JustSewOlivia

JustSewOlivia

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5 years ago @ http://www.justsewoliv... - Tutorial: Fabric Lead... · 0 replies · +1 points

Great!  Glad it was helpful!  Happy quilting!  

5 years ago @ http://www.justsewoliv... - Tutorial: Fabric Lead... · 0 replies · +1 points

Christie, 

I'm so glad the post helped!  I remember when I first decided to make new leaders...there just wasn't much out there.  Happy quilting!

Olivia

7 years ago @ http://www.justsewoliv... - Tutorial: Scrappy Cha... · 0 replies · +6 points

Anna, 

Great idea! I love that! 

Thanks for reading. :)

Olivia

7 years ago @ http://www.justsewoliv... - Top 10 Tips for Workin... · 0 replies · +6 points

Great idea! Thank you for sharing!

7 years ago @ http://www.justsewoliv... - Tutorial: Fabric Lead... · 0 replies · +1 points

Cathy Marie, What a great way to improvise and accomplish the same thing! (I bet yours looks much more fashionable, too.) :)

7 years ago @ http://www.justsewoliv... - Tutorial: Basic Jelly... · 0 replies · +6 points

Sandy,

No, I don't. That's an interesting point, though. I haven't had any problems, but I'll keep an eye out! 

Take care!

Olivia

7 years ago @ http://www.justsewoliv... - Tutorial: Basic Jelly... · 0 replies · +6 points

Sandra,

My apologies for taking so long to reply...I
think it was a line called Spa by designer Kate Spain and produced by Moda. It's out of print, but sometimes you can find after market sellers on eBay or Etsy who have remaining jelly rolls of OOP fabric. 

Unfortunately, I couldn't find any for this line when I looked today, but there are usually one or two pretty blue and white lines out there at any given time. Fat Quarter Shop and Missouri Star usually have the trending precuts in stock. (That's not a paid endorsement, just my personal experience.) 

Best wishes on the fabric treasure hunt!

Olivia

7 years ago @ http://www.justsewoliv... - Tutorial: Basic Jelly... · 0 replies · +6 points

Heather, 

You definitely could stitch in the ditch. I didn't have to use any stabilizer. I quilted it on a longarm, but even if you're working on a domestic machine, you can use your preferred basting method, whether it's pinning or spray or thread basting.

Hope that helps!

Olivia

7 years ago @ http://www.justsewoliv... - Tutorial: Basic Jelly... · 0 replies · +6 points

Andrea,

What a fun idea! I'm sure either way would work, but I think the easiest would be to start with the first and go right into he second. You just have to pay really close attention to stopping cutting it in half when you get to the right width for the bed you're planning around.

Have fun and share a picture when you're done! I sure would love to know how it all turns out!

Olivia

7 years ago @ http://www.justsewoliv... - JustSewOlivia Pattern ... · 0 replies · +2 points

Belinda, you've got this! :) I'm available to answer any questions via email at olivia@justsewolivia.com. I can't wait to see what you do! I hope you'll share pictures of your project. Best wishes, Olivia