Jelly Babies - Adorable Quilts from 2 1/2" Strips From the Staff at That Patchwork Place

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First the quilting experts at That Patchwork Place® baked up the popular quilts in A Baker's Dozen. Now they present contemporary, unique quilts that Baby can grow up with and still love as a preschooler.

  • Use today's convenient precuts or cut 2 1/2" strips from your stash
  • Select from 14 welcoming quilts in a wide variety of styles
  • Find step-by-step instructions that help you finish in time for Baby's arrival

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8.5" x 11" printed on your home computer
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full color, PDF digital download
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Publication Date:
June 7th, 2011

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Review from Australian Homespun magazine

A book of 14 small quilts made using jelly rolls (2 1/2" strips of fabric) will please those of us who are smitten with this way of buying fabric but struggle to find projects to make with our treasures. Because 11 different designers contributed projects to this book, there's a wonderful variety of colors and styles. Most of the quilts require fabric in addition to the jelly roll, and some (such as the one shown in close-up on the front cover) also include applique, which makes these projects a little different from many others based on pre-cut fabrics. Of course, if you're looking for ideas for baby quilts, there's no need to buy a jelly roll especially to make any of these quilts; instructions are also provided for using what you already have in your stash.
Review from Popular Patchwork magazine

There are lots of lovely designs in this collection of baby or lap quilts. All of them are made from Jelly Roll strips, with the addition of an occasional coordinating Layer Cake to bulk out the larger quilts. The designs are varied and the instructions give sound advice about the colors and values needed for each quilt, which will help you to select an appropriate Jelly Roll or the equivalent fabric from your stash. Of the fifteen projects presented almost all would be suitable as a wall hanging or small lap quilt for an adult--the designs are not exclusively for children and are a generous size for a cot quilt. I was very impressed by the beautiful red and white quilt "Cherries and Cream," but if I make it then it's definitely for me!