Create a Super Easy Quilt from Jelly Roll Strips

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Instructions Are Provided for 7 Quilt Sizes!

Jelly roll strips come together quickly into a quilt that can be whatever size you need. This is so easy to make and fun to put together.

One pack of 2 1/2″ jelly roll strips will make two baby quilts. Decide what colors you want to predominate in each and arrange the strips in a pleasing order. Strip sets are cut apart to form blocks.

Jelly Roll Jam Quilt

Quilt by Teri from Hummingbird Thread (site not available).

The quilt can easily be enlarged by making more strip sets and blocks. Instructions are provided by The Fat Quarter Shop for up to a king size, which requires 5 jelly rolls.

Jelly Roll Jam Quilts

Quilts by Vanessa from V and Co.

And, it goes without saying, that this quilt will be lovely in your favorite already-coordinated jelly roll(s). (The Fat Quarter Shop has a wonderful selection of jelly rolls, found here). Or, combine leftover strips from your stash for a truly unique quilt.

The following video shows how easily the quilt goes together.

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

The finished baby quilt is 36 1/2″ x 36 1/2″.

Click here for the free “Jelly Roll Jam” quilt pattern.

Instructions are provided for larger versions of this quilt, ranging from 48″ square for a lap quilt to 108″ square for a king bed size.

Click here for “How to Make the Jelly Roll Jam BIGGER.”


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