Create a Beautiful Scrappy Quilt from a Jelly Roll

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Leftovers from Your Stash are Great Too!

This beautiful quilt has all the charm of a scrap quilt but can be made from a jelly roll of 2 1/2″ strips. While strip-sets speed construction, the quilt could also be made from 2 1/2″ square scraps.

Or, put together a combination of leftover jelly roll strips from your stash. Don’t worry about darks and lights or coordinating colors. This is a great anything-goes project.

Daisy’s Garden Quilt Pattern

A star sashing ties everything together. Gray is nice or go with whatever color you like best with your strips.

Daisy’s Garden Quilt Pattern

The finished quilt, designed by Bonnie Botts for APQS, is 72” x 84”.

Click here for the free “Daisy’s Garden” quilt pattern.


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