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    Phoebe's Flower Box tutorial

    Phoebe?s Flower Box Quilt ? Quilting Made Easy | Always Great, Always Free Quilting Tutorials

    This question was asked but not answered. Are the jelly roll strips cut in half? They look short in the video.

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    Joanne

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    Re: Phoebe's Flower Box tutorial

    I didn't cut mine in half.
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      Re: Phoebe's Flower Box tutorial

      Originally posted by K. McEuen View Post
      I didn't cut mine in half.
      I have the Fusions Texture jelly roll. I am trying to match up by color and contrast but have some left over that don't match with each other but do match with the paired sets. I didn't know if cutting it in half and using the other half to match up with the leftovers was an option. Hope that made sense.
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      Joanne

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      A girl needs to surround herself with TONS of happiness.
      Happiness = fabric!:icon_woohoo:

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        Re: Phoebe's Flower Box tutorial

        Sure, you could cut the jelly roll strips in half to get more variety when pairing up strips for blocks. In the tutorial, the strips appear to be about 20 inches long.
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          Re: Phoebe's Flower Box tutorial

          I'm not a fount of knowledge but I have cut my strips into 2 1/2 x4 1/2 rectangles for my picnic quilt. It worked great. Anything that cuts down on cutting.
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            Re: Phoebe's Flower Box tutorial

            Originally posted by MRoy View Post
            Sure, you could cut the jelly roll strips in half to get more variety when pairing up strips for blocks. In the tutorial, the strips appear to be about 20 inches long.
            Thank you. I thought so too. I decided not to use the Fusion Texture. That's my good stuff. I am just doing a throw and didn't want to waste any so I am using what Joann's calls a jelly roll. It's a junior jelly. If I mess it up, I don't really care because you can tell it's not the same quality as the Fusion Texture. It's thinner. So it will be a practice throw. I don't know. I liked it when I saw it in the store but now I am not so sure.
            Hugs,
            Joanne

            There are no mistakes, only happy accidents. - Bob Ross

            A girl needs to surround herself with TONS of happiness.
            Happiness = fabric!:icon_woohoo:

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              Re: Phoebe's Flower Box tutorial

              [offtopic] That jelly roll is awesome. We have been doing a double hourglass with is opposite some strips of Kona White. I'll be sad to give this quilt away because I love the pop of the colors.
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