Author, Designer, Instructor

The BIG day has arrived!

They’re here — at last!

Welcome to the release of my third book, Jelly Roll Quilt Magic, and the launch of my all-new website: quilting.kimberlyeinmo.com!

I can hardly believe it. This has been in the works for months! I hope you like them — my new book AND the new, improved website! ‘Cause I put my heart and soul into both. There is so much inside. New and exciting quilts to share — lots of TOP TIPS and my signature “TRY THIS!” creative ideas. Recipes. Website bonuses. Fun. Humor. Surprises.ย And best of all, SPECTACULAR quilts I know you’ll enjoy making.

Super simple, easy-peasy! STICKS AND STONES

There are quilts for all skill levels — fun and fabulous for anyone to make!

LONE STARBURST
Made from 1 Jelly Roll bundle and 1 background fabric.
Absolutely straight-set blocks. No “Y” or set in seams anywhere!

Best of all, I think these quilts don’t look like they were made from Jelly Rolls strips and precuts. No more boring, snooze-fest,ย precut patterns. No siree! ย So please hop on over to my new website at http://www.kimberlyeinmo.com/ and check it out. I’d love it if you would. And to celebrate my newest book and website, I’m going to have a….

Giveaway!

I’d love to hear from YOU. Leave a comment below and tell me something fun about yourself. Whether you’re a Jelly Roll rookie or veteran. Whether or not you love precuts or well, not so much. Whether you’re new to my blog and/or website, or you’re a long time follower. And if you sign up to become a “follower” on my blog….I’ll enter your name in the drawing twice! If you post a link for my blog on your blog, I’ll enter your name in the drawing three times. Woo hoo!!!!

I’ll be giving away an autographed copy of my new book, Jelly Roll Quilt Magic, PLUS one of my rulers! There will be two winners. Or maybe more. (Wink.) The drawing will be held on October 6th. And Sir Hod will help me pick a winner.

I’m so happy to share this all with YOU. Isn’t that the way it is? When you have something exciting — you just can’t wait to share! ๐Ÿ™‚

UPDATE! (Sunday evening)

Thank you to EVERYONE who has stopped by to read the blog, leave a comment, and visit my new website. I’m overflowing with heart-felt gratitude for all the kind words of support and good wishes! I want to thank you all for your understanding and patience, too, in regards to some of the little “glitches” we’ve encountered in getting the website launched and running properly last Friday. The techno world of cyberspace certainly has its share ofย challenges! As for signing up to “Follow” my blog, hopefully that will beย up and running in a day or two — so hang in there and do check back again please. ย 

(I want to give a great big shout-out to my fabulous web guy, Michael Dowden, who is responsible for the totally awesome layout of the website. Thank you, Michael!)

235 Comments
  1. Kimberly!!! Congratulations! I’m so happy for you! Can’t wait to check out your new book!
    Take care-Pooh “Penny”

  2. Congrats! Mary sent me over here from her blog, Quilt Hollow. I don’t use jelly rolls as much as charm packs, and just last night I was asking myself why?! These are very beautiful quilts. I will be following you in my google reader, so I will be back!
    PS~I love the quilt that Mary quilted for you too!

  3. Your new website looks fantastic! Congratulations on your new book. I have never used a Jelly Roll. Just getting back into playing with fabric. Wonderful Job, Much Sucess! Kim C

  4. I’m just now starting to get interested in pre-cuts. I enjoyed meeting you in Wenatchee, WA about a year ago. I have your other two books and would love to win Jelly Roll Quilt Magic. — Donna

  5. I have a jellyroll sitting on my shelf looking pretty as I wasn’t quite sure how I wanted to use it but the quilts you show here are awesome and make me want to start cutting. Mary sent me over too ,she is am amazing quilter! I’ll also follow you in google reader , love your website.

  6. It is wonderful!!!! I love that sticks and stones quilt! I’m a jelly roll veteran, and love to do all kinds of things with them!!!! Hope I get to do something with your new book!

  7. And I”ve visited your site before but for some reason never hit follower. But I am now! And I forgot to tell you taht mary at quilt hollow sent me (now and before!)!

  8. Hi! Congratulation!! I`am so happy for you. The book looks wonderful, and I look forward to buying it, and use it. I love to use pre-cuts. I hope you can relax this weekend after all your work lately. Have a nice weekend.
    Hug from Hanne in Norway

  9. Hi Kimberly,
    I have been a follower of yours for years. Now I will also be a blog follower of yours.I can’t hardly wait to SEE inside that great cover. I see you have more felines quilting helpers than I do. Maybe I can use that as a excuse/reason to expand my staff too!

  10. Kimberly!!!! So excited for you! When you work so hard – and have so many of us that can’t wait to see what you’re working – it has got to be a wonderful feeling to have it all come to fruition! I definitely can’t wait to get my hands on another one of your books! I love your quilts, your tips, your humor, your down-to-earth way, and YOU! AND I hope I win something!!!! Love you!
    LynnEl

  11. I love jelly rolls and really all precuts…’cept I haven’t done much with honeybuns. I’m enjoying your site. Mary from Quilt Hollow sent me here. Congratulations on your new book! I’d love to win it!

  12. WOW! You did it! Congratulations!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It looks fantastic and you made it all look so fun. You are so talented! I am soooo proud of you.

    luv u, me

  13. Congratulations on the new book. So far, I’ve only used charm squares. Perhaps this is the book that will temp me to try
    jelly rolls!

  14. YIPPEE!!! Been watching and watching for this release! What’s super cool is that your sample above is the exact same fabric I used on my lonestar I did at AQS – Des Moines with you last year. My finished quilt is on my facebook page. CONGRATS CONGRATS!!!!

  15. Congratulations – great achievement! Thanks to Mary from Quilt Hollow who led me down this path.

    Terrific designs and ideas to use the popular jelly rolls. Have a few myself that are looking for a place in a quilt.

    Thanks

  16. Congratulations! The book looks incredible! I work with pre-cuts and have no preference really! Any fabric will do! Mary at Quilt Hollow sent me over and I’m glad she did! I’m a “newbie” but signed up to be a follower on your blog! Looking forward to all the fun you have provided for us and quilters are just awesome folks! Thank you for treating us so well!

  17. Congratulations!! I have just begun loving jell rolls and home cut strips. ๐Ÿ˜‰ I love the quilt you pictured above!! I am a happy longtime follower. Congrat’s on the new website too~ awesome!!

  18. Hi, I wanted to add my congrats also to your new book and web site. After the retreat in Panama City this past Jan.
    I have been enjoying the jelly rolls and your other two books. Looking forward to your new book.
    Barbara Montgomery

  19. Whoo hoo! I’m so excited about this. I am absolutely addicted to jelly rolls. I think it is such an affordable way to get a sampling of fabrics in the same fabric line. Variety is the spice of life!

