Wednesday, 8 May 2013

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Jelly Roll

*** GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED ***

I have been having such an awesome time visiting all the blogs on the Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day (which is actually a week) that I have decided to host another giveaway on my blog. Good thing it's a whole week instead of just one day. I am loving all the bloggers so much that I want to give you fantastic people one of my prized Jelly Rolls. I bought this baby from the Fat Quarter Shop along with a fat quarter bundle and there is no way I am going to use it all up so I am offering you this gorgeous jelly roll of Fa la la la la by French General for Moda.
It is still in it's packaging and had not been opened. I love the Fat Quarter Shop. Maybe one day they will be a sponsor on my blog? ;)

So to win this jelly roll please leave a comment on this post telling me your favourite jelly roll pattern. For a second chance please follow my blog with Bloglovin, email or your favourite means and leave a second comment telling me you did and how you did it.

I will ship internationally. Anyone can enter (you do not have to be a blogger). Giveaway closes May 10 at 5:00 p.m. PST. Winner will be drawn May 11 out of a hat (or bowl) by my husband who is an upstanding Canadian soldier and the most honest man I have ever known. I will ship by May 15 (and it will probably will be right on May 15). Thank you for visiting my little blog. I will be writing a post soon about my latest adventures in jewellery making. Please make sure I have an email address for you in your entry if you are a no-reply blogger so I can reach you if you win.

Here is the rear view of the jelly roll. :)

243 comments:

  1. Yay! I love jelly rolls! I love the Pop N' Change one on mode bakeshop! I made it with the Aviary line!

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  2. I like making postage stamp quilts out of jelly rolls.

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  3. I would love to win this jelly roll.. Im sorry to say I do not have a fav ..:((( I never have bought one lol I buy most my fabrics in yardage.. My mother quilts and if I win I will give this to her!! thank you for TWO give aways!! I follow you on Feedly...

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  4. I really like just sewing the strips of a Jelly Roll together into a quilt! Thanks for the lovely giveaway:)

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  5. It's hard to say just how I like to use them but I can tell you I like those strips that are already cut! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  6. I'm following you on Bloglovin.

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  7. I am new to all this so I don't have a favorite yet!

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  8. I really need to pick up In from the cold by Kate Spain.

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  9. I'm following you on Bloglovin.

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  10. I just did the Bella Solids for a jellyroll quilt, it was fun and fast, Now I want the natural one, I just favorited it.

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  11. I've just started quilting, so don't have a favourite yet. I'd always wanted to quilt, but hadn't started, so when my local fabric store went out of business and had a 75% off everything sale, I took it as a sign. :) I imagine there's all kinds of things I can do with a jelly roll! :)

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  12. I like to make triangles out of them and then make them into large hexies I am not sure what that is called

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  13. I like Bonnie Hunter's free strip twist patter.

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  14. I love Jelly Rolls, but my 10 year old daughter is obsessed with them!! No, she doesn't actually sew with them - she collects them. Really. They have a special shelf in her room! Do you see a fabric hoarder in the future? :)
    I actually haven't used many jelly roll patterns, although I do have several books devoted to them! I am interested in reading what other people list!

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  15. I love the Picnic in the Park Quilt Pattern by Sweet Jane's Quilting and Design. Thanks for another giveaway! And I love FQS too!

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  16. I made my littlest a quilt of jelly rolls when she was small and I was fairly new to quilting. I can't say I am any expert (not enough to name a favorite pattern except patchwork) but the jelly roll made a nice easy introduction for me into quilting!
    cynsaw2(at)yahoo(dot)ca

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  17. There is a cluck cluck sew pattern I want to try. Thanks!

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  18. Well my favorite pattern so far is Atlantic Link by Pam and Nicky Lintott. I love their jelly roll patterns--and I want to do their lone star, too. I also love the Bali Star in Scrap Basket Sensations. Can you tell I love stars?!!!
    Thanks so much for a chance!

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  19. Ring Toss by Cluck Cluck Sew or Unwind by Jaybird Quilts are my two favorite jelly roll quilts.

