Treat Your Inner Artist with This Stunning Quilt

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Play with Color, Texture and Value to Make Your Own Stunning Quilt!

Jelly roll strips in rich colors create a play of light across the front of this eye-catching quilt. Log Cabin style construction makes it a breeze to stitch together.

In fact, this quilt is so easy to construct that even beginning quilters will have it completed before they know it. Just be careful to not stretch the strips while stitching them together.

Big Block Jelly Logs Quilt

The pattern contains instructions for a second quilt in a Courthouse Steps style. It’s also a quick and easy project.

Big Block Jelly Logs Quilt

Select a roll of jelly roll strips or use up leftovers from your stash. Play with color and value to create your own striking version of either quilt.

Big Block Jelly Logs Quilt

Since you can have a top together in an afternoon you may want to make more than one. The finished quilts are perfect for displaying on a large wall or for use as throw quilts.

Subtly mottled fabrics add texture and richness. However, either quilt will be perfectly lovely in lighter small-scale prints. We can easily imagine them with a vintage vibe.

The pattern, from Hunter’s Design Studio, is for a 50” x 64” quilt.

Click here to purchase the “Big Block Jelly Logs” quilt pattern.




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