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    Quilt on wall behind Jenny in 3 Dudes jelly roll tutorial

    Hi I just re-watched the "Jelly roll quilt by the three dudes" tutorial and was attracted to the quilt on the wall behind Jenny. Does anyone know the fabric collection that was used? Is there a M* pattern or tutorial for this quilt? Does this quilt have a name?

    Thanks!

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    Re: Quilt on wall behind Jenny in 3 Dudes jelly roll tutorial

    That is the Keyhole block made with honeybuns.

    Keyhole Block Using Honey Buns - YouTube

    As for the fabric line, that is a pretty old tutorial, in terms of when the fabric was released, I don't know the name of the line, but it probably isn't available or at all easy to find if it's still out there somewhere. Maybe someone else can come up with what fabric line it was.
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      #3
      Re: Quilt on wall behind Jenny in 3 Dudes jelly roll tutorial

      Hi and welcome to the forum!
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        #4
        Re: Quilt on wall behind Jenny in 3 Dudes jelly roll tutorial

        Hi. Thanks for the feedback. After ALL of the M* tutorials I've watched, I can't believe I missed this one! The pattern for the keyhole quilt is by Thankfully Sew, and it is called Flower Power. The pattern uses jelly rolls, but Jenny demonstrated with honey buns. Thankfully Sew interspersed the appliqué column of mod flowers to break up the columns of keyholes.

        Even though I know the fabric line is a few years old, I'd still like to track it down if anyone recognizes it. I've found all sorts if OOP fabric online.

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          Re: Quilt on wall behind Jenny in 3 Dudes jelly roll tutorial

          Bristol, believe it or not, I visited MSQC for the first time in 2011 and I bought the fabric and pattern for that quilt and never used it. I'd be willing to sell you my fabric and pattern for what I paid for it. I have it in a jelly roll and several cuts of yardage for borders and appliques. Send me a PM with your address if you are interested.

          I have two jelly rolls and 3 yards of fabric. It is Moda Oasis pattern. I am still looking for the pattern.

          Or you can still get it from M* here it is. https://www.missouriquiltco.com/shop...-quilt-pattern
          Last edited by Jean Sewing Machine; January 15, 2014, 05:14 PM.

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            #6
            Re: Quilt on wall behind Jenny in 3 Dudes jelly roll tutorial

            Wow Jean you are so sweet!

            I have a couple of things I changed my mind on too. Like the lemon tree. *snicker*
            🌺 Lorie

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              Re: Quilt on wall behind Jenny in 3 Dudes jelly roll tutorial

              Hi Jean. Thank you so much for your kind offer and message to me. I was interested in searching down the fabric line to see what it looked like. I found images of the full Moda Oasis collection on the web....very pretty. It reminds me of Joanna
              Figueroa collections, in fact, they'd probably play together nicely. I'd probably pick up a charm pack of it if I saw it in a quilt shop, but jelly roll quantities of it would be too much for my needs. I am really trying to keep my stash from exploding (I'm sure no one else around here feels that way, right?)


              I hope my post attracts the interest of another quilter...and that someone else might want to take advantage of your very kind offer. I listed the name of the quilt pattern in one of my previous posts in this thread.

              Thanks again!!!

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