6 Easy Blocks Made From Leftover Jelly Roll Strips

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A Great Way to Keep Your Stash Under Control!

Do you have leftover 2 1/2″ jelly roll strips starting to pile up? Or parts of strips you don’t know what to do with? You may even have leftover yardage that could be cut into strips.

Karen Brown from Just Get It Done Quilts has put together a great video with six easy blocks for using up those leftover strips. Make a few blocks at a time and whittle away at the pile in the process.

6 Easy Blocks Made From Leftover Jelly Roll Strips

Once you get going, set the blocks aside until you have enough for a scrappy quilt. Karen shows several quilt layout ideas for each block.

Watch as she demonstrates making the blocks in the following video.

Click here to watch the video at YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.

In the video, Karen mentions the following reference videos. Just click the titles to go to them:

Karen also provides a PDF handout for creating the blocks in various sizes. Get that here.

6 Easy Blocks Made From Leftover Jelly Roll Strips


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