Choose a Colorful Jelly Roll for This Easy Quilt

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Or Use Up Leftover 2 1/2″ Strips!

A lovely combination of colors come together beautifully in this simple quilt. Start with a jelly roll pack in your favorite colors and have fun putting this beauty together.

Some of the jelly roll strips are used for the pieced binding. Leftover strips and a matching charm pack are used for the pieced back. While neither is necessary, they both add charm to the finished quilt.

Sugar Pop N Change Quilt Pattern

The quilt above is by Lisa of Making It Up As I Go Along and the ladies of the Peace Circle.  This group quilt has one more row to make it longer. Extra blocks were used on the back and a solid fabric was used for the binding. See more here.

This is the pattern designer’s version along with its back, which she provides instructions for.

Pop N Change Quilt Pattern

Pop N Change Quilt Pattern

Tanyia Deskins created the following quilt, which shows how great the quilt is with dark sashing.

Sugar Pop N Change Quilt Pattern

The finished quilt, as designed by Melissa Corry, is 53″ x 53″. It takes one jelly roll for the front and one charm pack for the back. You’ll need a second jelly roll to make the quilt larger.

Click here for the free “Sugar Pop N Change” quilt tutorial.




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