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    Original Jacobs Ladder

    I found the YouTube tutorial of Jenny doing the original Jacobs Ladder pattern in Red and White but unfortunately I do not see how much fabric I need to make one of these. I want to do a Black and White (or Gray) one for Christmas.
    OR if someone has a better suggestion for a black and white/gray quilt..... It's for a boy

    #2
    According to the back of the pattern, 1 roll of jelly strips and 3 packages of 5" squares, and inner border of 3/4 yard, outer border 1 3/4 yards.

    For a baby you may not need it to be 77" x 89".
    Katrina
    From NC, retired in FL
    “Nothing can dim the light which shines from within.” Maya Angelou

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      #3
      Maybe try some children's prints,
      they have some great colorful prints
      For boys. Does he have a hobby?
      Love dogs/cats/cars? There's an endless
      Possibilities for children. Not just dull
      colors or dull solid colors anymore.

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      • jlewis228
        jlewis228 commented
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        The reason I am doing black and gray is because it is for a 9 year old whose favorite color is black.

      #4
      Finished the Jacobs Ladder for my grand-nephew!
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      • Ruthie734
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        Very pretty quilt!

      #5
      That's so pretty!
      Katrina
      From NC, retired in FL
      “Nothing can dim the light which shines from within.” Maya Angelou

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        #6
        So pretty!
        Maria
        From Sunny Alberta, Canada

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          #7
          Beautiful design for the colours. Certainly will be loved ❤

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            #8
            I love this! very graphic look to it.
            Annie
            "The Mountains are calling and I must go" John Muir

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              #9
              Well it looks like the quilt was a hit! He told his grandma - "I like it - it's just like me!" Whatever that means!!

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                #10
                Here's the one I made for his sister. She loved it too.
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                • Ruthie734
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                  Another pretty quilt! You are doing great!

                #11
                That's too cute! I know she'll love it!
                Katrina
                From NC, retired in FL
                “Nothing can dim the light which shines from within.” Maya Angelou

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                  #12
                  Both quilts are beautiful.
                  Blessed are the children of the piecemakers for they shall inherit the quilts!

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