Moda Union Blues Jelly Roll, 40 2.5×44-inch Cotton Fabric Strips
This fabric set includes 40 2. 5×44-inch (6. 4x112cm) professionally cut fabric strips from the Union Blues collection by Barbara Brackman for Moda Fabrics. This set includes duplicates. Moda Jelly Rolls are conve…
This fabric set includes 40 2. 5×44-inch (6. 4x112cm) professionally cut fabric strips from the Union Blues collection by Barbara Brackman for Moda Fabrics.
This set includes duplicates.
Moda Jelly Rolls are convenient professionally cut assortments of color-coordinated 2. 5×44-inch (6. 4x112cm) fabric strips. These precision cut shapes eliminate tedious and time-consuming hand cutting while enhancing piecing accuracy. The machine pinked edges also minimize fraying. Perfect for binding, sashing, inner borders, strippy quilts, strip piecing, fabric hooking and much more!
Union Blues recalls the past in tintype blues and sepia browns. Each reproduction print is named for an American community of the post-Civil War years. While the country grew with renewed pride in the Union, mills developed new cotton printing techniques. Highlights of this collection include a rich ombre print in several shades, shirtings for contrast and dress florals in blues and subdued shades, perfect for both reproductions and more contemporary projects.
Barbara Brackman is a quilt historian and author. She is a recognized authority onÿquilts of the Underground Railroad, and has written numerous books on quilting during the Civil War. Barbara also designs reproduction fabrics and has served as a consultant on many major state quilt research projects. She was inducted into the Quilters Hall of Fame in 2001.
Moda Fabrics has been serving the quilting and fabric industry since 1975. Moda employs independent designers as well as in-house design staff to offer some of the hottest new fabric lines and home products available. Moda prides itself in being innovative and creative market leaders; high quality products and customer service are the cornerstones of their business.