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What's happened to layer cakes and charm packs. I'm yet to find a straight layer cake square or charm square. It's gotten to the point that I'm cutting my own from fat quarter bundles. I have a gazillion fat quarters, so I guess I favor them. Jelly Rolls would come in a very close second, but be careful They are not guaranteed to be exactly 2.

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Quilts from Textured Solids: 20 Rich Projects to Piece & Applique : Kim Schaefer :

There are some awesome ideas and patterns here! Since I have never been able to buy pre-cuts, I don't have a favorite, but I think they'd all be fun in their own ways. I think I've seen the most patterns for the jelly rolls. Jelly rolls for sure! I like how they can be rearranged to make patterns. Plus, you don't have to cut them up as much as you do with fat quarters. I do like fat quarters for non-quilting projects though. Jelly rolls are great. I want to make more with those. Normally I use fat quarter bundles. I love charm packs and jelly rolls the best! And those mini charms are addictive!

I love jelly rolls!!

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I love the interplay of colors within a line and knowing that they all coordinate! Followed closely by charm squares, as attested to by the quantity of them in my stash! I love charm squares but am not fussy as it is a process and a rewarding one each and every time I make a quilt.

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I just love to make quilts for any and all occasions and my main goal is this year is for charity quilts. I use charm squares the most, but also jelly rolls, layer cakes fat quarters. I just finished Desert Sky PP with fat qtrs, a baby quilt with charms am cutting out another baby quilt with a jelly roll. I have used them all.

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My next choice is fabric by the yard - which I really, really like as there is more choices. I have used several jelly rolls and only recently a couple of layer cakes I prefer fat quarters, jelly rolls are nice but I have more versatility with fat quarters. My favorite products I love to see with is jelly rolls.

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I have sewn with them all but it seem to me is jelly rolls give me more of a variety of pattern to choose from. Plus the squares made from jelly rolls, using strip sets turn out to look more complicated than what they are. It makes me look more like a well seasoned quilter than what I am. I would say I'm a confidendt quilter.


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I have used them all but the jelly rollsas I have cut my own for any of the quilts that call for 2. I have at least jelly roll sets but just haven't found the right quilt to use them yet. No preference. I use them all. Depends on the pattern I'm making at the time. I love to work with jelly rolls. They are sooo versatile and soooo convenient!! I really like working with fat quarters but, the layer cakes are okay, too.

Helping my granddaughters quilt as beginners, the larger pieces were easier to manage. Hi fk7gma ! You have won our comment contest. An editor will be in touch via email shortly. Kaylee, Editor. I have used the jelly rolls and love them. I have also tried the charm packs and a few fat quarters but need more patterns for them.

My favorite is Jelly Rolls. There are sooooo many patterns available for them. The variety never ends. I haven't tried the jelly rolls yet but my favorite is the charm packs!!! Almost no cutting needed!!! I am a new quilter. Have used fat quarters, yardage and 10" squares. But have "started" my stash with jelly rolls and charm packs. Looking forward to using my jelly rolls! I have not had a lot of experience with jelly rolls, but I do use the charm packs quite often.

Projects work up so much faster when I do not have to do all that cutting. I love the Jelly Rolls - I use them to make quilts and purses and other projects that come along. They are great for making Charity quilts too. I love working with all of them, especially jelly rolls for a fast and colouful quilt but I think layer cakes are my favourite right now.

I like fat quarters becase they are versatile enough to be cut into different size squares or rectangles or even left whole to be used for larger projects.


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I love fat quarter bundles because there are so many projects I can use them for. I have bought the jelly rolls but have never had the core yet to try making anything!

I usually use big block patterns only! I have used the charm packs a couple times, and love the convenience of the squares already cut. Jelly roll quilts are fast. I also like working with charms as they make a quick quilt as well.

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I can't seem to find the 24 free jelly roll quilts. Everything I click on goes to the same page, or doesn't let me click on it. Hi, Jdiestel!