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  20. Nice to meet you! I follow you on my blog feed.
    I'm the wife of a firefighter/Paramedic. I also have two kids and enjoy a lot of the same crafts you do!
    I hope you visit my little blog and we can be friends, too!
    Www.claddaghsquiltsandstars.blogspot.com

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  21. I've actually never used a jelly roll! But, I think it would be fun!

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  22. I really like a rail fence quilt. One of my favorites I made was using Rouenneries by French General.

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  23. I love the idea of using a jelly roll for a herringbone pattern quilt, thank you for this generous giveaway :-)

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  24. I made a jelly roll rail fence quilt with a Reunion jelly roll last year that turned out great, here it is: http://www.flickr.com/photos/1999mobile/8293976971/. I loooove French General and would very happy to win that one! Thanks for the generous giveaway!

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  25. I followed you on Bloglovin! Great to find your blog (and hi from another Albertan!)

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  26. noteworthy looks soooo delicious :)

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  27. Cool! I love jelly rolls and so far I've only used them within blocks and as sashing, but I've wanted to do a full strip quilt for a while. Plus, I have scraps from a French General charm pack I used in a big quilt. Thanks for the chance to win!
    adriprints(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  28. I have been wanting to do something strippy lately, in maybe a herringbone?, but have been to lazy to cut my own. Lol. This would be perfect!

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  29. I love jelly rolls, I used one for my scrappy trip around the world, another for my nieces quilt for her 16th birthday called Daisy Chain and I think that's my favourite so far... but I have two books called Two From One Jelly Roll that I intend to plough my way through.

    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  30. I'm now a follower on Blog Lovin and hope to catch up with you in the future.
    Thanks for the second chance to win.

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  31. So far I haven't used jelly roll, but it would be great to win just lovely fabrics.
    Thanks for the chance!

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  32. I am a new follower on Bloglovin.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  33. I don't have a favorite since I have never made anything like that with a jellyroll. The only thing I have made with one was a skirt. I would love to try something else.

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  34. I have just got a book on jelly roll quilts by Carolyn Foster and it has a lovey dresden quilt init called Flower Garden. Thank you for a sweet giveaway.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  35. I've never used a jelly roll, I love Serenade from Kate Spain.
    Thanks for the chance.

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  36. I've never used a jelly roll - as I have a gzillion scraps I try to use when I need small pieces of fabric. My friend, in all earnestness, calls them jolly rolls which I think is fitting!

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  37. I just joined your blog by Google Friend Connect

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  38. I know it's a shame but I never had a jelly roll in my hands.. so I don't know my favorite pattern yet. But I'd love to try :) Thanks for a chance to win it.

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  39. I love Sweet Jane's Picnic in the Park. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  40. I've never used a jelly roll before so if I won this it would be a first!

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  41. I once saw this simple and striking one where they just had pieced jelly pieces together to form stripes. Loved it!

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  42. My favorites right now are 30's reproduction. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  43. I haven't used one yet... But I *love* the Jelly Roll Race quilts.

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  44. I still love the original Bliss line by Moda. Thanks for the giveaway! racergirl1313 AT hotmail DOT com

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  45. I just used a jelly roll to make a irish chain quilt. It came out wonderful.

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  46. I have Kim Brackett's Scrap Basket books which have lots of great jelly roll quilt patterns. I have also made several jelly roll race quilts and they are lots of fun to do.

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  47. I have never used a jelly roll, but I would like to try (I think it is called) a rail fence quilt. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  48. I like most any jellyroll.I like to make strip skirts for my grand daughters!

    vhogsett@comcast.net

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  49. Trip Around the World I think it is called.

    syvisser@gmail(dot)com

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  50. Follower via Bloglovin.

    syvisser@gmail(dot)com

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  51. I love all of the patterns in the Scrap Basket Sensations book!

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  52. I have just made a Jelly Roll Race quilt and so enjoyed it but with yours I will make something else that I have not decided on yet!!! Thanks for a chance to win.

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  53. I don't have a fave jelly roll, as I've never used one. I've yet to make my first quilt, having only recently started sewing. They do look great to use for quilting though.

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  54. Beautiful!!!! There is a pattern called Index that I think is Jelly Roll friendly - it is on my To-Make list. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  55. I am now following via BlogLovin.

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  56. I love Honey Honey and would love a jelly roll. =) thank you.

