A new range from Christpher Wilson-Tate's travels around the British Isles - inspired by one of his favorite quilts, a very unique 18th Century Irish Chintz patchwork quilt that he named Ballycastle because it was purchased from a large country house in Ballycastle, Northern Ireland. The quilt dates to 1780-1790 and each print in this collection has been lovingly reproduced to capture the detail and style of this old Irish treasure. Each print is named after a city or castle in Ireland, and the colors are similar to what they originally would have been. Please see the second picture for an idea of the prints and colours included.
The jelly roll is a pack of 40 strips of fabric, including the whole range. Each strip is 2.5" by 45" in size, and there are many jelly roll and strip piecing quilt patterns available that can help to create gorgeous quilts from just one pack.