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    Missouri Star

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    Default Jelly Roll 1600

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EomX7t7to_o someone posted this the other day and so I tried it. It was a lot of fun and fast. Should I put a border on or leave as is?
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    Default Re: Jelly Roll 1600

    How pretty...I want to do one too! I would add a border using a solid color.

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    I love it!!! I watched and thought about it too..think I'm gonna have to try. Did you have a contest with yourself or take your time? LOL...I think add a border. Beautiful the way it is but a border would really set it off.

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    How pretty, Patrice! Nice job! I think you could go either way with a border and it would be pretty.
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    Aren't those fun? I made one for DD at Christmas out of blacks and whites. I love the colors in yours, so cheery!!

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    How cute. Love the colors. I think a solid border like Sally said would look nice and set the colors off. As long as you're trying out stuff....how about one of those bindings with the piping? I just saw that tutorial yesterday - someone had a link. I watched the jelly roll race video too - looks like fun. Nice job! How long did it take you?
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    That's great in that fabric! I vote for a border! Post another pic when you are done!

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    Default Re: Jelly Roll 1600

    Love, Love, Love your colors. I think you should only add a border if you want it to be bigger. It looks great the way it is but a solid border would look nice too.

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    Default Re: Jelly Roll 1600

    I have a question, do you sew the jelly roll in the order they come in the roll?

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    At the end of the youtube vid they give a link to a website that has more detailed instructions. I believe it says to mix them up.
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