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Another Jelly Roll Race Quilt Bordered!

I finally got the border on my second jelly roll race quilt. I don’t see myself doing a three tiered border for a very long time. Extremely time consuming to do and I probably could have just done a single border for this quilt and it’d have been fine.

Jelly Roll Race 1600 Quilt technique for those interested

Jelly Roll Race Quilt - Origins by Basic Grey for Moda

Jelly Roll Race Quilt - Origins by Basic Grey for ModaJelly Roll Race Quilt - Origins by Basic Grey for Moda

Jelly Roll Race Quilt - Origins by Basic Grey for Moda

And I got some better photos of the other jelly roll quilt that I finished putting the border on recently. This is going to a longarmer this week once I can get the back pieced. That’s my next priority and then I have to put a border on my moms jelly roll race quilt that’s made from Bali Pops.

"Unnamed" Quilt - Origins by Basic Grey fabric by Moda - Design by Kimberly Einmo

"Unnamed" Quilt - Origins by Basic Grey fabric by Moda - Design by Kimberly Einmo

"Unnamed" Quilt - Origins by Basic Grey fabric by Moda - Design by Kimberly Einmo

"Unnamed" Quilt - Origins by Basic Grey fabric by Moda - Design by Kimberly Einmo

It was raining (of course) so I had to photograph these in my dining room.

After these two quilts I think my saga with the Origins fabric line is over. Ready to move on to some other fabric. I’ll be using up the rest of my yardage to back both of these quilts so it’ll be gone!

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2 Comments

  1. Wonderful, Lovely, Well done! Love these quilts and the borders. The borders add more life to both quilts. Thank you for sharing.

    Have a super great sewing and stitching day!

  2. I’m seriously in love/obsession with the jelly roll race quilts lately. I know they’re so simple and easy (I’ve done it) but I love seeing how different they look when the values show up all over the quilt. I like your borders here, too. The star quilt is charming! I’m surprised that I like these colours, but I really do. Great work, Katie!

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