Thursday, November 21, 2013

Welcome to the Blog Hop Party with Give-Aways!

Happy Thursday all!  Today is the first day of the Blog Hop Party with Give-Aways where Quilting Bloggers around the globe unite to give away fun quilting stuff.   A list of participants will be published at Quilting Gallery's site by Noon EST today so be sure to click here or on the Blog Hop Party image below to find other blogs with giveaways...
Blog Hop Party with Give-Aways

Many thanks to Quilting Gallery for hosting the party -- stop by and view her beautiful patterns here.

For those new to my blog be sure to check out my Family Tree Quilted Envelope Pillow tutorial by visiting the Moda Bake Shop Recipe here.
For the last week DH and I have been on a wonderful trip to Sunny San Diego!  Yesterday we visited two fantastic and unique quilt shops - "Our Country Loft" and "Rosie's Calico Cupboard".  If you've never been to them you should put them on your Must Visit list.  I'll share more in another post.  Many thanks to those that left comments for me about these shops -- definitely worth the trip.

The foliage and vegetation in San Diego are beautiful right now.

And although I've been very busy juggling work and tourist activities I did find some time to turn a few petals on Quilting the Garden.  
I'm using Aurifil Mako 50 Wt cotton color #2452 on the coneflower... Doesn't it match perfectly?
and we visited the Zoo.
To commemorate my San Diego trip and in the spirit of Quilting Galleries Blog Hop with GiveWays I have a brand new book to share with a domestic or international quilter.

I'm a big fan of a Jelly Rolls they are so easy to work with.

The "Jelly Roll Inspirations" book has 12 beautiful projects and step by step instructions for making them.   From strip piecing to mitered borders to binding with Jelly Rolls... this book has it all. 
To grab a chance at winning this book, leave a comment below and share what, if anything, you've made using a Jelly Roll.

Followers have an extra chance to win -- so be sure to follow and leave a comment that you've done so.

A winner will be chosen on November 26th.

Thanks for stopping by today and enjoy the Blog Hop Giveaway!

Karen

228 comments:

  1. would love a chance! I love those coneflowers that are appliqued - perfect!

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  2. Love those flowers! And would love to win that book!

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  3. I am a follower and enjoy doing so.

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  4. Your appliqué´flowers are beautiful. Your question has made me realize that I've NEVER used a Jelly Roll ... though I have cut my own strips for projects. I'd love to win the book–it might well inspire me to become a fan of those sweet rolls of fabric.

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  5. It is cold and rainy here today so your pic's of San Diego were a joy to look at.

    I love using precuts of all kinds.

    Thanks for a chance. And yes I am a follower.

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  6. How nice you are visiting my favorite city! Love your flowers, too. I'd love to win that book and I'd be doing the quilt on the cover as our guild has a challenge for February that is for a heart quilt. Thanks for the chance!

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  7. I would love that book- I have a few jelly rolls waiting for inspiration. I have made some table runners and baby quilt with a jelly roll.

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  8. I've never used a jelly roll so it would be a fantastic win

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  9. Oh, I've followed for a very long time. So much inspiration...thanks for that! Rosies is my favorite stop when I get to San Diego. What a fun shop. Congrats on being a Moda Bakeshop Chef. Your pillow is stunning!

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  10. I have never bought a jelly roll, but wish to someday. Until then, I cut my own strips. The book looks great. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  11. HAPPY TO FOLLOW>BLOG LOVIN' !

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  12. HELLO, I haven't used a jelly roll; would love to make a new quilt with them! Thanks for your Blog+Giveaway!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  13. Hi Karen,

    I'm so glad you got to The Country Loft and the zoo! Two of my favourite places to visit when I go to San Diego. I've just signed up to follow you and I'm going to add a link from my blog to yours shortly. Can't wait to see more pictures.

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  14. I actually have a jelly roll in my stash but haven't made anything with it yet.

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  15. Sadly the only thing I have made so far is a Jelly Roll Race quilt :)

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  16. I'm a follower. I have never bought or used a jelly roll. There is always a first time.

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  17. I have a pattern that. I designers to cover a sweet shirt with a jelly roll. Made quilts and bags as well. Thanks.

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  18. i've made a line art quilt top using a jelly roll so far.

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  19. I haven't actually made ANYTHING with precuts yet but I've seen so many fun jelly roll quilts. It is definitely on my to-do list!

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  20. I used a jelly rolly to make a great granny squares quilt. Such fun. Thanks for the giveaway chance.

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  21. I've never used a jelly roll before, but have admired many quilts/projects made with them!

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  22. I've never made anything with a jelly roll before, but I would love to try. Thanks.