    I’m a follower and I also shared your link on my blog:

    http://www.katiesquiltingcorner.com/2011/09/quickie-update.html

  20. I cannot wait to see the book and hold it in my hands finally! The new wesite layout is gorgeous – filled with rich colors and fun – the ‘essence of Kimberly’! I love it. Congratulations on the book and the website!

  21. Congratulations Kimberly!!! I love your rulers. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve used them…they are great. What I love most about them is that you color coded them for people like me…this way I can’t cut my fabric wrong! LOL ! Since I’ve taken your class I have bought several jelly rolls to use for my quilt making, I had never used one before that. I just love it!

  22. Wow, congratulations! I have one of your previous books. I’m also making a jelly roll quilt right now, although it’s from a purchased pattern, not your book this time. Jelly rolls are my favorite precut and I own WAY too many of them (is it possible??). I love the Lone Starburst – does NOT look like it’s from a jelly roll (my favorite types of quilts to make from them!) … I’ll have to buy the book just for that if I don’t win!

  23. I’m also a follower! I’ll come back and leave a third comment once I post to my blog to spread your good news.

  24. Congrats on the new book! i love using Jelly Rolls and look forward to planning a quilt with your new book.

  25. I have used jelly rolls but not too often. Am trying to get into using them more. Love scrappy quilts and this would give me lots of new ideas and more selection of color.

    Mafge

  26. Love, love, love the Lone Starburst above! Congratulations on the 3rd book! Who would have known all those years ago that this would be your passion! Good job!!

  27. Congrats on your new book! I Iook forward to your new book. I enjoyed hearing you talk at my guild. Mary at Quilt Hollow sent me here.

  28. Congratulations re: the book! ๐Ÿ™‚ Precuts are great, but I need help knowing how to use them! The book looks awesome.

  29. Now following your blog with Google REader. ๐Ÿ™‚

  30. Congratulations on the book!! Must be thrilling : ). I’ve wanted to work with a jelly roll for so long, but couldn’t figure out what to do with them except make a strip quilt. I am loving that star quilt! Thanks for a great chance to win (although I’ll be buying the book if I don’t win anyway!).

  31. Congrats on book and new site. I love precuts and am off to explore your new site

  32. Congrats on the new website and the fabulous new book. LOVE and adore jelly rolls. Mary at Quilt Hollow sent me over here to check it out!

  33. Way to go!! Your new book looks wonderful as usual. I took your mystery quilt class in Champaign, IL & have it hanging in my long arm studio, everyone loves it!! It was great visitng & getting to know you on the trip to the airport in Bloomington. Hope we can get you to speak at our guild in Bloomington. Great website!! Keep up the wonderful & inspiring work!!

  34. The website is fabulous and your book looks wonderful. I cannot wait to get my hands on a copy. Congratulations on both the book and the website. Thanks to you and the classes you taught here in Wenatchee I now sew with precuts and jelly rolls. They are such fun!

  35. Congratulations to you and to us! I love working with pre-cuts, and have learned so much from your Jelly Roll Quilts and More. It was one of the first quilting books I purchased. I have SOOO been looking forward to your new book! I enjoy your style of instruction and the gorgeous pictures! Can’t wait to check out your website! Can you tell, I’m a fan?

  36. Hi Kimberly! My good friend, Mary of Quilt Hollow sent me over. I am so excited for you…. and me! This book looks awesome, and I would love to get my hands on a copy! I have only made five quilts so far, but I have used pre-cuts for three of them…. one was with charm packs and the other two with jelly rolls. I do like using them…except for the little pinked edges…not such a fan of those…they make matching up my cuts of “regular” fabric a little harder (just my opinion – I am a newbie! LOL!!!)

    Oh, and I have just started a new blog….there is absolutely nothing on it yet! LOL! But there will be soon! Thanks again for the opportunity to win your wonderful book, and congratulations and much success to you!

    XOXO,

    Cyndi

  37. Congratulations! I have made 2 quilts with Jelly Rolls and I never realized just how versatile they are!

  38. I’m fairly new to quilting, and after buying a sewing machine, a self-healing mat, rotary cutter, acrylic rulers, pins, and some fabric and cheap thread to get started (big mistake, but I didn’t know any better), I haven’t had a lot of spare change to buy precuts. Who knew this hobby was going to be so expensive? Certainly not me! But I can see precuts in my future. But in the meantime, I’m “learning” with cheap fabric, and not making costly mistakes on expensive fabric. But with all the labor involved, I think from now on, I’ll try to save my money and buy some lovely quality fabrics. Your book looks awesome, and you’re right, the quilts you’re showing certainly don’t look like they’re made with jelly rolls.

  39. LOVE the website, and am dancing for joy (with the guard ON my rotary cutter, mind you) that the new book is finally out. You know I’ve got 4 wedding quilts to make by the end of next year, so fresh, new easy ideas couldn’t come soon enough!! Posted on my b;liog, shared on FB, and telling everyone I know. Even people who don’t quilt. Way to go, girlfriend!!!!

  40. Congrats on the new book. The quilts look beautiful and I’m anxious to try some. Sweet Mary from Quilt Hollow sent me here.

  41. Your book looks wonderful! Thanks for the chance to win it! I’m new to your blog and website, but so far I love what I see! :0)

  42. Congratulations! I’ve not made a lot of jelly roll quilts, so I could really use your book! Thanks for the giveaway!

  43. Congratulations on your book and new web site. Mary from Quilt Hollow sent me here..I’ll be back too!

    Pat

  44. I would like to be a follower, but there isn’t a place showing on the blog to do that right now.

  45. I blogged about your giveaway at http://salliessampler.blogspot.com.

  46. Mary from Quilt Hollow sent me over! Love the patterns in the new book and the new website. Congrats!

  47. I love the Lone Star Sunburst quilt! It’s awesome. I’m crazy over pre-cuts, I have so many it’s ridiculous. Something fun about me: I unknowingly inspire my blog followers with my quilts and sewing projects. Creativity comes easy to me. I come up with ideas that others say huh, I would have never thought of that. I am new to your blog and right after I finish this note I plan to become a follower. Thanks for the chance to win this book. My friend Mary at Quilt Hollow sent me to visit you.

  48. This book looks great! I love all precuts!

  49. Congratulations Kimberly! Mary from Quilt Hollow suggested that I stop by and I have to say that I LOVE LOVE LOVE the website and blog. I would love to win an autographed copy of your new book. The only quilt I have made using a jelly roll was a log cabin. I really need to expand my horizons! Good luck with your new adventure.

  50. Congratulations on your new book. I love jelly rolls. Mary from Quilt Hollow sent me.

  51. Congrats on your new website and book. I have just made my first jelly roll which I have just posted about on my blog quilt and have two more to use up. So I guess I am just starting in jelly rolls.
    Thanks for the chance to enter your giveaway.
    Happy days.

