Friday, August 17, 2012

A Fabric GIVEAWAY : :

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It's Fabric Giveaway Friday!

 Friday's Fabric Giveaway -- Quilt Blocks by Ellen Luckett Baker -- courtesy the Fat Quarter Shop!!

FatQuarterShop-275(1)My sponsor the Fat Quarter Shop was founded in 2003 by Kimberly Jolly. An avid quilter, Kimberly began her shop as a side business while still working a corporate position, cutting, packing and shipping right out of her house during evenings and weekends. From the very beginning, she was committed to delivering top-notch service for every single order and customer. As the Fat Quarter Shop's reputation grew, Kimberly decided to make it a full-time operation. Her husband Kevin joined her not long after, and with his help, lots of hard work, and a tireless commitment, the store began to grow. Over the past few years a few more people have joined the staff!


As a team, they continue to branch out with the best fabrics, exclusive kits, quilt clubs, BOMs, and more. And they will always be driven by the passion that Kimberly founded the store upon, 

which is always giving you the best products and service! 
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We hope you enjoy visiting the Fat Quarter Shop's sites!!  

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For this weekend's giveaway the Fat Quarter Shop is offering a Jelly Roll of 
Ellen Luckett Baker's Quilt Blocks Collection for Moda Fabrics! This Quilt Blocks Jelly Roll 
includes 40 - 2 1/2" strips of fabric rolled up and tied in a super cute ribbon!!

Friday's Fabric Giveaway -- Quilt Blocks by Ellen Luckett Baker -- courtesy the Fat Quarter Shop!!

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Enter to Win!

Here's how,
 
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Simply leave a comment here in this post. I'd love to know if you've ever used a Jelly Roll before in your sewing and for what project?  (one entry)
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Follow the Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook or Twitter! Just let me know that you do by making a separate comment here to record that entry.
(optional extra entry)
3. My followers get a third entry! Whether you follow me here, in your reader, or on Facebook. Just let me know that you do by making a separate comment here to record that entry. (optional extra entry)
4. Help spread the word!! I know that many of you already do, so I thought it would be nice to add that as another way to enter! Whether by tweet, facebook, pin, blog, etc... (one optional entry)

That’s 4 possible entries! Enter now through Monday morning, August 20th. Mr. Random will pick the winner and I will announce their name at the bottom of this post, here on the blog, I always try to have that up by 9 am EST!
 
* Note * This giveaway is open to EVERYONE! If you're a "no reply" or anonymous commenter, please remember to include your email address in your comment so that I can contact you should you win!


Good luck everyone!!! Have a great weekend! 

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Thank you to all who entered this past weekend's Giveaway!! 

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  From 1,220 entries, Mr. Random says the lucky winner is...

Comment #647 -- JustPam, who said...
I am one of you followers too. 

Congratulations!!! I will be in touch shortly!

1,234 comments:

  1. My first jelly roll was to make a quilt for my sister's 50th birthday!!

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  2. I bought a jelly roll once to make log cabin blocks with and never finished... oops! You've reminded me that I should probably do that. I'd also love a chance to redeem myself with this pretty new roll! ;)

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  3. I follow your blog via Google Reader!

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  4. I have never used one, but have been thinking it would be a fun challenge in the near future.

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  5. I tweeted your giveaway: https://twitter.com/mimistarquilter/status/236449317135724544

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  6. I have never used a jelly roll for a quilt. Great giveaway. Thanks.

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  7. I've used 2 jelly rolls on 1 quilt and can't imagine having to cut all the strips myself

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  8. I have brought 2 jelly rolls and I need more. They come in so handy, it is getting more difficult for me to cut fabric so the jelly roll comes in handy.

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  9. Hi! I've made several projects from jelly rolls: placemats, bags and a mini quilt.

    grace

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  10. I just received the book Jelly Roll Dreams, so I am ready to make my first project with a jelly roll. I HATE cutting strips, so jelly rolls are right up my alley!

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  11. I follow the FQS on Facebook and Twitter.

