Not all quilts are made with squares and triangles. These lovely quilts were all made with stripes and strips. You can surprise yourself with how creative you can be with a jelly roll as your palette.
Christine made this beautiful sage green and ivory quilt for her nephew. Using the Toss Up Pantograph, she learned to use our long arm machines on this Woodland Winter Quilt.
Valerie made this fun camouflage quilt for her husband. The variety of camo styles adds quite of bit texture and color. Stripes are used in the wild as a way to confuse predators. I can almost see a forest of trees in this quilt.
This is a jelly roll race quilt. It can be pieced in about an hour. Judy made this for a coworker who loves dogs. If you look carefully her jelly roll had a lot of dog prints. What a thoughtful gift for a friend!
I love the colors of this sweet little quilt. Kathleen made this with our China Grove pantograph, a good choice for this piece.
With precut strips or ones you’ve cut yourself, piecing can be done quickly with long stripes while still creating beautiful and complicated designs.