One pack of 2 1/2″ jelly roll strips will make two baby quilts. Decide what colors you want to predominate in each and arrange the strips in a pleasing order. Strip sets are cut apart to form blocks.
Quilt by Teri from Hummingbird Thread. She created a quilt-along, which you’ll find here.
The quilt can easily be enlarged by making more strip sets and blocks. Instructions are provided by The Fat Quarter Shop for up to a king size, which requires 5 jelly rolls.
Quilts by Vanessa from V and Co.
And, it goes without saying, that this quilt will be lovely in your favorite already-coordinated jelly roll(s). (The Fat Quarter Shop has a wonderful selection of jelly rolls, found here). Or, combine leftover strips from your stash for a truly unique quilt.
The following video shows how easily the quilt goes together.
The finished baby quilt is 36 1/2″ x 36 1/2″.
Instructions are provided for larger versions of this quilt, ranging from 48″ square for a lap quilt to 108″ square for a king bed size.