Question for you. When is a jelly roll not a jelly roll? When it's a 'designer' roll of course.
But they are not.
So, for the roll-uninitiated of you out there. A jelly roll normally has around 40 strips of width of fabric and a designer roll seems to waver wildly from anything from 22 to 28 to 32 but never seemingly 40.
What does that mean if you are making a designer roll quilt?
In this case I added random pieces of Kona Celery and Kona Parsley.