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Karen Longo

My last jelly roll purchase was Moda's Coming Home.


The last jelly roll I purchase was a blender roll from jelly rollfabrics.com This is the frist giveaway I have entered. Thanks

Susie Wagenaar

The last jelly roll I used was "Nutmeg" by Kaufmann fabrics. I made a purse with it.
I loved reading the blog today. Thank you for the giveaways.
Merry Christmas to all.

Patricia Weldon

Sweet Serenade is the last jelly roll I used! I love your giveaway!

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Thank you for posting this! Look forward to utilizing the rulers, book & suggestions too!
With warm regards for Blessed Holidays to all who read this!

Lori Michel

Hi, love your blog, such hi excitement, must have a guy stop by my place to take inpromptu photos... Ok, I will have to admit, I do not buy new fabric, I love to find vintage fabrics and make my own, jelly rolls,layer cakes and charm packs.... I am an avid recycler, so found fabric goes right to my soul.......

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