This quilt is a great stash-buster. It came together super-easily and used up a lot of random pieces that I had.
The method was similar to a jelly roll race quilt, but I didn’t use 2-1/2″ strips.
I took a bunch of 3″ wide strips of all different lengths. I took a variety of whites and blues with a few random greens thrown in.
The finished size is approximately 48″ x 30″.
I sewed them together to make one really long strip. Then I cut the strip in half and stitched those two pieces together.
Then repeated until I got the size I wanted.
Due to the piecing method, the placement of the pieces is totally random.
The quilting is fun. I stitched straight vertical lines with decorative stitches i contrasting thread.
It is not only a great finish for a scrappy quilt, it was also a great way to use up odds and ends of thread.
This was a fun quick project. It would look great in different colour schemes and different strip widths.
Elizabeth DeCroos is the designer and teacher at Epida Studio. She loves to work in quilting, pojagi and embroidery and teach these techniques to others.
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