By popular request, I have made a new Jelly Roll Rug video sharing new tips and tricks from my new Aura rug using the Hobbs Quilt Batting fusible cotton batting, which quite honestly was a game changer. At first, I didn’t think I’d have any more tips & tricks to share, but low and behold you actually do learn new stuff the second time around.
In case y’all wanted to make this same rug, the fabric is from my upcoming Aura collection that will be shipping to stores in October 21st. And I have zero idea how much I used since I was working with strike offs, but I also threw in some coordinating solids and my rayon print to make the rug bigger.
So, here are the supplies that I used, including the fusible batting:
- Hobbs HF90 Batting Heirloom Premium Fusible Cotton Blend, 90″ x 108″
- Wonderfil Ultima (poly thread)
- Denim/Jeans Needle
- Flatter Soak Spray
If this is your first stop of your Jelly Roll Rug journey and you have yet to check out my original tutorial, make sure to watch the RJ Designs’ Jelly Roll Rug Tutorial with Mister Domestic.
Both tutorials were intentionally created as a complement to Roma Lambson of RJ Designs’ pattern, so you most definitely will need to purchase the pattern for the tips and tricks in the tutorial to make sense. Roma has both the PDF & Print Versions in her Etsy Shop:
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