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  57. Following now with bloglovin.

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  58. I am a newbie so I don't have a favorite.

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  59. I'm a bit ashamed to say that I've never used a jelly roll pattern. I do have Tea for Two by Blossom Heart Quilts and a jelly roll of Chicopee just waiting for me when I get time (hopefully in the next month or two).

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  60. I've never used a jelly roll, but I would go to Moda Bake Shop and look around, because I know they have some fabulous patterns available there! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  61. I love making granny square blocks with them. Thanks for the jelly roll offering it would be put to fabulous use should I win it!!! Thanks for the chance

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  62. Following you on bloglovin'

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  63. I like the patterns in the book Two from One Jelly Roll Quilts by Pam and Nicky Lintott - perfect for getting two baby quilts out of one jelly roll!

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  64. I don't have a favorite jelly roll pattern yet, but I do like the ones I've seen on moda bake shop

    detroitgirl77 AT gmail DOT com

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  65. I follow via bloglovin

    detroitgirl77 AT gmail DOT com

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  66. I just bought a jelly roll and don't yet have a favorite pattern, which is something I'm shopping around for. I'd love suggestions for anyone! =)

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  67. I do not have a fave.. I have never bought jelly rolls... just buy yards at a time normally

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  68. I am a quilting begginner, so for me a good pattern is a stripe quilt :) Thanks for the giveaway. Ana

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  69. I love jelly rolls! I like the granny squares pattern!

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  70. Since I have never used a jelly roll I don't have a favorite pattern but if I was lucky enough to win I am sure I can find just the right pattern , thanks for the chance .

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  71. Hexagons, checkerboard pattern, etc. I love jelly rolls!
    Thanks!

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  72. I would make a jelly roll race quilt from this jelly roll, or a Christmas themed trip around the world quilt.

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  73. My favorite jelly roll pattern... Woo. I can only think of one off the top of my head: Jelly roll race. I know there's another one or two that I've seen, but I'm new to quilting. :)

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  74. I'm a new follower! (bloglovin')

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  75. I really like coin quilts :)

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  76. And I'm a new follower through bloglovin!

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  77. I like the Boho Honeycomb pattern

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  78. I've never used a jelly role usually just buy yards. Would love to try, thanks for the chance:)

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  79. I've never used a jelly roll pattern but you've inspired me to go check them out :)

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  80. Anita what a generous give away. My local quilt store owner was making up a new pattern using a jelly roll and I am keen to learn how to do it.

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  81. I am following using the old GFC. You can find my give away at http://findingfifth.blogspot.com.au/2013/05/mama-said-give-away.html

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  82. I don't really use patterns. I design my own. Love this jelly roll, thanks for the giveaway.

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  83. I really like the Jelly Roll books by Kim Brackett. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  84. I have seen some gorgeous scrappy trip around the world quilts made with jelly rolls - so that is what I want to do!

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  85. I am a new follower of your blog with GFC!

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  86. I made a braid quilt out of jelly roll strips :)

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  87. I am still a newbie quilter so no favorites yet. I have seen cute tutorials for using jelly rolls with kids' clothes to alter them to something new, though. Thanks for hosting!

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  88. I really like happy go lucky.

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  89. I have never done a quilt out of a Jelly Roll.... Maybe this is my lucky comment and I will be able to try it out!

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  90. sewing them into a quilt top.
    :)
    thank you for the giveaway!

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  91. I haven't made it yet, but I saw this one last year and really loved it - I'd like to try it one day: http://englandstreet.blogspot.com/2012/08/salt-air-summer-in-park-quilt.html

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  92. I dont think I have a favorite line but I love bright colors for jelly rolls. They are so great for baby quilts!

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  93. Also I follow with bloglovin

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  94. I like Liquorice Bali Pop/Hoffman Fabrics and Caramel Bali Pop/Hoffman Fabrics.

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  95. I follow you via Google Friends Connect.

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  96. I'm using jelly rolls to make some of the quilts in the Dare to be Square book. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  97. I haven't quilt yet (so at the moment I don't have a favorite), but I like to try new things!

    tau(underscore)be(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  98. I really like the jelly roll race quilt, easy peasy!
    Terrific giveaway, thanks for the chance to win!