  52. This is my first visit to your website. I am a Jelly Roll novice. I do own one but have never used it ๐Ÿ™

  53. I can’t find where to follow, but I will put you in my Google Reader. Hope that counts!

  54. I am posting about your giveaway on the sidebar of my blog-woo hoo!

  55. Congrats on new book release. Please pick me!! I am international reader and glad to found your blog.

  56. Mary from Quilt Hollow sent me too!

    A fun fact about me? I have written a book too, but mine’s completely the opposite to yours as my patterns use no more than four fabrics.

  57. I have a few jelly rolls in my stash, but have used any yet. Guess that makes me a rookie. I love charm packs for quick quilts and hst’s. I love your web site book bonuses ๐Ÿ™‚ Can’t wait to try that baked spaghetti.

  58. The new book looks great! Mary from Quilt Hollow sent me over to visit your site and I am so glad that she did. I am a fool for jelly rolls and charm packs. I love how quilts go together using Jelly Rolls. Thanks for the chance in the drawing.

  59. How exciting!! Congratulations on your new book!
    It’s been awhile since I made a quilt using jelly rolls.

  60. Congrats on the new book! I have been following your blog since you came to our guild a few years back!! And I love using pre-cuts!! Can’t wait to check out the new book!!!

  61. Hey, hey hey, Miss Kimberly,

    I feel so elated for you -the hard work , the joys and fun , that beat those days of tedium and planning and making and showing the best of yourself. Sharing your passion and knowledge to the enjoyment of others. WOW- you did it and it is wonderful.

  62. I’m popping in to congratulate you on success of new website (that is really nice!) and your third book which by far from what I see is the BEST!! Loving Lone Starburst and those fabrics! I had to go on a search for that fabric last night…found yardage but no jelly rolls! Dang!!! Also wanted to know you mention a ruler…..is there a special ruler needed to make these that go with the book? I may have overlooked reading that somewhere. I didn’t see a follow button (not that I don’t follow) so I selected the like button and of course did post to my blog. I hope many followers of Quilt Hollow will pop in today at my urging to help spread word. I’d love to give away a signed copy of your book to one of them who followed through. *wink* I’ll get with you about that later. Congrats again!!!! YOu go girl!

  63. Great site! Pat Deck sent me. I have a bunch of Jelly Rolls just sitting around waiting for a book like yours! Thanks so much for the givewaway. I’m going to sign up to be follower, if I can figure out how – LOLOL!

  64. Congratulations on the new book and website.
    Love the Lone Starburst!!!!! I have added your book to my wish list/
    Mary from Quilt Hollow says HI.
    Wishing you much success on the book…..need to go to Amazon right now.

  65. Thrilled about the new book…and, I’m a ruler junkie!! The timing is wonderful because you will be at Cabin Fever Quilt Guild this Monday evening – so I actually get to meet you as well! I’m e-x-c-i-t-e-d!!!

  66. I just discovered your blog from Mary over at Quilt Hollow. I love all the clever projects people come up with using jelly rolls. I guess it’s the engineer in me that loves elegant solutions to problems. I can’t wait to check out your new book.

  67. I’ve never used a jelly roll. Maybe it’s high time:)

  68. I love Jelly Rolls. I even make them up for myself when I get new yardage. I love to have them laying around and just fondle them. I am hoping I get your newest book.
    Waving my hands here in Indiana. I am a Bonnie Hunter fan. And Mary F. from Quilt Hollow has quilted s few of my quilts. She sent me here to you!
    XOXOXO Subee

  69. Darn! I had the bestest comment then the computer just ate it! I should know better and do a copy…
    Mary from Quilt Hollow sent me. I am waving my hands here in Indiana!
    XOXOXO Subee

  70. All I can say is a great, big WOW!!!! You did a great job with your new site! Can’t wait for your new book to make it to my house!

  71. Congratulations on the book! I’ve used pre-cuts many times, but can get frustrated by the need to supplement them with more lights or darks. i would love to try the Lone Starburst pattern!

  72. I’M EXCITED ABOUT THIS BOOK TOO!
    EAGER TO SEE IT>THANKS SO FOR SHARING!

  73. LIKE YOU ON FB.
    LOVE PRECUTS>HAVE USED THEM FOR QUILT A WHILE>KINDA PARTIAL TO JELLY ROLLS.
    HAPPY STITCHING!

  74. Hi Kimberly, Your book looks fabulous – you are right – not the run of the mill jelly roll quilts. I am a jelly roll rookie – meaning I have bought one but have not sewn it yet. Maybe I’m waiting for the perfect pattern! Keeping my fingers crossed!
    Gale

  75. I tried to follow you and can’t. I’ll check back to see if that option is available.
    Gale

  76. Jelly Roll rookie – and can be a big convert after seeing these photos of your quilts – Mary at Quilt Hollow sent me! Wow! This is a great new web site – the guy did a good job. Oh! Please enter me into your giveaway. Congratulations on having two tremendous things to celebrate on the same Big Day!

  77. Kimberly, you are the greatest ! I love your last Jelly roll book and have made several of your quilt designs. You have a great way of teaching that is very easy to understand. Most of all I love your Chain Saw pattern from your last book. I was Lucky to have met you at VQF last year. Keep up all the new rulers – Love, Love them. Great job on the Web site.

  78. I had not been to your blog nor your website before but I know that I shall return to both of them. Your new book looks lovely. I generally do not use precuts as I have been a quilter for awhile( 1996) and have amassed quite a stash of fabric. However I do have a coffee cake of batiks waiting for the perfect pattern… I have to find it soon too.
    Thanks for hosting such a nice giveaway.
    Regards from a Western Canadian Quilter,
    Anna

  79. Looking forward to the new book! Congrats!

  80. Congrats on your new book! I have started 4 or 5 jelly roll quilts, but I have not finished ANY of them!

  81. I am a long time follower of yours and have met you in person in Lancaster, PA! Love all of your classes and books! Would love to win this new one! I love jelly roll quilts and would so love to make The Lone Starburst! Something fun about me–I am President of Boy Scout Troop 52 Mother’s Auxiliary, a high school teacher and a quilter since 1976–did takes several year breaks in there though when I had my children! I have a cat that loves to play the piano–I will have to show that some day–have to figure out how; we laugh so hard when he comes and sits on the piano bench, stretches out and plays and plays.

    Congratulations!

  82. Kimberly, Wow…I am new to your website, hopped over here from Mary’s”Quilt Hollow” Blog after she posted about your website and wonderful books. I’m so glad I followed her lead because I have been looking around a bit and loving everything I see! Congratulations on your newest book! I have used all sizes of precuts, some I love, some not so much. My favorites are Jelly Rolls (of course, so versatile), FQB’s, and Charm Paks. I have had some issues with size variance on Layer Cakes but I think that issue was resolved after several quilters emailed Moda about it. Still, I’m pretty much a precut lover. Oh and something fun about myself…well, the only thing I can think of in these wee hours of the morning when I can’t sleep is my love for my furry babies, their antics and the joys they bring to our lives. Hmmm, I guess that’s about them, not me, but there you have it. Thanks so much for a chance to win you new book. Winning would give me an excuse to go pick up some Jelly Rolls since I’m out of them just now. Hugs…
    By the way, I tried to sign up to be a follower and I get an error message … something about program compatibility, so I added you to my favorites because I wanted to be sure to be able to drop back often.

