Yesterday I decided to play around with some jelly roll strips and came up with two pieces I thought I could use on the front and back of a bag. I joined 4 strips together but made some of the seams a bit wavy and some narrower than the 2.5". I then used my 60 degree triangle and cut out 6 triangles from each piece. Joined together I was quite pleased with the effect and have stitched them onto 2 pieces of black cotton which I will attempt to make into a bag. Need to get some nice fabric for the lining and thought I might try and attach a thin strip of batik fabric to each of the handles, unfortunately do not have much left now so it will be different than the strips I have used. Any advice on bag construction would be welcome. I am not sure what I attach the batting to, the main bag or the lining. Think it will be just a straight up and down bag with a 2" square cut out of the 2 bottom corners to give it a bit of fullness, have a few bag making books so should have a read about how to go about it. Do I need to do any quilting on it, if I quilt it must mean I attach the batting to the front and does that mean I need another piece of fabric under the batting, not sure about all this as I said earlier advice would be very welcome. I know you will not let me down!!