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  23. Your applique flowers are fabulous. I've used a Jelly Roll to make a baby quilt though I cut my own strips for projects and there are great quilts made with it and are spectacular.

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  24. Thanks for the chance on this book :) I love your applique and everything you make is so beautiful!

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  25. I'm a loyal follower through bloglovin!

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  26. I just finished s jelly roll strip quilt for my niece's wedding. Slicker than slick. Thanks.

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  27. Would love a chance to win! My very first quilt project I made with a jelly roll. It was the royal squares pattern.

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  28. I am a follower from Bloglovin.

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  29. I've never used a Jelly Roll, but this book looks great. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  30. My favorite jelly roll project was Twist and Turn by Laundry Basket quilts. I love making those hexagon's quick like that. Your vacation looks delightful. I love that zoo! Your hand stitching is... well, amazing! I am drooling!

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  31. I've made a mystery quilt from a jelly roll and I use white jelly rolls for easy sashing :)

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  32. I used the jelly roll in quilt called the jellyroll race such fun it was

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  33. I've finished a lap quilt and started two more with jelly rolls. Then there are the five jelly rolls that I'm still deciding what to make with them.

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  34. Beautiful applique! I've never used a jelly roll, but the strip size is perfect for little hexagons, so I'd likely use those if I had a jelly roll :-)

    emily@thecaffeinatedquilter.com

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  35. I have about a dozen jelly rolls, but all I have made are cute stacks of them--they are too pretty to cut up!

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  36. I live in San Diego and I'm glad you had a chance to visit those great shops! I've made a few quilts with jelly rolls. It's so nice to use precuts!

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  37. I have made some table runners with Jelly rolls

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  38. I never know what to do with jelly rolls, so I'v only bought one.

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  39. I have had a jelly roll sitting on my shelf for a while as I am never quite sure what to use it for so I would love to win this book. Thanks for the chance ,I am a follower .

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  40. I've never used a jelly roll though I have bought one!!!

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  41. I made a wedge ruler topper with a jelly roll. So much easier than cutting strps

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  42. I follow you, and make totebags so far with jellyrolls. Thanks for all the inspiration you share.

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  43. I've never used jellyrolls but this is good stuff! thanks.

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  44. I have never used jelly rolls, but would love to give it a try! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  45. I am so happy to see your beautiful applique flowers, New follower. I am here for the party. New quilter from Oklahoma, USA. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  46. I have used jelly roll strips as borders for blocks.

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  47. I haven't yet used a jelly roll, but I have won two, so this book would be wonderful. Thanks :-)

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  48. Jelly rolls are fun if you don't want to worry about buying a bunch of fabrics. Everything is matched, easy peasy piecing. What is not to love?

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  49. I just finished a hobo bag using a Bali jelly roll. It was great to have the 2 1/2 inch strips cut and the colors were perfect! I am a new follower.

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  50. I have made several jelly roll quilts. One I really like is called Strip Stacks. Happy Thanksgiving.
    Jane

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  51. I love seeing what you applique. Inspires me! Although I have several jelly rolls the only thing I've made so far are a few totes. I'd like to make a scrappy trip around the world.

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  52. I actually have a jelly roll...waiting to be quilted. =) thank you.

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  53. Already following with bloglovin. Thanks!

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  54. Your appliqué is amazing.....would love to win this book. Thanks

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  55. One of my very first quilts I made using a jelly roll of Fresh Air by Chez Moi - Probably my "most favorite" fabric ever...
    Thanks for the giveaway

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  56. I've never made anything with a jelly roll, but this would give me a reason to!!

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  57. I have made a couple baby quilts from jelly rolls. They make a project so much quicker and easy I would love to win the book. Thank you..

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  58. I'm a newbie and have yet to make anything with a jelly roll. I just recently found out that they exist. :) powersjlc at gmail dot com. Thanks for the chance to win this book, it looks cool. I love that pillow. It is something I would love to make some day.

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  59. I have a valentines UFO that started its life as a jelly roll, maybe I'll finish it after Christmas.

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  60. I just made a baby quilt with a flannel jellyroll. Turned out very pretty. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  61. I'm a GFC follower. Thanks again.

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  62. I would try the lasagna pattern. dfnanney@gmail.com

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  63. That looks like a great book! I've never actually made anything with a jelly roll...maybe this would inspire me to start? Thanks for the chance to win.

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  64. I have made a couple of totes and a bed runner. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  65. I love working with jelly rolls! One of my favorite uses for them is to make bindings for my quilts. I also use them in quilts, mug rugs, crappy happy and as sashings for my quilts.

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  66. I like to use jelly rolls for table runners and scrappy borders.