  83. Mary from Quilt Hollow sent me over too ๐Ÿ™‚ I love using precuts for quick quilts. Charm packs are fun but I think my favorite is the jellyroll.

  84. Hi Kimberly, I saw your book and blog posted on Katie Ringo’s site and thought I’d come check it out! I’ll be sure to add you to my Google Reader. Congrats on the book! I haven’t tried Jelly Rolls but I’d love to.

    Sandi

  85. I am new to your website and was pointed in this direction by Maryโ€™ of โ€Quilt Hollowโ€ blog fame.
    The new book sounds very exciting. I am a stranger to purchased jelly rolls but have been busily cutting 2.5 inch strips from my (out of control) stash to make my own!

  86. This book looks amazing! Thanks for having the giveaway…..oh, and Quilt Hollow sent me over! Thanks!

  87. The quilts you show from your new book are beautiful. I would love to own a copy of this book. I was sent here by Quilt Hollow. I tried to follow your blog-friend connect is not working.

  88. Funny thing about me is that I keep buying jelly rolls and Bali Pops with no idea what I will do with them. Guess I am a collector – now this book will be my answer to resolving this fetish. I just really love the pre cuts – especially a layer cake. I find that I use them quicker than anything else. Thank you for this wonderful opportunity to win your book. I totally look forward to winning. Judy C

  89. Mary from Quilt Hollow says to tell you she sent me to visit you.

  90. Please, please add the fact that Mary at Quilt Hollow sent me to this wonderful opportunity via her blog – I am a devoted follower of you both. Judy C

  91. First off, Mary from Quilt Hollow sent me over!! She said I would love your blog and she was right!! Thanks for the chance to win your new book and ruler!! Would love to put it to the test!! I LOVE pre-cuts…easy to buy and easy to use!
    Take care and congratulations on the new book! Now I need to go back in your blog and get caught up!
    Paulette

  92. Congratulations! I arrived here via Quilt Hollow (always a fun spot!). I love precuts of any variety, but I also love working with donated bits of fabrics or cast-offs or challenge fabrics too. I love soft florals and batiks, or poke-your-eyes out brights. It’s all good.

  93. Congrats! I have a jelly roll or two floating around here; but, am having a hard time deciding what to do with them! This would be a fabulous book to have! I like precuts and have used layer cakes.

    By the way, I’m a follower of your blog .I had to manually enter the URL into Google Reader because the RSS subscribe button blew up on me. Just wanted to let you know about that in case other readers are having trouble doing this too. I know how to manually add; but, others may not. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Again, Congrats!

  94. Congratulations! Mary sent me over here from her blog, Quilt Hollow. I donโ€™t use pre-cuts unless I have a set pattern and hoe easy wth this book. These are very beautiful quilts.

  95. I would have to say I’m a jellyroll rookie. I love the thought that there are no Y seams… those scare me a bit. I like to THINK that I am a good sewist.. but when I see the work done on some of the logs I know there are much better out there.

  96. Hi! Just found your site and blog through Mary at the Quilt Hollow blog. Love the variety of quilts you have in this book & would love to win it!

    Something fun, huh? Well, let’s see….I love making blocks but have a hard time getting the whole top together. Guess that is why sampler quilts are my favorite!
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    Sandy A

  97. Hi, Mary @ Quilt Hollow sent me over for a visit. I’ve done one quilt with strip pieces and think that I will be doing many more. The less cutting I have to do the better. I will be a new follower so that I can get more ideas from you about precuts.

  98. Congratulations on the new book…it looks fantastic!

    I’m just sewing up a lone star variation using a jelly roll (first one I’ve ever owned) and I’m having so much fun I could see myself buying more jelly rolls.

    Hope you have every success with the book!

  99. That is the book on Jelly Rolls I was waiting for. I want to do that star one already! I’m not really a fan of precuts though I have bought some jelly rolls (I love to collect yardage– so unusual in quilters, right?) but love using strips and have done several strip exchanges with friends.

    BTW, Mary from Quilt Hollow sent me…. I love surfing blogs! It is so inspirational. I’m not sure how to sign up as a follower (I don’t have a blog– maybe I have to?) so I’ll just bookmark you!

  100. Mary from Quilt Hollow sent me over to see your beautiful quilt designs. Thank you for the chance to win a copy of your new book. It looks fabulous!

  101. Contratulation with your book. It looks great and I would love to win it to try to make some of the quilts.

  102. Hi I keep purchasing Jelly Rolls and don’t know what to do with them. I would love to win your book. I saw about the give away on Quilt Hollow. Thanks for the chance. Penny

  103. Hello, just found your site via Quilt Hollow. Very glad that i did since I just got my first ever jelly rolls and have no idea what to do with them. I am brand new to quilting and am very excited to make my first ever quilt!

  104. It is very interesting to find you and hear about your new book. Congratulations on it’s release. I like the system of jelly rolls. They are so easy to use. I was sent to this giveaway by Quilt Hallow’s blog. Thank you for the giveaway, I would be so excited if I were to win.

  105. Hello Kimberly, I was sent by Mary at “Quilt Hollow”. Congrats on the new book, looks like a winner, from the quilts I see. I love using precuts, unfortunately I have to order them online, the shops around here don’t stock many. I’m so glad Mary said to stop by, I think I’ll stay awhile.;->

  106. I mostly work with reproduction (civil war) fabrics, that’s my true love. With lots of little pieces, lots of different fabrics. Every couple quilts, I will use a bali pop or jelly roll and do a quilt in fun wild colors. I like to stretch myself and use colors that I normally don’t. And I’m usually sad when that happy quilt is finished! Thanks for giving me an opportunity to win one of your books. I’m going to sign up to follow your blog, to get an extra chance. Thank you. Michele G

  107. Congratulations on your new book – looks really interesting!
    I have never done anything from precuts, though about a year ago I was seduced by a couple of charm packs. guess what – I still caress them every now and then but have not yet made a quilt from them. I think it’s time to start something.

  108. Hello! Mary from QUilt Hollow suggested that I stop over. Great site.

  109. I have 7 jelly rolls waiting to be magically transformed. Would love to have one of your books. Thanks for the offer. I was sent by The Quilt Hollow Bolg.

    Patty

  110. Congrats!!! I love Jelly Rolls!!! I am currently working on a quilt with layer cakes, but it isn’t as fun. as a jelly roll!

  111. I enjoyed a class with you at Quilter’s Heritage in Lancaster two years ago and bought the pineapple ruler in anticipation of the next year, but the show moved and you weren’t there. I see you’re back!!! Looking forward to learning more about your latest projects.
    Linda

  112. I came over from Quilt Hollow’s blog to have a look at your new book. Congratulations, it certainly looks like a winner. I like using precuts, especially jelly rolls. They’re so versatile and easy to use. I would love to follow you, but there seems to be a problem, so I’ll have to come back again. Which I certainly don’t mind doing. There are so many things to look at and I really liked the video of the Easy Stars wall hanging.

