Monday, July 30, 2012

July NewFO


This is my Let Me See Your Jelly Roll Challenge quilt.  I used Bungle Jungle - very cute line and this was such a quick and easy quilt to put together.  Just took almost a week of flipping the pieces around on the floor until everyone was happy with the color and animal placement!


I tried to catch the quilting in this photo - just some wavy lines using a lime green thread - I like to quilt with color thread.

LIST

Oh, my - thought I had a slow month but once I went back thru my posts, yikes! 

All the feather tree blocks for the Think Christmas Blog Hop
X-mas Festive Mysery Quilt finished
started the Tetris Quilt Along
started the Christmas Village Quilt Along
Free Motion Quilting challenge done
Crafter's Campfire - Bandana Crafts
Bonnie Hunter's Shirttails - half the blocks done for quilt
Patriotic Doll Quilt for Monthly Group
Sliced Apples quilt finished
Bird House Block Tutorial
Convergence/Color Challenge piece
6 Doll quilts for Mrs. Claus charity
R/W/B blocks for July Blog Hop - Eagle Block tutorial
string blocks and leaf blocks
more postage stamp blocks
And the July Schnibble


Phew!!!!!!


Sewingly Yours
Sharon

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23 comments:

  1. Love the jelly roll quilt (fabric choice is perfect there)! I like that you use colored thread. I want to do more of that, but often shy away and use gray. I tell myself with Orca Bay that I will use purple thread. Here's hoping!

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  2. I like that jelly roll quilt a lot. It turned out wonderful.

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  3. Beautiful quilt and what a fun design! That is too funny Sharon that it took a week for everyone to agree on the color and animal placement! Thanks for sharing.
    Quilting at the River Linky Party Tuesday

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  4. Oooh! That jelly roll quilt is so happy! Great job!

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  5. Love how the jelly roll turned out! You are always busy busy!!!

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  6. You are amazing! You get so much done it makes me really feel like a slacker.
    The jelly roll quilt is lovely so bright and cheery.

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  7. What a great quilt! I reminds me of puzzle pieces!

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  8. As always I am out of breath just reading your list LOL!!! Love the sweet colors in your puzzle quilt and all the cute animals!

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  9. I love that jelly roll quilt! It is so fun!

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  10. Very cute and I like that wavy line quilting. I will try that soon! I start thinking I don't get much done and then I review my blog and remember, hey I was productive. Great job!!

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  11. Love your jelly roll quilt...it really does look like puzzle pieces. Great colors! And your Schnibbles is a stunner...yay for you for getting it done for the parade. Love it!

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  12. PHEW is right! I'm going to go take a nap now. August sewing doesn't look so good as July. Lots of other "life" happening this coming month. I'm still on the no Start-itus plan this month.

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  13. Love the jelly quilt design and bright colors.

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  14. Until now I have not been at all impressed with the jelly roll quilts out there. I Love your design,just might have to give it a whirl. Thanks for sharing :)

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  15. LOVE your quilt - what is the name of the pattern? Is there somewhere I can find it on the web or can you tell me how to do it. I would love to do one of these for my grandson.

    thanks!

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  16. Cute quilt. So colorful and fun. You say it is easy?? Hmmmm, looks like some complex piecing... but if you say so.

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  17. what a cool jelly roll design.

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  18. That jelly roll quilt is so bright and colorful. I think you used that fun fabric to a great advantage.

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  19. Wow! You had a productive month! I can from the parade to visit your Schnibble. It's a beauty! I haven't made that one yet, but after seeing yours it is definitely on my list!

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  20. OMG! Such a cute pattern - did you follow a specific pattern or just make it up as you went along? Either way, it's the perfect choice for that fabric! Thanks for linking up!!

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