The plan was to make it as a baby quilt for a charity project my quilt guild is doing. But I’m going to have to wait and see how it looks when finished. The JellyRoll concept is pretty cool, but the problem is that you can’t really tell what the fabrics look like until you unroll them.
These are not really “baby-looking” prints, but it could still work out OK for a baby quilt.
It’s nice to have the basic strips already cut for sewing together.
It makes for quick work to put together 4-patch blocks that are then bordered with the remaining strips. The hardest part is figuring out which border strips to use with which blocks. They could be done totally randomly, but I want to make sure that I distribute the colors and print sizes well.