I've started this quilt, technically my first quilt, and it's much easier than I thought. I've made patchwork quilts, no pattern, just sewing squares together. I'm not much of a neat, precise seamstress, I'm more of a Fly-by-the-seat-of-my-pants-lets-see-how-fast-I-can-whip-this-out-kinda-girl. But I'm trying! The great thing about this pattern is you just use a Jelly Roll. A Jelly Roll is a collection of 2.5" x 44" strips of fabric. The one I chose was called Look & Learn. I've admired these gorgeous swirls of fabric forever and wanted to get a stack of them and admire them without unrolling them and actually sewing the pieces together.
I chose fabric that looks vintage, old worn florals and childlike prints. I want it to look like one of the old quilts layered on one of my Great Aunt Bess's beds.
You can get American Jane patterns HERE
And Moda Jelly Rolls HERE