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  12. I am a happy follower of your blog :-)

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  13. Tweeted the giveaway, too.
    https://twitter.com/AlphaBecky/status/236450770789216256

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  14. I've never used a jelly roll, but have been thinking of using one to make some strip-work patchwork pillow covers for my living room. I follow your blog on Google and FQS on Twitter. Thanks!

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  15. My first jelly roll was bought at Walmart. I used it in a quilt along and gave it to my sister.

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  16. I used a jelly roll to make a log cabin baby quilt. It was super easy and cute.

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  17. Actually I never used a jelly roll! Would love to and will do in the near future!

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  18. ...and I follow them on Twitter! Great deals!

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  19. I used one to make a table runner and a dress for my girl!

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  20. I use jelly rolls all the time- I made a log cabin quilt out of Summer House and I've made a sampler quilt too. I'm currently using one to make Great Granny blocks.

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  21. I used a jelly roll on my very first quilt, a gift for my brother for his highschool graduation :) This line is great, thanks for the chance to win!

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  22. I've used a jelly roll to make a cute floor mat.

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  23. I have never used a jelly roll before, but have been wanting to try! I have even collected several patterns that are jelly roll friendly.

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  24. I follow you through my Google reader. :-)

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  25. Good Morning, Maureen. I have never used a jelly roll. Hopefully, it will be something to try in my near future!

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  26. I`ve used a jelly roll to make a beautiful baby quilt.

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  27. I follow FQS on twitter (and they follow me back)

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  28. Love you blog so of course I am a follower!!! :)

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  29. And I follow your blog on Google Reader

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  30. I am already a fan of the Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  31. I haven't used a jelly roll so far.

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  32. I follow the Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook.

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  33. I already follow you on your blog and on Facebook.

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  34. Of course a happy follower of your blog and FQS.Thanks for the giveaway and have a fun weekend!!

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  35. I've never used a jelly roll, but I'd love to come up with some projects for it!
    lguilboATgmailDOTcom

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  36. I follow the Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook.

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  37. I like fat quarter shop on fb
    lguilboATgmailDOTcom

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  38. I like you on fb too!
    lguilboATgmailDOTcom

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  39. I haven{t really used a jelly roll for a project, but have made a log cabin based baby quilt that used stripes of fabric as the start material.

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  40. Tweeted https://twitter.com/lguilbo/status/236455920392077312
    lguilboATgmailDOTcom

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  41. I follow the fat quarter shop on twitter ¨at¨celiamalia

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  42. Oh, I love this one!

    I own a couple of jelly rolls, does that count? ;) They're on the to-do list.

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  43. I have used a Jelly Roll once; to make a wall hanging; fun and easy to use!

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  44. Hi. I have used jelly rolls in several quilts. In two log cabin quilts, a baby quilt or two, and often use them as binding on other quilts.

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  45. I don't even know how many jelly rolls I've used in quilts, but I sure love them!

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  46. I followed the Fat Quarter Shop on FB.

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  47. I am a follower of the Fat Quarter shop on Facebook and Twitter.

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  48. And I already follow you on FB. :)

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  49. I am a follower of yours on Facebook.

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  50. I have been following The Fat Quarter Shop on facebook!

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  51. I am going to share this on Facebook. Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

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  52. I follow your blog. I have never used a 'jelly roll' but it looks to me like a lot of the 'work' is already done. This would be wonderful to make 'strip' blocks to join in a really colorful quilt/throw.

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  53. I follow you on facebook too!

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  54. Used my first jelly roll for my very own pink lap quilt. They are great to work with!
    Annelin
    annelinaas@gmail.com

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  55. Yes, I made a baby quilt from a Sherbet Pips jelly roll; the quilt was for a baby girl who also had a twin sister. I made the twin a quilt from A Walk in the Woods charm packs. The two quilts complemented each other very well without being identical. Thanks for chance to win! (EMAIL: marshudson at comcast dot net)

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  56. I have done several jelly roll quilts. I love them. The hoarder in me loves having a piece of each print in a line.

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  57. I'm your follower via GFC; thanks (EMAIL: marshudson at comcast dot net)

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  58. I follow your blog, too. Love it!

