One Jelly Roll Makes Two Quilts!
Black sashing surrounding colorful strips of fabric gives this stunning quilt the look of stained glass. Just about any combination of colors will be wonderful in this quilt.
One jelly roll provides enough strips to make two quilts. Or, choose leftover strips from your stash and coordinate the colors yourself.
The quilt is lovely with white sashing, too. We can also imagine it with a pastel sashing setting off the strips. The quilt will take on an entirely different but equally lovely personality.
Quilt by JuliesCraftCottage.
It’s an easy quilt to make, too, even for beginning quilters. You’re sure to have this stitched up before you know it.
The pattern, from LittleLouiseQuilts, is for a 53″ x 65″ quilt.
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