Woven Jelly Roll Scrap Quilt with Carolyn Forster
Classes with Carolyn Forster • Educational, G, 30-Apr-2021
Carolyn has several versions of this quilt to show you, each of them as lovely as the last. It is a great use of the jelly roll or indeed strips of scrap fabric. You could also increase the size of the strips to create a lovely quilt from just 4 blocks!
Even the background can be scrappy, as long as the fabrics have the same tonal value.
Carolyn uses the sewing machine in her demonstration. However, you could just as easily sew this block by hand, even with the partial seam technique.
There are workshop notes for paid subscribers.
If you have enjoyed the partial seam technique, but would like to see more, then here are some workshops that might be of interest:
Partial Seam Technique with Valerie Nesbitt;
Bright Hope Block with Valerie.
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