DIY Jelly Rolls from Recycled Men Shirts


DIY Jelly Rolls from Recycled Men Shirts

jelly rolls quilting recycled mens shirts
how to diy jelly rolls quilt making

The first is Joy from Joy’s Jotsshots. She so soulfully explains the origins of quilting and shares how to make your own quilting making jelly rolls by using up old fabrics such as recycled men shirts. I love this idea. (It’s a great alternative to this: Recycled men shirts into cool girl dresses – a guest post that was published a little while ago.)

Learn more about all the techniques and all the trimming here at Joysjotsshots

Other party features:

DIY Nursery Baby Bedroom Bedding in Creams and Purples

What’s best about this baby room is the color scheme, and what’s second best is the gorgeous choices of fabrics and designs. Sometimes baby rooms have become a tat too frilly for my taste.

DIY Nursery Baby Bedroom Bedding in Creams and Purples

I think that the collection of photos look a lot better than this single shot, so I think you’ll have to hop over to see all @The Champagne Supernova.

And here is our new party:

SHARE IT linky party #21

Party Ideals

As always, have fun, bring a friend, check out others, and it would be nice if you’d link back to the party. A link in your post will do. No items for sale/linky party posts. The ideas is to share our DIY/crafts, both the end results as well as the howto’s. Please don’t post anything commercial because that doesn’t match.

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Thank you again for partying with us!! I appreciate you sharing your wonderful ideas. The party isn’t the same without you! Till next week!

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