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  • Judy Smith

    These jelly roll quilts are a variation on the simple Log Cabin Courthouse Steps block, made with precut strips. You start with a center rectangle made from three strips, then alternate adding dark and light strips around the outside of the rectangle. Click through the pink for a Courthouse Steps tutorial at QuiltersDiary.com.

  • Angie Picado

    Jelly roll quilt pattern

  • Mary Pearce

    Big Block Jelly Logs Quilt pattern $9.50 on Craftsy at http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/quilting/home-decor/big-block-jelly-logs/62413

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Love, love, love this! It has all the things I love in a quilt. Black, bright colors and movement. Wonderful!

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Don't love the curvy log cabin blocks, but I do love the off-centre block placement.

Log Cabin quilt 2004...like the way the blocks are laid out

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