The Serendipity Quilt from MSQC!



Hi there! We are so thrilled to be on the Moda Bake Shop again to share another great idea for using a jelly roll! You know how much we LOVE the pre-cuts and we are beyond excited to share this project with you!!

So grab a jelly roll (any jelly roll will work! *wink) and let's have some fun!



For more ideas and fun projects visit our Youtube channel! We have more tutorials and ideas in the works ALL THE TIME!

Have a great week!



46 comments:

jan said...

What a great quilts! Thanks for sharing the technique!

Sonia B said...

Awesome. Are the angled seams large enough to hold up? It seems that if you sew only 1/4" away from the first angled seam and then cut that you would be left with an 1/8" seam.

CJ said...

I love MSQC video tutorials. They are understandable, and you can follow along as you watch them.

Pamela Nees said...

This is great! I've been wondering what to do with a jelly roll...perfect!

Suzan said...

So cute! I am going to go out and pick up a Christmas fabric jelly roll!

Dawn Hendrix said...

LOVE IT.. now to pick my fabrics....

Anonymous said...

I love Missouri Star!
Their enthusiasm is infectious.
:-)
Thx for another great quilt video!

Cindy said...

Love it! Love watching the video.

Anonymous said...

Yikes, not printable version?

pam said...

Cute quilts!! I would think you would need more than just the jelly roll tho. I would like to know how much extra yardage you need to finish the quilts.
How much for borders and backing.
What size do the quilts finish at?
Thanks

Amanda said...

THERE'S NO PRINTABLE VERSION??? Missouri Star shows a good video, but I can't follow and do at the same time. There are no measurements for anything. How much yardage do you need for the total project. I may not do this one because of no written instructions, yardages for the completion of the project.

Sherryl said...

I agree with others - lovely quilt, but I need more detail. Clearly this quilt requires more than a jelly roll. It would be helpful to know the finaly measurement of the finished quilt plus additional yardage needed, cutting measurements and PRINTABLE instructions, please. :-)

NanaTJ said...

can I get written instr on line? It's hard to sew and watch the video at same time. Thanks.

Lee Ann said...

I prefer written over video because I'm deaf. I missed out on this one. :'(

Sarah {MSQC} said...

Sorry about that Ladies! We are getting the printable PDF ready and it will be up shortly!

Thanks!

jabeybaby said...

Love both quilts! Thanks for the great tutorial!

swet-lanka said...

Спасибо!!!

Marcia W. said...

As am on dialup, this quilt is impossible for me to make - cannot view or follow along for video only instructions. Please keep this in mind for future projects - not everyone has high speed internet.

pam said...

Sarah, thanks so much for providing us with the printable and additional information for finishing this quilt.

I am a subscriber to your videos and I love them. I wish we could get the yardage needed for all your videos.
thanks again. pam

Melanie@Crafty Cupboard said...

Cool- I love a two-fer! :)

Rachel said...

LOVE it! And that technique is one of my favorites! So easy! I love all of your tips and videos and - thank you for sharing yet another wonderful quilt idea! :D

~Miss Rachel~

Sarah {MSQC} said...

Click on the link above and you will get printable directions!! :) Thanks for your patience!! We hope you love the project!! Share pictures with us of your quilts, we love to see them!!

Elisabeth said...

I love Missouri Star Quilt Company! Your videos are why I quilt!! Oh and I also love the daily deal... I just hate staying up until 1 am for them LOL.

bethanndodd said...

Love, Love, Love!!!!
Smiles~Beth

Susan S said...

What a great tutorial! I have two granddaughters so two quilts from one jelly roll is wonderful. Same but different - just like the girls. Thank you very much!

Barbara said...

Nice idea. Unfortunately, the printable instructions say to make a strip set of light, medium and dark when it should be light, dark and medium.

Nancyz said...

Love it! I have a jelly roll that would be perfect for these quilts. Thanks for sharing.

Suzanne said...

Video tutorials are always so helpful but this post would also be great with a photo of each of the finished quilts.

Chelley said...

I love the video and this is a darling pattern! I, too, was concerned about the 1/8" seam allowances that result from sewing and cutting the corners off. I guess you could sew 1/2" away from the first seam and then trim? The pinwheeels would be smaller, but still cute!

Sherryl said...

THANK YOU for the written instructions!!!

Memaw and Papa said...

I am a big fan of MSQC. When I hear Jenny's voice I feel like I am with a friend. Thanks for this adorable double quilt idea. I have made many quilts with you. (You just don't know it. Haha) Now I will enjoy two more. Yay and a big Thank You!!!!
Cindy

Anonymous said...

Sorry, I need written instructions - the video tutorials are over my head!!! Please put them in a separate section.

Anonymous said...

Barbara, the directions do say to use a light, medium, and dark strip, but it doesn't say you have to put them in that order. Jenny even says in the video that you can put them in whatever order you want. You just have to be consistent. You don't even really have to have one of each type. I just made one with gray, white, blue. The blue and gray were the same shades, but it still works.

chatterboxblondie said...

Thanks so much MSQC!! I have a Jelly Roll that I had gotten from your Daily Deals, will be great for these quilts! One for each of my children and their families. Great that you added written info. I do have friends that can't get high speed and I know they will be happy with the written instructions ;o) Thanks again!!

Joy said...

Love it MSQC I had seen the video and was wanting to make one... thank you so much.

Julie said...

Love MSQC tutorials. Thanks for another great one. What are the finished sizes of the quilts?

Anonymous said...

Awesome, thanks for the tutorial! Love your excitement :)

Julie Warner said...

This quilt would look amazing with Christmas colors, or those new Riley Blake fabrics for a more summery look.

Sarah {MSQC} said...

The Serendipity Quilt is 39.5 X 46 inches and the second one is 47X38 inches. The Serendipity Quilt could be made a lot larger, but we just wanted to put it together to show the pattern. We have a lot of fabric leftover, so you could make it a lot bigger! The great thing about the technique is you can use this for a quilt, table topper or a pillow. (or all three!!) Good luck and have a blast quilting!

Stanton Blog said...

I wish you would also post a photo of the original quilt with the star pattern. You only get to see it in the video.

Ramona said...

How fun! Love the technique tips. Shortens sewing time (and frustration) greatly. Thanks so much. I can see the secondary (pinwheel) quilt made with thin borders between blocks. Definitely want to try it.

Greenville Coupon Clippers said...

Love having both written and video. Like to have the written at my sewing desk, but to see the video before hand. And I love your fabric choice for this quilt. One of my favorite lines.

Jill said...

Where can I get a photo of the jelly roll one? I'm going crazy trying to find it!!!

Sarah said...

Jill, make sure you check your email! I sent you a picture!! :) Have a great weekend!!

Sharon C said...
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Sharon C said...

This was the easiest pattern I have tried for it to look so detailed.