So I promised a rundown of how I put my most recent quilt together- made with a Jelly Roll of Amy Butlers LOVE collection. This collection is over a year old now and may be hard to come by- but any bright and fun Jelly Roll would work for this quilt. I also cut 2.5 inch strips of gray yardage for the solid parts. This quilt was made by sewing tubes- and was seriously so easy to do. I love fast piecing techniques that look harder then they are and get me to the quilting part faster... which is what I am about to do with this quilt. Sigh... I love quilting. Okay so here are the details- if you are not yet familiar with the Missouri Star Quilt Company and their glorious YouTube video tutorials then I strongly suggest you treat yourself to some computer time and check them out. The videos are excellent and really great for the quilter who loves pre-cuts. All of them take advantage of pre cut fabric and are all generally easy and fun to make. I have done several of these projects over the last two years and have had much success with them all. These videos are especially great for the beginning quilter as Jenny and her daughters take much of the mystery and fear out of quilting and approach everything with a can do attitude. It is infectious. You will soon find yourself with a long list of projects that you are dying to try. This quilt is made just like the summer in the park quilt except of course instead of using 2 jelly rolls I just opted to use just one print jelly roll and cut my own strips out of solids. I have included a few pics of the process as well as the finished quilt top. Now off to go quilt this beauty and my face won't let me stop smiling at the sheer joy it brings me- I will share pictures as soon as it is done.