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  67. SO far, I just have moved my jelly rolls around in my closet! Funny, I was just thinking about them today--thinking I might use some for donation quilts-it would be great to have a book of ideas! Thanks!

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  68. I did a jelly roll strip quilt with my daughter once! It was fun! Thank you for the fun giveaway!

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  69. I follow w/ GFC! thanks again!

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  70. I follow with Blogger.
    Thanks for the chance!

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  71. The very first machine quilt I made after handquilting years ago was a jelly roll race quilt.
    Thanks for the chance!

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  72. I made a jelly roll race quilt for our church quilt ministry. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  73. I really love your appliqued flowers. They are absolutely beautiful. No, I have never used a jelly roll. Thank you for the chance to win your great giveaway.

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  74. I just used a jelly roll at a quilt retreat last month to make trade winds. I still need to sew the blocks together, but it was a fun project to work on.

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  75. I am following you with feedly.

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  76. I have made little girl srtipey sundress using jelly rolls...they are perfect for the skirt portion...the bigger the girl, the more pieces you add!

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  77. Used a jelly roll to make a diamond rail fence quilt. It was fast, easy and fun.

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  78. I love those appliqued coneflowers! I recently made a large tote using 2.5" strips. It was from a book by Gudrun Erla of G.E. Designscalled Fast & Furious quilting as you go and the pattern is Strip to the Beach Bag. I would love to win the Jelly Roll Inspirations! I really like jelly rooks. You can have all the fabrics from a design and not have to buy a lot! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  79. I am a follower on Bloglovin'.

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  80. I have made all the blocks for a Granny Square quilt. Just need to add the sashing and put it together. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  81. I love jelly rolls! So far I have made one large quilt from a jelly roll and three (!!) small lap quilts from another roll! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

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  82. Your flowers are beautiful! I've made a couple baby quilts with jelly rolls, and am looking forward to doing something more ambitious. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  83. I am a GFC follower (new) and I have made quilts and table runners with jelly rolls.

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  84. I have never used a jelly roll before, but would like to.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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  85. I follow via email, thanks for the giveaway.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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  86. I love using jelly rolls to make purses and table runner. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  87. Ohhhhhhh Karen; you flowers look beautiful!! I have never used a jelly roll yet. I have them here; have to do that. thank you.

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  88. I have yet to make anything with a jelly roll. However, I do have one ready to be cut up for a quilt I will give to a niece for graduation this Spring. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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  89. Those coneflowers are beautiful. I have only used a jelly roll once and made one of those jelly roll race quilts.

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  90. I am a follower through google friends.

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  91. San Diego is gorgeous anytime of the year. Your applique is lovely too.

    I've used jelly rolls a lot in quilts, bags and other projects.

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  92. I made a purple stash quilt using 2 1/2 inch strips. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  93. I have never used a jelly roll yet! My 1st one I gave to a friend. I have 2 more now waiting their turn :)

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  94. I follow by e-mail and bloglovin. Ihave no jelly rolls yet because I'm new. I will no doubt try them out on a mini quilt. The book should help me decide. Thanks for your participation.

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  95. I have made several quilts with jelly rolls! Love your coneflowers, sister!

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  96. I'm your new follower via bloglovin!

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  97. Jelly rolls are great for baby quits- which I love to give as birth presents :) Thanks for this great giveaway!

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  98. Our patchwork group is going to have a jelly roll day in next year's program - so I need the book to get ready! Thanks for the draw.
    Sharon from Australia.

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  99. I have only ever made a jelly roll quilt top. Still a WIP

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  100. Good morning from South Carolina, USA. I am Tammy. Glad to find your blog. This is such a fun way to find new Bloggy friends by doing this hop. I have used jelly rolls to make table runners before and also to use to make twirl patchwork skirts for little girls. They are very versatile and lots of fun and a visual feast for the eyes to take in all that fabric goodness. What a fabulous book to win. Thank you for the chance to enter your giveaway.

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  101. I am a new follower of your blog via Bloglovin and GFC.

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  102. I've made part of a Jelly Roll Race... I say Part because once I was finished, I didn't care for the way it looked and cut it into squares so I could flip the lines around. It looked really cool but then I didn't get it all sewed together before a new deadline came around. I've seen some of the appliqued jelly roll race quilts and can't wait to try one of them. Happy Holiday craziness to you and yours :)

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  103. Thanks for a great giveaway. I use them for scrappy binding on quilts and sashing too, as I know they are cut perfectly and I loathe cutting!
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  104. I am a new quilter and would love to win. Thanks for the chance.

