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Studio 180 Design complimentary pattern for jelly roll day

Attached is the Studio 180 Design complimentary pattern - Alternating Current for National Jelly Roll Day in the US for you to share with your customers  

The pattern uses the split rects ruler - hopefully you have some in stock.  We apologize for the short notice - we just received the newsletter given some Canadian customers are requesting to participate.


Gail and team 


Just in case you missed our announcement earlier this week....we wanted to be sure that you have this info as we have sent our retail customers a newsletter encouraging them to visit your shop tomorrow to get their FREE pattern and to buy some of your Jelly Rolls. 

We have a little surprise for shop owners this week! As we’re sure you know, tomorrow is National Sew a Jelly Roll Day, started by Moda years ago. To help celebrate this fun event, we have designed a free pattern that uses a Jelly Roll and our Split Rects® tool. Alternating Current is a fun, quick quilt made with just one set of 2½” strips, 3½ yards of background and ⅝ yard for binding.  The quilt is 63”x 80½”, a perfect twin bed size.

Alternating Current, made using the Split Rects® tool
Shown in my Chromatic fabric collection from Island Batik

We encourage you to download, print, and hand out Alternating Current to your customers for free, as an extra bonus for visiting your shop on National Sew a Jelly Roll Day! And we’re even going to help get customers to your shop! On Friday and Saturday, we’ll encourage them to pop in at their local quilt shop to pick up a new jelly roll and a copy of the free pattern. Maybe even a Split Rects® tool if they don’t already have one!

We hope you and your customers have a TERRIFIC National Jelly Roll Day! And we hope to see some versions of Alternating Current on our social media soon!

Get your Copy of Alternating Current Here