Jelly Roll Jambalaya Quilts

Jelly Roll Jambalaya Quilts

by Jean Ann Wright
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Jelly Roll Jambalaya Quilts by Jean Ann Wright

Stitch along with author Jean Ann Wright as she creates easy, fun projects with jelly roll precuts. The book features 10 fully-illustrated, colorful quilts and projects. Bonus lessons for sewing diagonal seams, overlapping seams, speedy strip piecing, cutting hexagons and 60-degree triangles, and re-sizing the quilt are included.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781935726494
Publisher: Landauer
Publication date: 04/01/2014
Pages: 48
Sales rank: 743,562
Product dimensions: 8.25(w) x 11.00(h) x (d)

About the Author

Jean Ann Wright was editor of Quilt Magazine for 20 years. She is now a best-selling author and has designed several best-selling Creative Grids rulers. Her quilts have appeared in many magazines and she has been a featured guest on The Quilt Show.

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Jelly Roll Jambalaya Quilts 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
BarbaraLyn More than 1 year ago
Jean writes the Circle of Nine books and I love them. This book is no less exciting to read. It contains ten patterns all made from jelly rolls. Each pattern has a full page color photo and a paragraph about the quilt. The fabric requirements are set off in a colored, framed box. There aren’t a lot of written instructions and only a few graphics so read what there is very carefully and you will have the information you need on how to make the quilt. There are tips throughout the book also set in a framed and colored box. What the author calls La Petite Lesson is a full page on how to do a particular technique in several of the patterns. The colors are all bright and cheery but if you are an earth tone or sky person, you could just change up the color scheme and have it your own way. I’m thinking of using up the scraps I have saved and cut into 2.5” strips. Any of these ways will make you beautiful quilts.