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  99. I want to try this pattern:

    http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/quilting/home-decor/jelly-roll-quilt-pattern---6-sizes-/19957?NAVIGATION_PAGE_CONTEXT_ATTR=PATTERN

    Thanks for the chance.

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  100. I would love to make this pattern: http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/quilting/other/sharp-chevrons-templates/48717
    Thanks for the chance!!

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  101. i'm doing a spiderweb with a jellyroll right now, love those precuts, do you wash yours before you use them? i did and it was alot of pressing and starching and then trimming to size again, sigh. lol

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  102. I do not really have a favourite pattern. Thanks for the giveaway!
    saruqa at gmail dot com

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  103. I love using jelly rolls with log cabin patterns. Once I get the doors on, I can just assembly line the blocks :)

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  104. I follow you through bloglovin'. Thank you for participating in the bloghop, and hopefully you've had some time to hop yourself.

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  105. The only pattern I've ever used for jelly rolls is the scrappy trip around the world. I sometimes wish they came 3" wide...

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  106. I love the Lawn Chair Quilt pattern on the Moda Bake Shop blog.

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  107. I haven't used a pattern for a jelly roll quilt yet but I am planning on making a granny square quilt soon. Hopefully it will turn out well!

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  108. Megahwati Haryanta9 May 2013 at 17:15

    Hi...
    I'm following you by email.
    I never had a jelly roll before, but I'd love to win one.
    I'm planning on making a cute sundress for my baby girl.
    Thank you :)
    ♡ kairinz@yahoo.com

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  109. The one you have is gorgeous! The one I really like is happy tones! Thank you!

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  110. I follow through bloglovin'

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  111. Oh my, great giveaway. thank you for the chance to win. I don't have any one pattern that is my favorite but I do like postage stamp quilts a lot.

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  112. Bake Sale! Such cute prints.

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  113. I love the rail fence pattern, I think that is what it is called.

    red_murray2@yahoo.com

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  114. I like strip quilts. Simple and fun!

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  115. I am not sure if I have a favorite pattern for jelly rolls. I am still looking for the perfect one.

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  116. I am following you via bloglovin

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  117. I don't have a single favorite pattern. A lot of times they end up in different projects.

    majorasue(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  118. I like chain of faith on moda bake shop.

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  119. I like just a jelly roll race type quilt. Thanks for chance to win.

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  120. my favourite would be the jelly roll race...it's fast and no waste!

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  121. I'm now following you on bloglovin'

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  122. Jelly rolls are fun to work with! I am currently making a quilt using a Vintage Modern jelly roll and the Cross Terrain pattern by Lee at Freshly Pieced.

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  123. I follow you on blog lovin and by email

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  124. I have been wanting to try jelly roll race pattern

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  125. HAPPY TO FOLLOW YOU>BLOG LOVIN'!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  126. HELLO! I'M A BEGINNER+I'VE NEVER USED A JELLY ROLL,BUT I'D LIKE TO! I SEE ON MODA BAKE SHOP THERE ARE SOME CUTE PATTERNS.
    THANKS FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  127. I don't really have a favorite. I make all sorts of quilts and projects with jellyrolls and mostly they are my own patterns I come up with.

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  128. I like log cabin blocks made from jelly rolls.

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  129. I don't use patterns for quilts, but I do love how well jelly rolls lend themselves to log cabin quilts. And strip quilts. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  130. I have never used one but I would love to do a log cabin quilt next.

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  131. I made a 1600 race quilt with a jelly roll and have a Kate Spain Jelly roll waiting for the perfect pattern.

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  132. I'm now a follower via Bloglovin thanks to finding you on this hop.

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  133. never worked with a jelly roll before it would be fun. Thanks!

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  134. I'm working on a sew mama sew layer cake quilt right now! Love this line!

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  135. I've never tried sewing using a jelly roll, but I'd love to try with this!

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  136. Missouri Star Quilt Company has a video for a Friendship Braid quilt that uses a jelly roll and a half hexie ruler that I would love to make. Thank you! anglanouette(at)gmail(dot)com

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  137. An old classic with a modern twist, my favorite strip quilts are from log cabin blocks :-)

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  138. I don't have one but will find one if I win. Thank you for doing a giveaway.