  113. Mary from Quilt Hollow sent me over to enter. Thanks very much, your book looks fantastic. I have one jelly roll that’s been in my stash for years now. I finally got into using and loving charm packs but I’m stuck on what to do with a jelly roll.

  114. Would you believe I have never purchased a jelly roll before? But this wonderful new book gives me the perfect opportunity to fix that and give it a try! Would love to win a copy – congrats on this!

  115. Something fun….I love watching marching bands play. I came over from Quilt Hollow and I’m glad I did. I love finding new-to-me blogs to add to my reading list.

  116. Quilt Hollow sent me to your site. I have been quilting for a while, but have never used Jelly Rolls. Congratulations on your new book. It looks intriguing and has some inspiring quilts in it.

  117. I tried to follow through Google Friend Connect but it’s not working. I am following through Google Reader though.

  118. Hi Mary, of Quilt Hollow sent me. Wow! what a fascinating book. I am a rookie when it comes to precuts. I have been quilting for years but can’t seem to get a grasp on them. I think your book would be a great help. I love the star pattern.
    Congratulations!

  119. Congratulations Kimberly!!! I actually have never used a jelly roll. Most of the precuts that I use are Charm packs. And something fun about myself is that I have read all of Jane Austen’s books even her unfinished works. Okay that isn’t really something fun, but it was the only thing I could think of ๐Ÿ˜‰ Your friend Mary from Quilt Hollow sent me, but I have been reading your blog for a while ๐Ÿ˜‰

  120. I am now a follower.

  121. I am a follower, and I think you know that we are Tampa neighbors.

  122. Actually I spoke to soon. I am not yet a follower because I can’t get the link to come up.

  123. I can’t find the link to follow your blog, but I will keep looking! I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE pre-cuts!

    The biggest challenge I always face when starting a new project is the “first cut” I hate cutting into all that untapped potential! With pre-cuts, the stress is gone and all I have to do is keep going! LOL

    Something “fun” about myself is that when my family of four relocated (a couple of weeks ago) 75% of the packed boxes were mine…and most of those were fabric, quilting supplies, sewing machines, yarn and knitting supplies and the books that accompany my “craftitis”! I don’t think my brother will help us move again!

    I was sent to your link by Mary of Quilt Hollow!

  124. I can’t wait to get my hands on your newest book! I love the way you help me make easy assembly quilts that look so difficult. I give quilts to my family and they assume I do it all includiing design — but only you and I know!

  125. I’m glad that Quilt Hollow mentioned this giveaway! I’ve hit follow for your blog and would love to read your book! I just got a couple of jelly rolls to try out, I’ve used charm packs before but rolls are new to me ๐Ÿ™‚

  126. Hi there! I follow Mary’s blog from Quilt Hollow – she does my quilting for me and is amazing so when she posted about your new book I knew I had to come have a look see! She never steers me wrong! Wow – I love the lone starburst – wow – that one will make me open a jelly roll! They are so cute… I like the way they look in the cubby in my sewing room. I have hesitated to open and actually USE one to make a quilt. :O) The pinked edges kind of intimidate me… (I am easily intimidated by new things in quilting I haven’t done yet!) I have been known to sew and rip apart and resew the same two ends of binding together wrong three times on the same quilt when I was trying to join the ends of the binding to sew together to attach to the last few inches of my quilt top… cannot seem to figure out how to twist and turn them and sew at an angle and get it right the first time… oy vey… my husband walked by- took one look at me… I told him what I was doing (he is a math whiz) and he simply grabbed both ends and turned them in a flash and had them just like I needed them… go figure…. Looking forward to seeing your new book! I don’t have a blog, but if I did – I’d send them your way! :O) Bari Jo

  127. Congrats on the new book. I just love books and can’t stop buying precuts. So many ideas and not enough time!!!

    Judy

  128. Congratulations, I love pre-cuts as I hate cutting. Thanks for the chance to win your book.

  129. Quilt Hollow sent me over to your blog, and I really would LOVE to have this book. Thanks for the giveaway.

  130. Mary from Quilt Hollow told me about your new book. I have jelly rolls but haven’t used them yet. I think it’s about time. October 6 is my birthday and I can’t think of a better way to celebrate than to be a winner of your book. Congratulations on your accomplishment.

  131. Almost missed this wonderful Give-A-Way. Weekend has been busy with the local Alzheimers Walk. I was reading Mary’s Blog and read about this wonderful new book, and I’m excited.

  132. I read about your book on Quilt Hollow- although I have used other pre-cuts but have never bought a jelly roll but yesterday at our Quilt Guild meeting someone showed us a quilt and all the things one can do with a jelly roll so will try it. I am a follower. Thanks for having a giveaway.

  133. Love your book. Sure would help me use up some stash. I’m adding you to my google reader.

  134. Actually I’d like to win the book for my Mom. She’s in her 80s and still having fun quilting though her eyesight is pretty bad. So Jelly Rolls and precuts are perfect for her to work with.

  135. Oops. I forgot to say Mary Flynn sent me over! ๐Ÿ™‚

  136. Thankyou for the opportunity to win this fabulous book. I visited your blog after visiting Quilt Hollow………….. and I know I’m going to keep coming back.!!!!!What wonderful inspiration on your blog, I’m time poor, and really like the idea of pre cut fabrics, however, a lot of the jelly roll patterns start to look the same, the patterns in this book certainly don’t fall into that category. Something fun about myself??? I love collecting old bottles. Something quirky about myself………. I take my cat for a walk every morning…….. I love watching the antics she gets up to! Good luck with everything, and I’m now a regular visitor!!

  137. Congrats on your new book! I LOVE your other two. Thanks for the giveaway. Good luck with your book sales. I’m sure it will be grand.

  138. came over from quilt hollow and just wanted to let you know that i am excited about new books using jelly rolls and other precuts. maybe you can help me use my collection so that i can renew my stash. Really looking forward to seeing it when it arrives at my LQS

  139. I love pre-cuts! I am terrible at putting colors together. Jelly rolls make things simple for me and I don’t have to worry about colors. Quilt Hollow sent me!

  140. Congratulations on your new book Kimberly!
    Mary from Quilt Hollow sent me over, so I am new to your blog.
    I looove the look of your Lone Starburst quilt.

    I haven’t used precuts much in the past, just one layer cake and 2 jelly rolls.

  141. Congratulations on your new book! How exciting to see your projects and name on a book. I love using jelly rolls for projects. Lately, I’ve like making my own jelly roll from fabric in my stash. Looking forward to seeing your new book!