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  105. My husband and i ended up being so peaceful Jordan managed to complete his survey using the ideas he discovered using your blog. Its not at all simplistic to just always be offering concepts that many others may have been making money from. We really know weve got the writer to appreciate for this. The entire illustrations you made, the easy web site navigation, the relationships you aid to instill - its got most wonderful, and it is making our son and our family believe that that concept is brilliant, and thats pretty mandatory. Many thanks for the whole thing!

    Cccam Server

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  106. Hi and thank you for a lovely give away! I haven't tried jelly rolls and would love to! Sunny wishes from Greece!
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  107. I haven't made anything with a jelly roll, but I do have a couple that I am looking for inspiration for. :)

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  108. I just signed up for following you! I love Blog Hops because we learn new sites!
    midwayfarms@hughes.net

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  109. I have made baby quilts from Jelly rolls, and tumbler quilts among others. I love jelly rools! Quick, easy, diverse, and sooooo cute!!! midwayfarms@hughes.net

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  110. I've made a star quilt from a scrap bag which is very similar to a jelly roll. I sewed the strips together then cut out triangles.
    Barb@Witsend

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  111. I've never made anything using a jelly roll. I have one waiting in my stash cupboard for just the right project.

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  112. I never used a Jelly Roll. But mabe I should try...
    Thank you for the chance to win the book.

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  113. I love jelly rolls too! I made a scrap quilt out of a jelly roll. I cut the strips into 2 1/2" x 4 1/2", put all the cut pieces in a large basket, and just picked up any piece and sewed it to another. The quilt looks wonderful. Thanks so much for the giveaway - I'd love to win the book. Linda
    wlinda_ca@yahoo.com

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  114. Your Family Tree pillow is beautiful! I love applique! My next trip ti San Diego I will look up those shops. My son is in the USMC and I'm down that way st least once a month. Jelly rolls are great and having the cutting mostly done helps. Would love the book and to make some new patterns. I just happen to have a jelly roll waiting for the perfect pattern, hehe.

    Thank you for a super giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  115. I'm also a big fan of jelly rolls. So far, I've made three quilts using them, and I plan to make more in the future. I have the rolls--now I just need the inspiration. Thanks for the chance to win such a great giveaway.

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  116. Just bought a jelly roll and learning how to use them: will hope to produce something jolly and quick-ish for Christmas....!
    Would love to receive your giveaway bundle: especially the book....!
    Barbmo

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  117. I've only used a jelly roll once for a quilt I made my sister when she celebrated her 50th birthday!! It was great and really sped the process! Thanks for sharing in the hop!!

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  118. I haven't actually bought a jelly roll, but I do cut my own strips and trade with my mom. I've made the 1600 inch quilt and the Wave Goodbye tote
    http://weddingdressblue.wordpress.com/2012/07/25/tutorial-the-wave-goodbye-tote/

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  119. Love your flowers. I have never used a jelly roll, but it's on the list of things to do. Thank you! rosesabey@yahoo.com

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  120. I've made quilts with jelly rolls - 3 to be exact!

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  121. I have jelly rolls waiting for me to work with them and I had no clue what to do with them... this would be great

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  122. You know I'm a fan and follow ya on GFC and I have ya on my blogroll.

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  123. I made one of my very first quilt from a jelly roll! It was a Halloween quilt for my daughter! I made the top in one weekend!! Love that jelly rolls are fun and fast! Thanks for the chance to win the book...keeping my fingers crossed!

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  124. Wonderful applique cone flower! I've made 10 Jelly Roll Race quilts for charity last year and table runners and mug rugs! So handy to have.

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  125. I am a new quilter and have never used a jelly roll.
    dana.cargill@gmail.com

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  126. I follow you with e-mail.
    dana.cargill@gmail.com

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  127. I made a 1600 quilt.
    schroeppelr at yahoo dot com

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  128. I made a jelly roll chase quilt. Super fun. It is still getting quilted though.

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  129. Love you applique dflowers. That Jelly Roll book looks great as well. Last quilt I made with a Jelly roll was the "jelly roll race". Thanks for the chance.
    Cheers Gloria
    gc.gjwellington@hotmail.com

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  130. We lived in San Diego for the first four years of our marriage. My hubby was in the Navy. I love to use jelly rolls. The first quilt top I made was from a French General jelly roll. Your applique work is beautiful.

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  131. I've used the jelly roll to make two postage stamp quilts... it made for easy cutting.

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  132. You do lovely applique! Great give-away! I just borrowed this book from my guild library. Would LOVE to have my own copy! I plan on making the "Candy Heart". I sometimes you a jelly roll strip for my binding!