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  139. I am glad to have found your blog. What a generous giveaway. There are so many wonderful jelly roll patterns, I don't know which is my favorite. Maybe 'simply woven'? Thanks for a chance to win!

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  140. I'm new to jelly rolls, but would love to find a pattern to put those to good use :)

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  141. I can't pick just one pattern! I love lots and lots of them and wish I could afford to buy more.

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  142. I really like doing lone stars with jelly rolls.

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  143. I like Granny Squares quilt pattern.
    Thank you so much for the wonderful giveaway.

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  144. I am a follower via Bloglovin

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  145. I love the heart quilt pattern by Quilting In The Rain.
    Heather
    hbrooke_ski (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  146. I've only ever seen a jelly roll in pictures and was, actually, blissfully unaware of its existence up until quite recently....
    But they sure look cute and I've seen some amazing things being done with them.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  147. I really like the super fast jelly roll quilt pattern. although it is super easy to make, the effect is great! REd pepper quilts also did a great one with a kona cotton jelly roll which looks really great!

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  148. There's a block in the latest 100 Blocks Quiltmaker magazine that would work perfectly with jelly rolls, its on page 66.

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  149. I used a jelly roll to make a strip quilt for my daughter. It was my own design I had lots of fun putting it together.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  150. I don't have a favourite jelly roll pattern yet, as I've never had a jelly roll, but I'm eyeing Hexagon Garden on the Quilt Room website.

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  151. I like the Noteworthy pattern.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  152. I'm a new follower.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  153. I haven't tried one yet but I like the simple strip and flip I saw on you tube. Thanks for the generous giveaway.

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  154. I love buying plain white jelly rolls - perfect for squares in squares quilts! Jelly rolls are great for binding too!! Wonderful giveaway!

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  155. I love the postage stamp. thanks

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  156. I've been wanting to try a Jelly Roll Race quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  157. The only pattern I tried with Jelly Rolls was the Jelly Roll Race Quilt and it so fun I made two in a row! Thanks for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  158. I haven't used a jelly roll before. I would probably ust admire it for a while before using it. The jelly roll race quilts look like fun.

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  159. I've never used a jelly roll before but I wanna sew strips together and then cut into Dresden pieces and stuff!

    Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  160. I have just started purchasing jelly rolls but they are so pretty on my shelve that i havent opened or used them yet. I know i will as soon as I find just the right pattern to use them with

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  161. I follow by e-mail.
    hulseybg at gmail dot com

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  162. I use jelly rolls to make baby quilts. I really like to use charm packs with them. They work up so quick!
    hulseybg at gmail dot com

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  163. I usually buy yardage but I love jelly rolls, just don't buy too many. They are so pretty I have a hard time using them for just anything. I did make a braided Irish chain with a boy print Riley Blake. Thanks.

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  164. I haven't made a true jelly roll quilt before but my friend made on recently and I would copy that.

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  165. I've seen some cute ideas for decorating towels with Jelly Roll fabric, but this is on my radar: http://www.modabakeshop.com/2010/07/oopsie-octopus.html

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  166. So truth be told I've never OWNED a jelly roll before (! This could be big!) But I'd imagine I'd use it for something plaid-inspired ;)

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  167. I've never bought a jelly roll. This will be my first! I love dots and I wonder if they come in a jelly roll?

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  168. Well French General is my all time favorite fabric line, so it would also be my favorite jelly roll :-) Thanks for such a generous giveaway.

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  169. I like the Noteworthy Jelly Roll

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  170. I haven't used a jelly roll yet!

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  171. I haven't made it yet, but I like this pattern: http://www.modabakeshop.com/2012/10/simply-woven-quilt.html?m=1

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  172. I haven't used a jelly roll yet but would like to make a log cabin quilt someday. Love French General.

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  173. Love French General and would like to sew up a jelly roll quilt.

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  174. Am new follower on bloglovin.

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  175. I'm loving Spots by Amy Butler.

    likebumble(at)gmail(dot)com

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  176. Spots by Amy Butler. Or Boho by Urban Chiks. Too many to choose! :)

    hayatiggs at comcast dot net

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  177. I follow with GFC!

    hayatiggs at comcast dot net

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