Make a Charming Half-Circle Rug from Jelly Roll Strips

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It’s Wonderful in Any Color Theme!

Jelly roll strips and batting are combined creatively for this striking area rug. It’s perfect for next to the bed, in front of the sink and more.

Just about any color combination makes a lovely rug. Have fun choosing a roll of pre-coordinated 2 1/2″ strips. Or go through your stash and put together a nice combination of leftover strips.

Slice Rug Pattern

Flannel works nicely, too, for this rug, as will strips of other fabrics (e.g. lightweight denim).

The following examples, from Shabby Fabrics, are all available as kits here (while supplies last). You’ll find several other examples there as well.

Slice Rug Pattern

Slice Rug Pattern

Slice Rug Pattern

Slice Rug Pattern

Slice Rug Pattern

In the following video, Jennifer shows you how to put the rug together. In addition to the jelly roll strips you’ll need a 25-yard package of Bosal Katahdin 2½” cotton batting strips (available here).

Click here to watch the video at YouTube if it does not play on your device.

The finished rug is 18″ x 31″. You’ll find the pattern at the following link (scroll down until you come to it).

Click here for the free “Slice Rug” pattern.


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