  142. I’m a new follower and liking what I see. Congratulations on your new book!

  143. I guess I would call myself a jelly roll veteran and I do like them a lot for certain projects.

  144. I am new to your site. I am excited about the things I see. Thanks for sharing and good luck with the book. I tried to follow you but the follow link is not working. Please let me know when it is back up.

  145. I really like layer cakes. Not really sure what to do with them, I guess I just like collecting them – LOL!!! Congrats on your new book!

  146. Mary from Quilt Hollow sent me over and I’m so glad she did. I love this Lonestar burst pattern and if there are more unique ones like that in your book then I’m sold! I’ve done Jelly Roll quilts but I’ve found I prefer to cut my own strips since I like mixing things up with fabric I already have….that is unless I find a Jelly Roll I just can’t resist! Something interesting about me………hmmm………..as far as quilting I just designed a quilt for my son of his mission memories that is off at the quilter’s. I’ll be posting it as soon as it’s back and I’ve given it to him on Dec. 16th! Yup, I know when he’s coming home from his 2-year mission from our church and I can hardly wait!! I’m going now to become a follower as soon as I find where your button is.

  147. Congratulations on the new book…it looks fantastic! And thanks to Mary from Quilt Hollow who sent me over here to check it out.

  148. Hello~
    I was sent over here from “Quilt Hallow” ! ๐Ÿ™‚ I love jelly roll’s!
    Something fun about me… I recently joined a quilt block swap and I am really enjoying it! ๐Ÿ™‚
    Well, thanks for the giveaway and for a chance! On to follow!!
    Blessings~
    Lori- Marie

  149. Congratulations on your “New Book” Kimberly! I’m in the middle of a jelly roll as we speak…. Dresden Plate with Greens /Purples still in the sorting stage. Think l will end up with 15 in quilt….6 place mats….or table runner.

  150. Hi again…trying to become a follower, but…umm…really, (really quite voice,) I cannot find the follower link?? :'( Thanks

  151. Okay…I must be clueless here. I don’t see WHERE to sign up to be a follower. If I saw that, I would sign up, of course!!! I was also sent by Mary at Quilt Hollow…on the day she sent some of us here and we kept getting error messages….and I was the one who kept trying and trying and then asked Mary why I was getting the error message and then she asked YOU and then I found out it wasn’t working yet. So….here I am at your blog scratching my head and TRYING to become a follower. (If you let me know how to do it, I’ll come back and sign up!!!)

  152. I am fairly new to jelly rolls and really like precut pieces to use. I have MS and tire easily so I can use all the help I can get! Mary from Quilt Hollow sent me here. So far all I have read looks very enticing. Thanks, Jill

  153. Hi, I came from Quilt Hollow, Mary sent me here. I love working with precuts. I like the thought of the cutting finished for me and how much easier it is to start a new project! Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

  154. Congratulations on the book. I am a quilter (mostly part time!) and with big absences of any sewing activity when other things take over my life. I have not sewn with pre cuts of any kind since they are not available in my country. I would certainly love to though.

  155. I forgot I came over from Quilt Hollow.

  156. Congrats on the new book!! Pretty exciting, eh? I was on the Quilt Hollow website and she recommended that her readers come over here and take a look. I’ve never used Jelly Rolls, never used anything precut other than 5″ squares (although I didn’t use them in their square form) so I’d be very interested to see how to use Jelly Rolls to make a quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

  157. Congrats on your new book! It looks wonderful! thanks for the lovely giveaway. I am over here from Quilt Hollow and glad to have come. Trying to follow ๐Ÿ™‚ blogger just not cooperating ! thanks again!

  158. Hi! Your new book looks fantastic! I have collected a few jellyrolls (love to have the whole collection of a fabric) and have uses one so far. Would love to win your book to try the next one. So when I read about the give-away at Quilt Hollow…
    Hugs!

  159. I have never worked with precuts before, but I was just gifted a jelly roll. I haven’t been drawn to the jelly roll books I have seen in the the LQS, so when Mary, at Quilt Hollow had a link to this I thought I would give it a look. I love the quilts you show–they look like quilts, not something that was thrown together as a reason to use up a bunch of fabric strips. I would love to win this book and use up my jelly roll and then move on to my drawer full of 2 1/2 inch strips to make a few more quilts from the book.

  160. Congrats on the website and the new book. I love the cover of the book. I love the look of jelly rolls with all their yummy colours bundled up together.

  161. Oh forgot to say I came over from Quilt Hollow as well, but have already been a fan of yours for ages.

  162. Congratulations on your new book. I must admit that untill now I haven’t sewn with precuts. I do have a jellyroll waiting for the right pattern. I would love to win your book, so I can use it!
    PS Quilt Hollow sent me over.

  163. I have done a couple of jelly roll quilts and love the convenience of the precuts strips. Quilt Hollow sent me over to your wonderful site.

  164. Got here because of Quilt Hollow (thanks!) and just recently started working with precuts. Congratulations and thanks for this chance.

  165. I really like the look of this book, you’re right, I would never guess they came from pre-cuts. I do love pre-cuts, but sometimes I just don’t want to do the same old thing with them. Thanks for the inspiration.

  166. Mary from Quilt Hollow mentioned your blog and that we should all come on over and see your new website. As a bonus we could maybe win a copy of your new book PLUS a new ruler! Now who, pray tell, can resist a deal like that?! Not I, said the little red hen! I don’t have a website and I have never had a jelly roll of fabric. I have seen some that I really liked but passed them up because I had never found a quilt that I felt compelled to make from a jelly roll. I mean what if I didn’t care for it when finished or something silly like that? After all, I have never seen a quilt I didn’t like. I don’t know where I am supposed to be to sign up to be a follower of your blog, so I will just tell you this. I will add you to my extensive list of daily blogs to read. What more can I do? Your website is wonderful, by the way.

  167. Congratulations on your new book. I’d love to be the winner of one of your prizes. I haven’t used a jelly roll in any quilt project – yet!. I did make a charm square quilt for my sister and what I did like was how all the fabrics coordinated with each other. What I don’t like is that I couldn’t find any more of the charm packs when I finally got around to making the quilt (3 years after purchasing!!). Mary at Quilt Hollow sent me here. Thanks!

  168. I tried to sign up to be a follower, but couldn’t find where to do it! This book looks fantastic. I have some jelly rolls, but haven’t done a quilt with one yet. I love the sticks and stones quilt – I think I need this book for inspiration! I was directed here by Mary from Quilt Hollow – and I’m glad I came over!

  169. This looks such a great book!
    Count me in please!

  170. I would like to be a follower but I can’t see where to sign up! I’ll check back later!
    Forgot to say that Mary from Quilt Hollow sent me!

  171. I love the look of the newest book and I have more than enough jelly rolls in my stash to make one of each!!! ;~) Mary at Quilt Hallow sent me over here and I am glad she did.

  172. Another drop by from mary @ Quilt Hollow.. congrats on your book!! I love strip quilting and the Jelly roll is perfect for what I love to put together.. Still looking for inspirations for those sewn together strips!! Hugs.

