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Turn those enticing fabric bundles into a baker's dozen of fun, fast, fabulous quilts! Love the quilts but don't have just the right precut fabric pack? Kimberly provides alternate yardage requirements for every quilt. Beginner's paradise! Kimberly cleverly combines basic units to create one-of-a-kind designs that may look complex but are easy to assemble. These dynamic quilts are perfect for quilters of all skill levels and are easily adaptable for weekend projects. As your very own personal quilting coach, Kimberly's signature 'Try This!' sections offer creative ideas, design suggestions, humorous stories, anecdotes, and tasty recipes. She'll share all sorts of fast and efficient piecing techniques guaranteed to improve your accuracy while saving you time and fabric!
|Number of Pages||96|
|Number of Illustrations||182|
|Dimensions||8.50" x 11.00" x .30"|
|Publisher||American Quilter's Society|
- Jelly Roll Quilts & More — Review by Down Under Quilts
Kimberly Einmo shows you how to turn those delicious little packs of pre-cut strips, squares, and triangles into fun and fabulous quilts. Ten quilts plus four one-block wonders will entice you to get ready, get set, and sew! (Alternate cutting requirements are given so you can work from yardage also.) The introduction is simple and to the point and the instructions are easy to follow. -- www.downunderquilts.com.au | 7
(Posted on 5/28/10)
- Packs of precut fabric pieces become wonderful quilts in no time! — Review by McCall's Quilting
- Includes yardage and cutting requirements for fabrics from the bolt, too, making this book user-friendly no matter what type of fabric you’ve got on hand. 14 easy patterns and step-by-step instructions. --McCall’s Quilting, July/August 2010, page 12. (Posted on 5/28/10)
- This book provides hours of fun! — Review by allpeoplequilt.com
- If you love the ease of precuts, this book will provide hours of fun. Kimberly Einmo offers approachable advice, helpful tips, yummy recipes, and 10 precut-friendly quilt patterns. --ALLPEOPLEQUILT.COM, August 2010, page 12. (Posted on 5/28/10)
- Einmo’s “Jelly Roll Quilts & More” — Review by James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief
- Kimberly Einmo’s “Jelly Roll Quilts & More” tells how to use pre-cut strips, squares and triangles, and pairs stories, design suggestions and more with its instructions. Ten quilts plus four one-block wonders are outstanding presentations. --James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief, The Midwest Book Review, The Needlecraft Shelf, March 2010. (Posted on 3/15/10)
- Jelly Roll Quilts & More — Review by Barb, Me & My Sister Designs
Check out the jelly roll on the cover…Its our Birdie! I admit that it’s what drew me to the book, but after I looked inside I had to have it. Not only does the book have a beautiful “Birdie” jelly roll on the cover, but it also has some great quilts that I hope to make someday. I think that my favorite is “Honey Bun Cabins”.
I love the fun tips that she (Einmo) gives throughout the book, especially the one about fusible web not storing well. So don’t stock up when it is on sale. I did not know that!!!
It’s by Kimberly Einmo and gets two thumbs up! Good Job! (Posted on 3/4/10)
- Lots of quick and easy quilt patterns to try. — Review by Kristen
- The title says it all. There is a lot more to this book than just patterns. Not only did I find a lot of great quilts to make using 2-1/2” strips and 10” squares, but Kimberly has included a wealth of knowledge and fantastic tips to make quilting a true joy. Reading through her directions and helpful hints is almost like having your own personal quilt instructor right beside you. The directions and diagrams are well laid out and very easy to follow. There’s even a few recipes thrown in as an added bonus, which means you can make some yummy treats after you’re done making some of Kimberly’s yummy quilts. --Kristen, Connecting Threads (Posted on 2/26/10)
- Jelly Roll Quilts & More Is GREAT! — Review by Linda Burkhart
- Jelly Roll Quilts & More “enthusiastically recommended” by Midwest Book Review — Review by James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief
- Jelly Roll Quilts & More by Kimberly Einmo — Review by Joyce Finch
- Jelly Roll Quilts & More — Review by Iris C Frank
In her introduction, Einmo explains, "I want to be your personal quilt coach," and she does a great job of being just that. Beginning with the first chapter, Get Ready, she reviews the basics we sometimes forget in our hurry to create yet another quilt. From that point, clear graphics, numerous valuable "top tips" superimposed on colorful jelly rolls throughout the book, and detailed instructions for "quick, easy, fast and fabulous quilts" make it mandatory reading if you contemplate adding, or already have, any of those wonderful "eye candy" packs in your stash.
The beautifully, coordinated wide assortment of fabrics in such packs lend themselves to creating any of the 15 colorful, eye-catching quilts detailed in the book. For good measure, Einmo includes some delectable recipes as well as a section on how to host a "Jelly Roll Retreat". Truly a fun book to read!
(Posted on 2/9/10)
- Jelly Roll quilts and more — Review by Robin F
- Jelly Roll Quilts and More — Review by Ami Simms
In her new book Jelly Roll Quilts & More (AQS, 2010) Kimberly shares 14 quilt patterns all made with, as the title implies, Jelly Rolls. For the uninitiated she defines Jelly Rolls and various other types of these pre-cut fabric strips like Honey Buns, Layer Cakes, Charm Packs, and Turnovers. Who knew! (She also offers yardage requirements if you’d rather use up your stash.)
Each pattern is introduced with a personal little story, recipes for gooey deserts, snacks, and soups are interspersed throughout, and there are scores of tips and invitations to Try This! Kimberly’s “extras” make the book a fun read. She speaks to the quilting lifestyle rather than just offering a pattern book. She even includes a fun “how-to” chapter to host your very own Jelly Roll Retreat with your quilting friends!
(Posted on 2/1/10)
- Like having a friend in your sewing room — Review by Pat
I think many quilters are looking for this type of approach to quilting, and Ms. Einmo is "a right person at the right time" to help the process along. If I were a brand new quilter (I'm probably "intermediate"), I would not be intimidated by the book. I'd be encouraged to try some of the quilts, feeling that, as the author says in her introduction, that I had a friend who knew what she was doing right by my side as I worked.
The book appeals to more experienced quilters as well. I’d be willing to bet those quilters will love the quilt designs and be able to find tips that will make their quilting life easier and their quilty outlook refreshed. The fact that the quilt designs don’t look “dumbed down” because they employ pre-cuts is huge. I can see an experienced quilter enjoying the simplicity of using pre-cuts, but also enjoying the fact that the resulting quilts don’t LOOK simplistic.
Although you don't need to use the tools recommended by the author (a triangle/flying geese ruler and a ruler designed especially for pre-cuts), they are very helpful, making the subcuts so much easier. One of the other many thoughtful touches is that directions are also provided for those who want to use fabric from their stash instead of (or in addition to) the pre-cuts.
Useful book, fresh approach, great tips, very nice designs and impeccable, well thought out directions. Buy it and enjoy! (Posted on 1/27/10)
- Jelly Rolls are not for Breakfast! — Review by Penny Haren