January 20, 2017

Jelly Roll Waves {a New Pattern!} + Finished or Not Friday and TGIFF {a Linky Party!}

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Welcome to Finished or Not Friday and Thank Goodness It's Finished Friday! where you can share your finished {or not} projects!

My Finishes this week are three quilts plus a Not Finished quilt top in Jelly Roll Waves, my newest pattern!  I loved making this quilt so much that I couldn't stop and just kept making them!  MAKERS GONNA MAKE!!

Jelly Roll Waves includes instructions for 6 sizes from baby to king, something I strive for in all of my patterns.  Jelly rolls can be used for traditional piecing, and strip piecing instructions use fat quarters.  Yes, another pattern with both traditional and strip piecing instructions included!!!  I usually prefer strip piecing, but I found this quilt was just so fun to piece individually.

The blocks can be laid out in vertical waves or horizontal waves, and the pattern includes those directions, too!!

The pattern also gives guidance in creating rows in different colors like this quilt below.  This is made with an Alison Glass jelly roll, and I'm entering this quilt in the Alison Glass Challenge Linkup.

Quilting Jetgirl Alison Glass Challenge

Also included in the pattern are details on how to make an ombre quilt.  Have you ever looked at an ombre jelly roll and wondered how ever would you cut it so the lights and darks end up where you want them?  I've included cutting instructions on how to cut an ombre jelly roll so it looks as beautiful as this one!

I made the blue version to test the strip piecing instructions.  This one is awaiting quilting.

Each quilt will be featured in a future post, giving more details about each one.

The most viewed link from last week was this beautiful 9-patch by Quilting Gail!

It's your turn to share your finish {or not}!  What's welcome at this party?  
  • Any in-progress or finished project made with fabric, yarn, or thread is welcome!  
  • Projects from this week only!
  • ♥ ♥ PLEASE!  Link to the actual blog post, not your home page.  We'd like to see your post and don't have the time to go hunt it down.
  • Include the Finished or Not Friday button or a text link that links back to this week's link-up in order to share the fun.  No, I won't delete your link if you don't, but hey, adding a link in your post is just being friendly, so be friendly and share!!
I will pin your links to my Finished or Not Friday Pinterest board to get your link more exposure.
Finished or Not Friday at Busy Hands Quilts

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This linky is for Finished or Not Friday projects, as well as TGIFF.

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Jasmine said...

What a fun pattern. I think the ombré one is my favorite. I really like the wavy lines you quilted them with.

Kate @ Smiles From Kate said...

What a lovely and very versatile pattern Myra. I think you have only given a flavour of the different looks that can be achieved by varying the colours. Definitely one for my wish list.

Kim said...

Your quilts are gorgeous!

Gretchen Weaver said...

The jelly roll quilts are all nice. They look cuddly. I've never made a jelly roll quilt other than the normal pattern. Guess it's time to break out of my rut. villacrestfarm@gmail.com

Snowcatcher said...

Pretty spectacular! What a great way to use up some jellies!

Alycia~Quiltygirl said...

Wow - what a great quilt design - nicely done! and I know your patterns are so easy to follow! Can't wait to try it

Terry said...

I just love the new design. So many colors and ways to do it. Congrats on your creative design.

Shannon said...

You must have swallowed the energizer bunny! The ombre quilt is my favorite!

Anja @ Anja Quilts said...

Wow...look at all the different versions. The fabric selections definitely give each one their own personal look. Great job on the pattern.

Izzy said...

Such a fun pattern!! I really like that blue one! Thank you for hosting TGIFF this week! :-)

O'Quilts said...

Very nice...Jelly roll wave is exceptional...all your quilts are great...good job!

Yvonne from Quilting Jetgirl said...

Thank you so much for linking up with the #QuiltingJetgirlAGChallenge. I love that the jelly roll was able to be broken down into the color variation / stripes you achieved. :) Congratulations on the new pattern release!

Sarah Goer Quilts said...

I love the movement in your pattern and especially love it with the ombre fabric and wavy quilting. Thank you for hosting TGIFF!

Kris said...

Wow to all those jellyroll quilts! I love them all.

~Kelie~ said...

Absolutely LOVE these quilts! The Allison Glass is my favorite, there is just something about her fabrics that is so addicting! lol
Can't wait to get my hands on this pattern, it looks like it would be relatively quick and easy to make!!!