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March 04, 2008


I have searched high and low in England to get one of these jelly rolls and just found one on the internet in USA. Seeing your amazing quilts makes paying so much for the shipping worth it ..... just hope I don't have to pay tax too.
They are really fantastic quilts!

I am in need of 2 yards of Ladybug Cheerios of the Celebrate Spring line by Sandy Gervais for Moda. Can you help me? Clareen Dunivin

RE: Your March 10th post. Your blanket stitch looks fantastic! What settings do you use on your Bernina? Nancy in WI

Gasping... I am so in love with your quilts!!! Bee-yo-tiful!!! xo-Mel

Thanks for stopping by my blog Jen! LOVE this quilt. Too cute for words! I wish I knew how you made so many of them so quickly. Takes me forever! Have a great week!

I've had people try to explain to me what a jelly roll is. I got that they were strips of fabric...but until I saw your picture of the 'rolled' strips, I didn't get the jelly roll name. I feel so much smarter now, LOL!

Oh yes, & I love, love, love, your new blog design!

Your the best! :)

Jen these quilts are just fabulous and how amazing are you to produce all of them - do you ever sleep?? Love the idea of using the die cuts to make applique pieces, I'm filing that in my muddled brain for future use :)

Love love the jelly roll. My Mom an avid quilter saw your blog and loved your quilts. She was stumped by the jelly roll ashe is off to buy some!

OOO! I haven't used jelly rolls yet! I love the leaves and the squares quilts particularly. Looking for some ideas for a somewhat non traditional baby quilt. may have to use one of these! thanks for sharing.

OOO! I haven't used jelly rolls yet! I love the leaves and the squares quilts particularly. Looking for some ideas for a somewhat non traditional baby quilt. may have to use one of these! thanks for sharing.

The last is my fav - but they are all gorgeous!

I love those jelly roll packs. I'm always picking them up at the quilt shop. I just might have to buy one now that I saw how far you made yours go. Three cute quilts!

I am drooling over your quilts. I don't quilt, so I don't know what's involved. It looks like a lot. I just love the mix of fabrics & colors.

Take care

You had some great uses for the jelly roll and charm squares! Bravo...3 quilts. Very impressive and efficient. But most of all lovely!

My goodness...these are beautiful!!!

They make me want to have another baby. ;)


Wow your quilts are wonderful...and I love that leaf quilt!!!

Great quilts there. And I loved that fabric too.

Good God...and I thought my Mom was the world's most prolific quilter! Each quilt is so pretty with such great colors. And your blanket stitch is perfect. I'm going to have to get a jelly roll for my Mom.

Very impressive. First of all the baby quilt is darling. I love the squares with the white. White is wonderful. But most of all I love the leaves!! And I love that they are all different colors. I am into leaves myself and so is my daughter Natalie. We are both making quilts with applique leaves right now. The machine blanket stitch looks perfect. Such good work Jen. Well done.

I am SO impressed! First, what a magnificent use of fabric---- wow! And on the cute scale they rock! Each one is cuter than the next!


Cute, cute and cute!

Boy you have been very busy! I love all of your creations! And that blanket stitch...fab!

Lovelovelove that fabric line! You did such a wonderful job stretching your jelly rolls and charm packs. Great idea about the die-cut machine. Can't wait to see more of your projects.

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