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  133. Thanks for the chance to win this book!
    I have made table runner from a Jelly Roll

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  134. I love jelly rolls. I have used one to make a skirt for my daughter and I have started a scrappy trip-along with another. I have also used another to create a mug-rug and tea wallet for a friend. I love jelly rolls and think they are really versatile.

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  135. Hello.....I am a new follower. Haven't made any projects using Jelly Rolls as yet, but I am just finishing up a "Summer Breeze" pattern using a Bali Pop.
    Thank you for the chance to win!

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  136. I've made a few quilts for the Moda Bake Shop using Jelly Rolls. Without a deadline, I find them too pretty to cut into. :-)

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  137. I have a couple of jelly rolls that are looking for a project. This would be perfect. Thank you for participating in the blog hop.

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  138. I have made a quilt and will be trying a tote real soon.

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  139. I am a new follower on bloglovin.

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  140. When my sister was going through chemo I made her a heart quilt using jelly roll strips. My first paper piecing was done with French General jelly roll.
    I subscribed to your site hoping to learn many things.

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  141. I never used jelly rolls before. Thanks for the chance to win

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  142. OH, your cone flower is gorgeous. Looks like you are having a fun trip.
    I have 4 jelly rolls all stacked looking pretty. I have yet to make something with jelly rolls. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  143. I am a new quilter and although I have a couple of jelly rolls I have yet to make something with one. I absolutely love your Family Tree pillow! Thank you for sharing! anglanouette at gmail dot com

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  144. I am a Bloglovin follower! anglanouette at gmail dot com

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  145. Lol I have purchased jelly rolls but have ended giving them up for giveaways! I have made quilts with 2 1/2 inch strips that the quilt guild had in a cuddle quilt kit made for charity! I have seen some beauties made from jelly rolls!

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  146. My favorite jelly roll pattern is Wallflower by Camille over at her site Thimbleblossoms. I've made 3 quilts using that pattern.

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  147. I haven't yet made a jelly roll quilt, but this book looks like a great place to start! Thanks

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  149. I have never used a jellyroll. Someday...

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  150. I haven't used a Jelly Roll yet, but I'd love to give it a try! Thanks for hosting! pbstrand@msn.com

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  151. I am a new follower by e-mail. Glad I found you! I love your applique flowers!

    wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  152. What a great giveaway! I have never used a jellyroll. It is on my list of "to do"
    things, The book looks awesome! Thanks for the chance to win!

    wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  153. I did make a quilt with a jelly roll- it was not designed for jelly rolls but it worked out great - I have another one of their books and do love their designs.
    Thanks for participating in the blog hop. I am a new follower by email.
    Regards from Alberta Canada,
    Anna

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  154. I have never sewn with a jelly roll but would love to start.

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  155. The only Jelly Roll I have used was to make the Jelly Roll Race quilt. What fun it was but I'd love to win your book to be able to make other projects. Thanks for the chance to win it.

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  156. I have just finished the last block for a Jelly Roll Quilt and I can hardly wait to get it layered and quilted. It is a surprise gift for my daughter, she has just moved and it will make an extra house warming gift for her.

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  157. I have honestly never used a jelly roll. I have to admit they haven't appealed to me as a whole because I tend to like a little more variety in my quilts in size and color than you can get from one jelly roll. However, I am completely fascinated by the concept of the jelly roll race quilt and would love to try that!

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  158. I've actually never used a jelly roll!! Love this book!

    tgallop@mts.net
    www.willcookforshoes.ca

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  159. Jelly roll to make the Scrappy Trip around the world of quilt.

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  160. I haven't used a jelly roll...yet

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  161. i follow gfc-karrie s ksmith8@emich.edu

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  162. I think I'd make more hexagons from the ends of the strips, then piece squares with the rest. Thanks so much for the chance to win the book to help with the decision.
    LeeAnna Paylor
    leeannaquilts@gmail.com
    lapaylor.blogspot.com

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  163. I made a pleated skirt for a friend - and I will never ever do that again ... but it turned out beautifully.

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  164. I'm a new Feedly follower and I love using jelly rolls. One of my WIPs is from one of Kim Bracket's books using Serenade. Thanks for a wonderful giveaway!

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  165. I have made log cabin quilts with jelly rolls - not much else . . .

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  166. Signed up to follow on bloglovin

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  167. I've made 2 quilts and several pillow covers using jelly rolls. Thank you for this great giveaway!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  168. I'm a new follower
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  169. I have made quilts and table runners with jelly rolls. Jackie

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  170. I have never made a jelly roll quilt but it would be fun to have some ideas. Thanks!

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  171. I would love to make a jelly roll quilt out of that book! Thanks.

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