Maybe you’ve seen--or made--the popular Jelly Roll Rug, but now you can literally elevate the technique from the floor to the table with our video class on making Jelly Roll Bowls! This fast, but, practical project is made with jelly roll strips and batting; our custom-made Jerry’s Jelly Roll Jig makes the work even quicker and easier. In the class, you will learn how to change the shape and rigidity of your bowls, and some creative ways to finish them. Bowls are great for storing knitting projects, fruit, odds and ends, oh, and sewing supplies!
Supplies Needed: 2 ½" fabric strips (7-10 are recommended for your first bowl, but the more strips you use, the bigger the finished bowl) 2 ¼" or 2 ½" Bosal Katahdin Cotton batting on a roll is highly recommended but you can cut your own batting strips at 2 ¼" wide. A 50 ft. roll will yield about 3-4 bowls, depending again on size selected. 90/14 sharp sewing machine needles (top stitch, microtex, or jean) thread (polyester thread is recommended) Jerry's Jelly Roll Jig is highly recommended to make this project a breeze Wonderclips are recommended if you do not use the jig Walking Foot for your sewing machine may be needed for some machines
Skill Level: Beginner. After you sign up, you'll be sent the link to view the class on YouTube. NOTE: you must have a YouTube account of your own to access the video.