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  59. I'm about to begin a block exchange of gray tonals and this jelly roll would be a great sashing for this quilt! katfey@att.net

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  60. i honestly have never used a jelly roll but i have helped my daughter learn to quilt using jelly rolls.

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  61. I already follow Fat Quarter Shop on both fb and twitter, since it's my favorite fabric shop on line.

    annelinaas@gmail.com

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  62. I'm making a tote with jelly roll strips. Love Moda fabrics.

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  63. I follow you!

    annelinaas@gmail.com

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  64. I have 6 jelly rolls in various lines in my sewing room and I have not used them yet, they're so pretty and I want to make sure I use them for the perfect project!
    Thank you for the giveaway :)

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  65. I've not used a Jelly Roll before but would love to try to make a quilted bag or wallet if I won :)

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  66. I have made a large scrap quilt using several jelly rolls - they make the cutting much easier.

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  67. I follow the Fat Quarter shop on Facebook :)

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  68. I "shared" on fb...

    annelinaas@gmail.com

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  69. I follow your blog on facebook

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  70. I follow Maureen Cracknell on Facebook and your blog :)

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  71. I follow the Fat Quarter Shop on FB. Love it!

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  72. I follow the fat quarter shop on facebook

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  73. I follow you on Facebook, too.

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  74. i follow u in FB!
    reginadeicarlini@live.it

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  75. I will share this on Facebook :)

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  76. I also follow you on your blog.

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  77. I've never used a jelly roll, but would love to try one!

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  78. I've never used a jelly roll before, but I would LOVE to give it a try. It looks so easy, and takes out my least favorite step in quilting... CUTTING!

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  79. I've never used a jelly roll before, but I saw an adorable woven floor mat made of jelly roll strips that I'd LOVE to make, and this collection would be so cute for it!

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  80. I'm a HUGE fan of Fat Quarter Shops fabrics, and I am a follower!

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  81. I'm following the Fat Quarter Shop on facebook!

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  82. I have a jelly roll in my stash, but I'm a jelly roll virgin still. :)

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  83. I follow your blog in my blogger reader list!

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  84. I follow your blog on my Google Reader!

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  85. I have had three jelly rolls to my name.
    One, a solid white, I used as sashing/border on a quilt. The others have both been used in the main quilt block designs.

    I am desperate to win one, as I really want to make a jelly roll tote.

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  86. I just shared your blog on Facebook!

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  87. I have mad 2 jelly roll quilts! The people that received them absoultely love them and they came out so pretty!

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  88. I am a follower of yours on FB (bobbi doll dougherty)

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  89. I have made a quilt using a jelly roll. It surely saves time cutting.

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  90. I have never bought a jelly roll, have seen them and didnt know they were called that. :)

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  91. I get the FQ newsletter (bobster126@tampabay.rr.com)
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  92. I've never used a jelly roll but would love to make something with one. I'm thinking a strip quilt or a log cabin quilt?

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  93. Not yet, but I have seen some great quilts via jelly rolls at the Guild meetings.

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  94. my first jelly roll was to make the picnic quilt by kim brackett

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  95. I've never used a jelly roll before but I would love to make a stacked coin quilt with one!

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  96. I have never used a jelly roll before, but I want to!

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  97. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on FB and Twitter.

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  98. I have never used a jelly roll. I would love to win one to give it a try!

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  99. I follow you on FB & your blog, Maureen!

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  100. I follow you via Google Reader.

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  101. I used a jelly roll to make table runners :) On the to do list is to make a quilt using jelly rolls.

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  102. I've made a jelly roll pattern. Just not with a jelly roll.... But I'd love to use one!! Less chopping for me :)

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  103. I like Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook.

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  104. I've never used a jelly roll before!

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  105. I follow the Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook. Thanks!

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  106. I'm now following Fat Quarter Shop on Twitter too!

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  107. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook:)

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  108. I follow Fat Quarter Shop in facebook.

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  109. Pinned this! http://pinterest.com/pin/166844361166134460/

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  110. I always follow you on Facebook!

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  111. I've never used a jelly roll! It's crazy! I just realized this the other day. In fact I just got my *first* one because I hadn't even owned one before this week.

