Here’s what you can do with your spare Jelly Roll strips and stash: construct a gorgeous quilt! Kimberly made her Jelly Roll Scrap Quilt with 13 additional Jelly Roll strips left over from another quilt, as well as extra background. Check out her starching skills, you can also DIY and make your own spray starch for quilting.
1. Mix 1 1/2 tbsp cornstarch with 2 cups of distilled water until all lumps are dissolved.
Enjoy a brief quilting time lapse of Kimberly constructing the quilt after watching a basic block instruction with additional Jelly Roll strips!
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