Friday, October 27, 2017



For this quilt, I used this collection called "Rogue One".  There were 42 strips, with 3 of each of 14 different fabrics, and I purchased the fabric at Keepsake Quilting.  Each strip measured 2.5" x 42". For the border and binding, I used yardage from JoAnn Fabrics and Crafts Store.


The pattern for this quilt is a modified version of the pattern called "Jelly Roll Race 1600" and you can find the tutorial on the Missouri Star Quilting Company youtube channel.  What I did to modify it was that I cut each strip in half first, and then cut the very first strip in half again. The backing is a mottled bright blue flannel and was purchased from JoAnn Fabrics and Crafts Store.  

The finished size of the quilt is 52" x 72".

I used Warm and White batting, also purchased from JoAnn.  The quilting pattern is a general meander and it came with my new Quilt Magician.  The fabric is so detailed that I needed a quilting design that was simple. The thread I used was YLI white cotton.

Here are some photos of the quilt.

This is the top before the border was attached.

Here are closeups of the quilting design, front and back.

And here is the completed quilt.

And a video of the quilt being digitally quilted with my Tin Lizzie Ansley 26 quilting machine and Quilt Magician software. Maximize the screen to maximize your viewing pleasure!


If you are a quilter looking for affordable rates for your latest project, give me a call! Don't quilt, but looking for a great gift for a special person in your life?  Or maybe you want something special for yourself.  I would love to design and create a quilt especially for you!  Contact me for details at 815.735.0997.

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