Create a Charming Little Quilt from Jelly Roll Strips

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It’s a Fast and Easy Project!

Log Cabin blocks are dressed up with holly for this charming little wall or table quilt. It will be a lovely addition to your holiday decor.

Plus, it’s simple to make with standard piecing and fusible applique. Start with 2 1/2″ strips from a favorite jelly roll or cut your own from a combination of fabrics you love.

Christmas Logs Quilt Tutorial

The finished quilt, designed by Connie Kresin, is 24″ x 24″.

Click here for the free “Christmas Logs” tutorial.

You’ll also need the holly template found here.

A printable pattern is available for a small fee here.


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