly roll quilt, so pretty and soft.
    Tilda fabrics are so pretty, I've become quite a fan using it on two projects in the works.
    Lovely stash!

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  9. Such a sweet little quilt Maria. Enjoy those beautiful new Tilda fabrics x

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  10. That's a sweet little quilt! :0)

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  11. Sweet baby boy quilt Maria. Lovely Tilda fabrics beautiful colours,xx

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  12. Lovely blue quilt and nice new fabric.

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  13. That is such a lovely baby quilt, Maria. Looking forward to seeing the table runner. It will be lovely in those fabrics. xx

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  14. The baby quilt turned out really lovely..... good plan.... and gorgeous fabrics to play with.... I recognise the label.... you got them from a great place!
    Hugz

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  15. Good luck with the new technique...& the fabric bundle looks NiCe...xox

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  16. That’s such a sweet quilt. I have a couple of small jelly rolls and have been overthinking what pattern to use. Sometimes the simplest is the best. I look forward to seeing your Tilda project grow.

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  17. your baby quilt is so pretty. The blue and white make such a great color combination. I can’t wait to see your Kiwanis work. It is a new technique to me, but it looks very interesting.

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  18. Not sure what Kawandi is, I'll have to educate myself, but those fabrics sure look pretty.

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  19. Lovely little quilt from the Jelly roll - will be looking forward to your Kawandi runner.

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  20. Those blues are so soft and perfect for a baby.
    I've been following that Kawandi runner style and am very intrigued. I have made several small things using Kantha stitching but this is a little different. With those gorgeous Tilda fabrics, whatever you make will be beautiful. Happy Stitching!

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  21. THat bundle of fabric looks delish!! Good luck with your new technique.

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