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Free Pattern Friday – Tube Quilting!

I love this pattern and have plans to do this with the Summer House jelly roll by Lily Ashbury. I think the resulting quilt is so striking and this is something a beginner could do since you are sewing strips together and cutting! If you get jelly rolls you don’t even have to cut the strips to use.

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  1. Wow! Love that company :) This looks like an awesome quilt and needs to go on my to do list. I want to make one for my mom in Florida with some batiks and this could be the perfect pattern. Thanks Katie! Have a great weekend and hugs to the Corgi's :)

  2. This is so cool!! I am going to pass this along to my quilting buddies.

  3. This looks like something I could actually do! =) I am excited to try it. I do want to ask you this though. I have a pretty basic inventory of sewing tools, but what do you suggest I make sure I have before I take on actual projects, such as this?

  4. @Saleah – Basic tools you would need is a good ruler (would likely need a 12.5" square for this one), a good sturdy rotary cutter (45MM at least, Fiskars makes a good one), good quality cotton thread (I like Gutterman Natural, you can get it at Joanne's cheaply), and a 1/4" sewing foot for your machine. It will make your life easier!

    Then purchase a few jelly rolls and sew away. So much fun!

  5. I love tube quilts, they look so beautiful and are so easy.

  6. I just love this method..I did purchase the wonder ruler; but it’s still good to have this way of making these. Now, just to apply all this “knowledge” into a working project..Thank you, I enjoy all these tutorials..

  7. how big do you square these up

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