Win a Free Multi-Color Assorted Jelly Roll!

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by admin on July 29, 2011

Hi everyone! Do you want to win a free 20-strip jelly roll? Cause I want to give one away! Three, actually!

I’d love some feedback about what types of rolls you’d like to see for sale that aren’t already up on our website at http://jellyrollfabric.net. If you’ve ever shopped at my store and wished something was available that wasn’t, now’s the time to let me know. Colors? Prints? Fabrics? Sizes?  I’m getting ready to add a bunch of new rolls to the “jelly roll basics” section of the store – but two hundred heads are better than one (as they say) and I’m sure there are ideas I haven’t thought of!

So – leave me a comment. If you’ve got a suggestion, that’s great! If not, any comment will do to put you in the drawing for a free jelly roll! I’ll randomly draw THREE people to win on Sunday, 7/31. This is open to anyone in the world! I’ll close the comments on Sunday evening and post up the winners Monday morning!

You can share this post with anyone you like, on Twitter, on Facebook, on a forum, wherever. I’ve put a button below the end of the post that makes it easy to post to Facebook, etc.  The only requirement to be eligible to win a free jelly roll is that you’re on my official mailing list. If you’re not on it, you can get on it by putting your email in for the Free Jelly Roll Quilt Patterns e-book on the right sidebar above! Then make sure you use the same email address for your comment below. (Your email address will NOT show up on your comment – it’ll only be visible to me) Make sure you go to your email, and confirm your email address once you’ve signed up above.

Thanks in advance for all your comments – I can’t wait to hear some ideas! I’m thinking about doing a giveaway of some kind every week or two, also – let me know what you think!

Liz

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The winners have been chosen – congrats Amy A. Colleen A. and Sue D.!

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1 Carolyn Rush July 29, 2011 at 11:45 am

I love your speedy service! You have a wonderful selection of jelly rolls.

Carolyn

2 admin July 29, 2011 at 12:35 pm

Thanks Carolyn!

3 RaNae Anderson July 29, 2011 at 11:55 am

Liz, I think it would be fun to have some plaids and coordinates to match. I also have had a lot of fun with some that have dragonflies, butterflies, peace signs ect. The better the variety the more the imagination can take off and come up with some really fun ideas.

4 admin July 29, 2011 at 12:36 pm

Thanks RaNae! Homespuns are on my short list.

5 Marilyn Bitter July 29, 2011 at 12:22 pm

I have used fat quarters and eights but have hesitated using smaller cuts because I like to wash my fabrics before quilting. Do you have any comment?

6 admin July 29, 2011 at 12:37 pm

I have considered adding fat quarter packs to the store – same prints as the rolls, five to a pack. Anyone else interested in fat quarters?

7 Nancy Greenhouse July 29, 2011 at 12:49 pm

I love using strips, charms, fat quarter etc…takes most of the work out and I can get to the sewing part which I love, faster! I would like to see some small print flowers and what about some flannel? Your customer service is outstanding! Every order has been a pleasure. p.s the black and white top is done…I’ll send the pic

8 Liz July 29, 2011 at 12:56 pm

You know, it’s the strangest thing. I’ve had a hard time finding those little florals in the last several years, anywhere! We do have one roll of little florals here http://www.jellyrollfabric.net/Little-Floral-Jelly-Roll-Fabric-Prints–20-Strips-_p_23.html but that’s about it.
Flannels are a great idea. I don’t see them for a great price most places I look, but Joann has them on sale often – if I combine discounts I might be able to start adding them as regular rolls! Thanks Nancy! Can’t wait to see the top

9 amy alduk July 29, 2011 at 12:49 pm

I would love more purple :-) and greens. I have used your jelly rolls to make quilts for my new home. Love your fabric

10 Liz July 29, 2011 at 12:57 pm

I love the purple/green combo. One thing I’m going to do is add some combo rolls (2 colors, 10 fabrics, 20 strips) to the regular rotation and I think that will be one of them! thanks Amy!

11 Sue Dobis July 29, 2011 at 12:51 pm

As a novice quilter I love jelly rolls…I don’t have to ask my husband to cut the fabric! In addition all strips are the same length eliminating waste.

12 Liz July 29, 2011 at 12:58 pm

They are the best, right??

13 Trudy July 29, 2011 at 1:31 pm

Love the jelly’s, just need more time to sew them all up it seems. I would be interested in Fat Qts as well. You have great sales and service. So happy to have found you. And as you know, I love the polka dots.

14 admin July 29, 2011 at 1:57 pm

Trudy! Good to hear from you!

15 Norlene Spackman July 29, 2011 at 3:35 pm

I do love the pinks and purples. Your prices are good. Your pages looking great. Happy to shop with you!!

16 admin July 29, 2011 at 3:57 pm

Thanks, Norlene! I’m thinking of adding a pink/purple combo roll!

