Jennifer found the cutest pincushion on a trip to Tennessee. It was made from two log cabin blocks!
In January, during the ice storm, Julie decided it was time to use up some of the 2½” strips she’d been collecting in a laundry basket. There’s nothing faster than a Jelly Roll Race quilt and this is the quilt Julie made totally from scraps. You can find lots of tutorials on the internet for making your own version – just Google Jelly Roll Race. It’s a great way to use up some stash.
Julie also finished a quilt she worked on in a quilt camp in Missouri. There is no pattern for the blocks – just keep adding scrappy pieces until the block is the size you want. Julie’s quilt is a gift for her great niece who just bought a new house.