  173. Just heard about you from Mary at Quilt Hollow …and looking at some of your quilts on this site I can’t wait to buy the book. I like the Idea of one Jellyroll and background fabric..Loved the fractured Starburst. I am a new follower. MaryBeth

  174. Congratulations on your new book, it looks like something I need to get! I will become a follower as soon as I can, will check back later. Mary from Quilt Hollow sent me your way! Thanks

  175. I love jellyrolls!! I love to see them stacked up, I love to count them and fondle them. Why, I have even rolled one of them. . . now if I could just persuade myself to actually use one of them!

    Perhaps your new book will do the trick; of course, I do have your second book but maybe my quilt is in the newest book!

  176. oops! I meant I even unrolled one! Just the thought of actually cutting one obviously is tramatic for me.

  177. My third comment/entry – I’ve spread the news of your new book on my blog at Ten Quilts. I can’t wait to get a copy!

  178. Hi,

    I love scrappy quilts and your pictures on your website are awesome. I can’t wait to see your book. I’d love to win it too. Contratulations on your book!!!!

  179. I just love your last book and cant wait to see the new book. My youngest 2 girls keep taking my book….they love to look at the quilts…I find my book all over the house. I have not used any pre-cuts yet but I really hope to soon, now that all my kids are in school this year I hope to have a few more min of quilting time. I have 4 kids so quilting time is very little lately. I am a stay-up -late-in- my -jammies and quilt person. I just got a new sewing machine for my 25th wedding anniversary and I am trying to learn all its great features. Ilona recommened your site and I have been following your blog for about 2 yrs. Thanks for all the new ideas in quilting.
    Julie Harrington

    PS I have a 13 yr old daughter that is learning to sew and wants to make a quilt in the future–she hasn’t picked out her pattern yet.

  180. I confess – I’m a Jelly Roll newbie. I’ve always kinda enjoyed cutting up my own fabric. It’s that hands-on thing, I guess. But I’m not averse to adding a little simplicity to my lif!. In fac,t right this very minute there are a couple of jelly rolls hanging out on my shelf. I just haven’t quite found the “right” pattern for them yet – maybe your book will give me the inspiration I need!

  181. Congrats on your new book. It looks great. Mary Flynn sent me over!

  182. Congratulations on the release of your newest book! Your kitties are so adorable ๐Ÿ™‚ I do love precuts, though I find myself leaving them out “to admire” before I can take them apart to sew with. I am new to your blog, came via Mary @ Quilt Hollow, and have now placed you on my list to follow:)

  183. I love jelly rolls…I love your amazing quilts…I love your amazing books…and I was sent over by Quilt Hollow…I am so happy to have found you! I want to be a follower, but for now, I will check your blog and will put you on my favorites list!
    Cheers!

  184. Mary at Quilt Hollow said to come on over. I like what I saw in your new book. That quilt with stars and a place to sign too would be really fun to do.

  185. Back again! I am now a follower of your blog through Google Friend Connect.

    I like your Lone Starburst quilt even better today!

  186. Looks like a great book!!! Came over to say HI! Mary from Quilt Hollow sent me over. ๐Ÿ™‚

  187. Mary from Quilt Hollow was right … I’ve just gotta get a copy of your book now ๐Ÿ™‚ Gorgeous quilts and what a fun blog! THank you so much for sharing your pattern brilliance ๐Ÿ™‚ Oodles of delish to look through! Congratulations on having your third book in print!!

  188. Mary from Quilt Hollow was soooo right … I’m just gonna have to find a copy of your book now ๐Ÿ˜‰ I really like the looks of your pre-cut patterns, so thank you! Congratulations on having your third book in print …. Way Cool!!

  189. Just saw this book over at Quilt Hollow. Congratulations on your new book. The quilts do look really nice. I have usually worked with charm squares but am now ready to try some jelly rolls. I am a new follower.

  190. Congratulations on your new book. I am going to make the lone starburst as soon as I get a copy of your book. I have some batiks that would be great for this quilt. I came here after reading Mary’s ‘Quilt Hollow’ blog post about your giveaway. Love your new web site.

  191. I just joined and I love your site. I want to make a jelly roll quilt. I just started quilting and am having so much fun. You are an inspiration. grace

  192. I forgot to mention Mary at Quilt Hollow sent me. I am so new to the game here. LoL

  193. Congrats on the book. It looks great!

  194. Hearty congratulations on your 3rd published book. Your new quilt designs are making me look at my fabric with excitement. I have a very large stash, and unfortunately that doesn’t include very many jelly rolls. But I’m a 2″ strip cutting machine when I find jelly roll patterns that I’d like to make. I headed your way from Mary at Quilt Hollow. I’m glad she sent me.

  195. Just found your website and blog by reading the Quilt Hollow blog. I love reading blogs and will be adding you to my Google Reader! I own one Jelly Roll and am afraid to use it, it looks so pretty all wrapped up on that circle. Guess it would look even nicer in a quilt! I would love to win your book, congratulations!

  196. congratulations on your book – I use pre-cuts, but not exclusively. They are really handy for a variety of fabrics that always look good together and sometimes for a particular style of fabric that I want for a special gift but don’t love for myself. For example, thirties fabric or some kids’ prints.

  197. Your book looks great and congratulations!

  198. CONGRATS on your new book ! Can’t wait to see it !
    Your creativity is amazing, your patterns do NOT look like so much of the SOSO quick quilts out there … I love that LS Starburst. Both my daughter and 2 nieces have really taken to quilting, with all the fun precuts and great fabrics. This summer they made a number of quick quilts and projects, I had a lot of fun teaching them and they had a blast sewing together ! Thanks for the giveaway !

  199. CONGRATS on your new book ! Can’t wait to see it !
    Your creativity is amazing, your patterns do NOT look like so much of the SOSO quick quilts out there … I love that LS Starburst. Both my daughter and 2 nieces have really taken to quilting, with all the fun precuts and great fabrics. This summer they made a number of quick quilts and projects, I had a lot of fun teaching them and they had a blast sewing together ! Oh I’m here by way of Quilt Hollow … Thanks for the giveaway !

  200. This looks like a great book. I’m already in love with “Lonestar Burst” and the cover quilt, and I haven’t actually seen the book yet! I came over from Quilt Hollow… I’ve made several quilts from jelly rolls, but they are all the “strippy” kind. I’d like to make some that have a different look.