17 Jennifer Casula July 29, 2011 at 4:02 pm

I’m new to Jelly Rolls, having discovered them at a local Hobby Lobby this past spring when I was looking for fabric scraps for a new project: http://www.moderndogmagazine.com/articles/diy-craft/17383 (I’m even hand-stitching each one since I don’t have a machine!). I stumbled upon a Jelly Roll of various pink and brown prints, which was just perfect for what I had in mind and it was on sale! All I had to do was cut the strips to size, which was quite easy! I’ve made 4 patchwork Scottie dogs from just that one Jelly Roll, and probably have enough for at least one more. It occurred to me last week that I could make some with Christmas-themed fabrics for some simple and affordable holiday gifts. I was thrilled to find your website (Hobby Lobby and Amazon were no help). You have great prices and the rolls I ordered on clearance this week will be great. I was wishing for a Jelly Roll of more assorted Christmas colors/prints, similar to some of the Jelly Roll square bundles I’ve seen. Possibly you already do sell those and I am just too early/late since I’m trying to get a head start on my new project.

I second the above comment regarding flannels, as well.

18 admin July 29, 2011 at 4:06 pm

Thanks for the great comment! Watch your email because I just got a LOAD of Christmas fabrics in. I should be putting up 3-4 different Christmas rolls – hopefully next week. We’ve got just a TON of fabric that needs to be cut, rolled and photographed. I’ll definitely do a sale of some kind when we get that all done!

19 admin July 29, 2011 at 4:07 pm

P.S. Cuuuuuute Scottie!!

20 Linda July 29, 2011 at 8:43 pm

I’m just totally in LOVE with the jellies, I’m collecting rolls from you as my budget allows, I’ve also put some of them into the silent auction that we have for our local quilt show, every September, a ‘basket of jellies’ for the lucky bidder! Burgundy and deeper forest greens would be a great addition to the jellies!!!

21 admin July 29, 2011 at 11:23 pm

Hi Linda! Will do. The burg/green combo is one of my favorites, too. Thanks for the comment (and your many jelly roll orders)!

22 Ruth July 29, 2011 at 11:04 pm

I love your site. It’s a great place to visit.
You know there are so many pretty fabrics, but I’m having a hard time finding ones suitable for my teenage grand sons. So maybe some “man/boy” fabrics would be great.
Off to look at more of your eye candy :-)

23 admin July 29, 2011 at 11:24 pm

Thanks Ruth! That is a GREAT idea, since most of our rolls have florals. On my list!

24 Michelle July 30, 2011 at 12:28 am

Hi there. Just back to quilting after a number of years-cannot get over all the fun fabric and precuts. Looking forward to my first project using jellyrolls.

25 admin July 30, 2011 at 1:12 am

There are so many things you can do with jelly rolls, you’re in for some fun!!

26 Jean July 30, 2011 at 2:03 am

Finally, after a delay in International post, not your fault, my first order of jellies arrived. Absolutely delighted. Great colours and designs

27 admin July 30, 2011 at 2:15 am

So glad! That international mail can be spotty. I wish there were an economical way to send 3-day mail overseas, but impossible to beat the $14 flat rate so far. I’ve yet to have one go permanently missing, so I guess all’s well that ends well (eventually)!
Great to hear from you!

28 Hope Strohl July 30, 2011 at 2:47 am

I’m re-learning how to quilt. I have fond memories as a child sitting in my grandmothers weekly quilting bee with her white haired friends hand quilting on a quilt stretched between two saw horses. Jelly rolls are a great way to start quilting again. I love that their pre-cut and easy to work with. There are so many wonderful fabrics to choose from but not that many in jelly rolls that are themed for little boys. With 2 grandaughters and one grandson I feel that he’s the one missing out. I would like to see more jelly rolls in fabrics for boys.

29 admin July 30, 2011 at 2:53 am

Thanks for the comment! That’s two votes for boy fabric. Rest assured I’m listening!

30 Colleen Ancel July 31, 2011 at 7:20 am

Baby fabric in flannel would be wonderful–lots of grandchildren! Also, I would love fat quarters that coordinate with jelly rolls. Another thing that would be great is a jelly roll of blenders which coordinates with a jelly roll of prints.

31 admin July 31, 2011 at 1:53 pm

Alright, sounds like flannel and fat quarters are a must! Thanks for the comment!

32 admin August 1, 2011 at 10:42 am

Ladies, thanks so much for your comments! Using random.org and entering the numbers associated with your comment, I randomly drew the three winners: Amy Alduk, Colleen Ancel, and Sue Dobis! I’ll contact you privately via email to get/verify your mailing addresses.
This was fun (and very helpful)! I’ll be doing another freebie giveaway soon, so watch your email!