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  112. I followed Fat Quarter shop on Facebook :)

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  113. Susan Peck KnuevenAugust 17, 2012 at 10:07 AM

    Love the "jelly rolls" and making Project Linus quilts with them. They are so versatile and one can do so many different quilt patterns using them!

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  114. I just bought my first jelly roll of fabric, Blitzen by Basic Grey for Moda. I am using it along with Pat Bravo's free pattern Rhomburie to make a Christmas bed runner for our bed. I would love to win this jelly roll, I would make one of those speedy quilt tops where the strips are all sewn together in one long strip.....and maybe throw in a few solids to make it interesting. Thanks for the give away!

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  115. I have used a jelly roll to make a quilt and I really enjoyed it. I actually prefer to use jelly rolls for my quilts.

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  116. I've never ever used a Jelly roll before....I'm old school and cut all my stuff out....or I suppose just to dumb to try it the easier way! I follow you on Facebook!

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  117. For one of my first quilts, I used a jelly roll to make a stacked coin quilt. It was then that I realised that I totally underestimate how much fabric is required for a quilt!

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  118. I've used a jelly roll for a simple strip quilt and also for borders on fussy cut blocks. Thx for the giveaway!

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  119. I follow the FQ shop on Facebook :-)

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  120. I follow Fat Quarter Shop via their blog, FB and Twitter.

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  121. I love Fat Quarter Shop! I follow their blog and follow them on Facebook.

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  122. I have never used a jellyrol.... I don't know why I haven't :-)

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  123. Oh yeah, i love jelly rolls..you can do so much with them. I have a ayer cake of this giveaway line, so i totally could use this jelly roll..thanks!
    Boppiesgirl@gmail.com

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  124. I have never used a jelly roll...I don't even know what to do with them, haha it would be a learning experience.

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  125. I love this line!!!! And jelly rolls are way too much fun!

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  126. I use (or make my own) jelly rolls for braided tablerunners. They are so easy, but each one looks stunning.

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  127. Ive never yet used a jelly roll either but am game to try!
    Im a follower ~

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  128. I've never used a jelly roll, but I'd love to give this one a try!

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  129. And I am your avid follower!! :)

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  130. I am a loyal follower Maureen.

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  131. I have never tried a jelly roll but I have a few projects that I want to try that call for one.

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  132. I have been shopping at Fat Quarter shop for a long time - following on facebook, too!

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  133. I follow Maureen's blog and on Facebook.

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  134. I have only used one jelly roll, and I made a "round the world" quilt for my baby sister. I cut off little edges of each strip of fabric and saved them so that I could make a matching doll quilt. That was a really fun and easy project - it was amazing how much faster it went when I was able to skip the cutting stage!!

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  135. I have never used a jelly roll before, but I have seen tons of patterns for bags and blankets with them. I would love to try it out.
    kidshomelove at yahoo dot com

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  136. I have never used one. I hope to win the giveaway! Thanks for the chance!

    claudio.raho@fastwebnet.it

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  137. I've never made anything with jellyrolls yet, but have 2 that are just screaming to be used! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  138. I am following the Fat Quarter Shop on Twitter.
    kidshomelove at yahoo dot com

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  139. Follow you on facebook!
    kidshomelove at yahoo dot com

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  140. I've never used a Jelly Roll, but I've read the directions to do a Jelly Roll quilt, and I think I could do this. Would love to try.

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  141. I follow FQS on FB! :)
    claudio.raho@fastwebnet.it

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  142. Shared on facebook!
    kidshomelove at yahoo dot com

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  143. I follow Fat quarter shop on Facebook

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  144. I follow your Blog! :)
    claudio.raho@fastwebnet.it

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  145. And i have used a jelly roll before to make camille's jelly filled quilt.

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  146. I used a jelly roll of bright solids with black to make an "amish" quilt babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  147. I like you on FB ! :)
    claudio.raho@fastwebnet.it

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  148. Working on a jelly roll quilt right now using strawberry fields.

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  149. I already 'like' FQ Shop on Facebook :o)

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  150. I love Jelly Rolls but haven't got one yet. I do have a project in mind for a Kona Solids Jelly Roll though... or "Roll Up" as Kaufman calls it.

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