  201. I’m a brand new follower of your blog. Love the kitty!

  202. Hello! I would like to enter to win your book! I am as new as a newbie can be. I have done stitching and embroidery before, but never quilting. I have recently decided to try my hand a quilting. I was sent over here by Quilt Hollow: http://www.quilthollow.com/2011/10/jelly-roll-quilt-magic-book-giveaway.html

  203. I am a new follower on the Google Friend connect. I was sent here by Quilt Hollow.

  204. I was sent here by Quilt Hollow although I know you (remember me from Wenatchee, WA) would have checked it out anyway. HAHA Your new books looks so intriguing and since I have your other two books, I NEED this one!! Love those pics of quilts, especially the lone star one! Gorgeous! Congrats, Kimberly

  205. I followed a link from Quilt Hollow too! Hmmm, something fun about me? Well, I’ve been collecting jelly rolls, but haven’t cut any of the “store bought” ones yet. I have used some that I cut for myself. I’m currently making a quilt that uses 3 different fabrics in each of 36 blocks. So, as I press and cut what I need for each of those blocks, I cut a 2 1/2″ strip off to make a different quilt. I’d love to win your book and use these strips in a new pattern!

  206. Hi, first of all, thank you for organizing this great give away. Your book looks awesome to me. I am a real yellyroll lover, already finished two quilts with yellyroll and bought nr 3 roll yet and making plans for this one. I like the speed (and great effect) with which you can sew a complete quilt with a yellyroll and good pattern. For me, a working quilter with a shotage off time that’s great!
    I like to go and follow your blog by now and put a post at my blog too about this great give away

  207. Congratulations on your new book! I am a jelly roll rookie. Bought one a few months ago and it is still untouched. Have no clue what to do with it. I am really curious to see your patterns and appreciate the chance to win your book very much! I love a good book and a good pattern. Again, Congratulations!

  208. i am a new follower

  209. Something funny about me? Well I am the willing slave of my lovely dog en co-writer Tara and the loving wife of my DP (Dear Partner) John and the step-mother of his son and fearther an adict of quilting and cross stitching, is that fun enough? Smile! Greetings
    Lida

  210. Opps! Forgot to mention that Mary from Quilt Hollow informed me of your new book and giveaway!

  211. I found your blog from QUILT HOLLOW…..just recently got into readin quilt blogs – and she has sooo many great other blog links on her sidebar…then she had a photo of your new book – and I’m drawn in just from the cover. Well – never used a jelly roll yet – but I’d love to try…something funny about me?? Hmmm….well – I’m one that can help pick out fabric colors for others and their projects – quicker then I can pick out colors for myself….funny – maybe not – but frustrating sure it. THanks for a chance to win!!!!!

  212. Your new book looks great. I was over at Quilt Hollow and just had to come and see what the fuss was about.
    I haven’t done a lot with Jelly Rolls but have cut a lot of 2-1/2″ strips for quilting. My stash needs reducing and strips is a great way to do it. We have recently started a strip club and some of the girls have made quilts from Jelly Rolls and they look really good. October 6 is a great day for a give-away – your book would make a great birthday gift. Thanks for giving us this opportunity. Good luck with your new book!

  213. I do like pre-cuts. Very economically. I just wish the cuts were a little more precise. I’ve been a follower for quite awhile thru my blog reader. Congrats on the new book and website. I really like your designs.

  214. I ‘m a dutch quilter and I like to work with colors. That is why my blog has his name “Colorfullliving” I mostly buy my fabric because of his color, and I never bought pre-cuts. This year on my anniversary I got a Jellyrol and I was very pleased with it. greetings from the Netherlands from Liesbeth

  215. I can’t wait to see your new book

  216. Meow, meow….meoooow. (will that help my chances? meow?) I am new to your blog and am about to add it to my feeds…I’m pretty much new to quilting, consider myself to be a beginner/intermediate and have NEVER bought precut jelly rolls, or charm packs, etc. Tho I am sure they are in my future. Got your info from quilting hollow…

  217. Mary from Quilt Hollow sent me. I love jelly rolls and have made a few quilts from them. The new book looks great and I’d love to own it.

  218. Mary sent over to check things out…the new website looks professional yet fun. The pictures from your new book look amazing. The lonestar quilt is one I’d really like to see more of.

  219. What a lovely is your new book!

    Kind regards, Beertje Zonn

  220. I love precuts! I could collect them all if given enough money. ๐Ÿ™‚ not only are they a time save, but them look great sitting around my studio.

  221. Congrats on your latest book, and your website looks great! I am a huge precut fan, really the only yardage I buy now is the 4 B’s fabric (AKA Backgrounds, Borders, Binding, Backing) to go with my precuts!

  222. I am a follower of your blog!

  223. Hi, it’s the first time I visite you. I’ll never made a quilt using a jelly roll…. It’s time to try ๐Ÿ˜‰
    I signed in to follow your blog. Please viste mine.
    Love from Holland,
    Wilma

  224. Als ik een avond niks te doen heb (komt niet vaak voor) ga ik achter de computer zitten en ga ik mij lekker maken met het lezen van alle weblogs die onder mijn favorieten staan. Jou weblog/site is er een van. Ik vind het leuk om te lezen en te zien wat anderen maken. Soms haal ik er ook ideeen van af.

  225. I am sure this book will be just as good as the last one. I love to make quilts with 2 1/2″ strips, but I like to make it scrappy.

  226. Congrats!!!!!Your book looks great. Thanks for the chance to win one.
    Great blog to xxx

  227. I really love working with jelly rolls. I only did it once in making a large quilt for my daughters new bedroom. It was a great way to make it quickly and neat ๐Ÿ™‚ Congratulations on your book. When it’s as nice on the inside as it is on the outside, it will be a fabulous book! I’m sure. I live in Belgium and I’m quilting and patching since 2009. I’m hooked, addicted and get very nasty when I don’t have time to take my needle and fabricx ๐Ÿ™‚ Don’t laugh !!!!
    You can see my daughters quilt on my blog if you’re interested. It’s in blues and reds (with the cat on top of it ๐Ÿ™‚ )

  228. gefeliciteerd met je boek. graag doe ik een gooi naar de give-away

  229. I realy looking forward to your book. I hope they will sell it in the Netherlands to.
    I have learn quilting bij reading quiltbooks en than try and try , till i now howe to do it.
    Bright collors are my favourite.
    They just make a quilt sparkle as if its hanging in the sun.

  230. I may be too late for the give away but I can still say CONGRATULATION!! Can’t wait to get my hands on this book…looks like another winner!!
    Take care!
    Paulette

  231. Congratulations on your book, it looks great.

  232. I’m fairly new to jelly rolls. My first experience was ‘Garden Beauty’ with Bali Pops. I think I bought the wrong style roll for what I was making. It did turn out better than I expected while it was “in progress”. I am anxious to see your book
    in person. If the cover is any indication, it looks to hold many fun and glorious adventures.

  233. Hi Kimberly,
    Congrats on your new book release and website!
    I love 2 1/2″ strips and jelly rolls. Just saw you ‘Lone Starburst’ on of all places ‘Pinterest’. Already selected the fabrics to make it.
    I think you have been to our quilt guilt not to long ago….NSQG in Illinois. Anyway would love to have you add me to your give-a-way “wink-wink”. Well, off to check out your new website. ttl

    • Thanks so much, Pamela. I’m so glad you like Lone Starburst. Unfortunately, that giveaway ended quite a bit ago. But thank you so much for reading through my blog!

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