I played with these fabrics and was able to put together a little border and am ready to start quilting.
I was digging in the dark corners of my fabric stash, looking for just the right fabric for a backing for the pansy quilt, when I found this sweet little jelly roll.
I haven't made a jelly roll quilt for a long time and I wanted to cut it up right away and start sewing but I wasn't quilt sure what to make. I was browsing my favorite quilt blogs to get an idea and came across Katy Quilts post, Finish It Up Friday-Twist and thought, "That's what I want to do!"
I cut some strips and started sewing, because that's how I do things-no pesky paper and pencil for planning. Sometimes things even turn out.
When I sewed the block together I realized I hadn't quilt figured out how to make the block, which is usually the case. I grabbed my seam ripper, but stopped. I decided that I would just leave the block as it was and move forward. I'm not sure what the finished quilt will look like but here goes.
Notice the sweet berry print on the white fabric. It's perfect for this project.
Honestly, I've never seen a bad jelly roll pattern so whatever happens is good, right.
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