512: Fabric Rugs and Bullet Journals for Quilters

Pam and Lynn chat about different types of fabric rugs (including jelly roll rugs, floor canvases, and more), and share some tips for tracking quilting progress with bullet journals for quilters!

This episode is brought to you by QT Fabrics!

The quilt hanging behind us is Pam’s jelly roll rug. Get your own copy of the Jelly Roll Rug pattern from the original creator Roma Lambson. Helpful links and tips from this episode (some links via Amazon Affiliate links):

 

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  1. Always an interesting topic – bullet journals. I started preparing in late 2018 for the year of 2019. Was able to actually start in February 2019 and adjusted each month based on the previous month activity. Like your desire Lynn, I had areas in my life that I felt keeping track of them would help to prioritize areas that I wanted to work on. For 2020, I revised several habit developing areas that I have completed and have turned more to researching and planning for projects to be completed based on my time available to finish without driving myself crazy trying to finish. Much better results so far for this year. As for your idea of mapping out and keeping track of quilts, there are plenty of sample journals in the internet. I have spent several different ways on staying on track in the last five years and have yet to find a system that works for me; from looking at others’ design layout to trying o develop my own. This year I am trying a journal tracking from the Fat Quarter shop that I received through my Sew Sampler monthly box. 2020 promises to be a surprising year – hope yours is filled with peace. Regina

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  2. Do you have the link for the Karen Stone New York Beauty Quilt?

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    • Unfortunately Karen’s book is out of print and you can only get the pattern by taking a class with her.

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  3. Did not hear you mention rugs made out of old nylon hosiery. 🙂 Pam’s Great-Grandma made those.

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  4. For a useful app to track your bullet journal on quilts is an app called quiltful. It may be a useful place to track your quilting projects OR you could look at their categories for tracking.

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