FREE "Jelly 'Roll with It' Dress" by Bridget & Lucy
The bridget&lucy ladies are back again with a simple dress pattern using your jelly rolls! You know those jelly rolls you just can't throw away but don't know what to do with? We highlight them as the waist of this adorable dress using a repurposed t-shirt and a piece of 45" quilting fabric.
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Quilt Pattern Designers: Kim Hayes and Megan Pederson
Question and Answer with Kim and Megan
FreeQuiltPatterns:What got you to start quilting?
Kim and Megan:Kim started quilting at age 28 - which was 30 years ago now (totally giving away her age here). She has taught quilting in various forms from block of the month classes to a 6th grade after school quilting project. Her quilting background influences the bridget&lucy pattern line in every design. Megan has yet to make her first quilt but loves using quilting products and notions to create clothing for her girls and gifts for friends.
Kim and Megan:We would have to say our favorite is our first - the Ruffle Joy Skirt. This was the pattern that started it all. Kim made the first Ruffle Joy Skirt with muslin and jelly rolls. Bridget received so many compliments on the skirt we decided to make a bunch and host a sale at a friends' house. We sold out, the rest is history.
FreeQuiltPatterns:What do you enjoy doing when you aren't quilting?
Kim and Megan:We enjoy about anything creative under the sun - knitting, sewing, needlepoint, crafting of any kind, etc., etc. We both also enjoy reading, traveling, being outdoors in any way, enjoying our family, cooking, and so much more. And yes, we both really do enjoy mostly the same things - we know; very scary :).
FreeQuiltPatterns:What is your favorite quilt related memory?
Kim and Megan: Since Kim is really the quilter, we'll go with her favorite memory. Kim and a group of sixth graders made a quilt from start to finish. They cut it, pieced it, and quilted