This Lovely Quilt is Just One of Several Jelly Roll Patterns

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Fourteen Quilt Patterns That Inspire!

Every once in awhile we come across a book that is full of quilts that inspire us – and that make us want to head straight to the sewing room.

Moda All-Stars – On a Roll: 14 Quilts That Start with 2 1/2″ Strips by Lissa Alexander is such a book. There are several quilts in it that we love and want to make for ourselves.

Moda All-Stars - On a Roll: 14 Quilts That Start with 2 1/2" Strips

Patterns are included for 14 quilts designed by some of Moda’s most popular designers, including Lisa Bongean, Betsy Chutchian, Joanna Figueroa, Sandy Klop, and Anne Sutton.

All of them start with 2 1/2″ jelly roll strips, which reduce cutting and sewing time. Here’s a sampling of some of the patterns.

Moda All-Stars - On a Roll: 14 Quilts That Start with 2 1/2" Strips

Moda All-Stars - On a Roll: 14 Quilts That Start with 2 1/2" Strips

Moda All-Stars - On a Roll: 14 Quilts That Start with 2 1/2" Strips

Moda All-Stars - On a Roll: 14 Quilts That Start with 2 1/2" Strips

Moda All-Stars - On a Roll: 14 Quilts That Start with 2 1/2" Strips

Moda All-Stars - On a Roll: 14 Quilts That Start with 2 1/2" Strips

Whether you prefer simple and classic or fresh and contemporary, you’re sure to find one or more quilts in this book that you’ll want to make.

Click here to purchase Moda All-Stars – On a Roll: 14 Quilts That Start with 2 1/2″ Strips.

The book is currently on sale at Connecting Threads. Check the price here.

 

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