The Ombre squares top is assembled. This was a kit from BluPrint ( two Jelly Rolls and the pattern). The pressing instructions were incomplete causing me to have to do a lot of re-pressing to ensure my seams would nestle together so I’m glad to have it finally done.

Our monthly challenge for June is Jelly Rolls so I completed this one a little early. I have plans for one more Jelly Roll top but the priority for June and July will be quilting – Stephanie from my HeartStrings group and I have decided we both need a quilting marathon and I hope to get at least 12 quilted. I have some travel planned for both months too but it should be doable.


  1. Very attractive…I love the the colors. You are a machine…I continue to be amazed at at your productivity.

  2. I commented on this one before you assembled it. And I say again, I really love the way the ombre strips make this quilt shine.

  3. Another pretty top. You do such pretty quilts, afghans, hats and scarfs. You are so creative.

  4. I’ve wondered about using the ombre fabric, now I see how beautiful it is! Perfect pattern for that fabric. Sometimes it can be such a challenge to get all the seams nested!

  5. This is so pretty. I have an ombré layer cake and would love to make something like this.

  6. Oh my goodness – the colors are so beautiful in that quilt and perfect for that design!!

  7. A perfect and beautiful quilt, so light and bright! I like many of your quilts but this one makes me feel happy.

  8. Hi Mary! What a pretty quilt top. The ombre colors really work – it makes me want to pick up an ombre jelly roll to work with myself. {{Hugs}} ~smile~ Roseanne

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