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    Applique Angel

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    Default BobW's JRR quilt method

    Some time ago, BobW posted a method for a jelly roll race quilt in which he cut some of the strips first. That way he did not have to deal with the whole long length of the thing! I've searched high and low on the site and I cannot find it. BobW, if you read this, would you point me in the right direction, please? I really want to try it your way. Thanks. oldsewer

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    Missouri Star

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    Default Re: BobW's JRR quilt method

    Oldsewer,

    I don't remember ever posting anything about the JRR. I haven't done one. I have done the D9P and D4P quilts so far. I'm working on a BOM mystery quilt. Sorry I can't help you.

    Bob

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    Default Re: BobW's JRR quilt method

    Was it this method? Scroll down the the third post

    http://forum.missouriquiltco.com/qui...ace-quilt.html

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    Default Re: BobW's JRR quilt method

    Sorry everyone, must be having a senior moment. Thanks for your attempts to help, though. I'll keep searching my notes or just have at it and see what happens. thanks again. oldsewer

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    Default Re: BobW's JRR quilt method

    that's it! thank you so much - had the wrong member, and my memory wasn't good enough to remember the directions. I'd searched every way I could think of, but never got close. This looks easier to me than dealing with the whole, long, twisted mess! Thanks again so much. Sharon (oldsewer)

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