Jelly Roll Strips Make This a Quick and Easy Quilt

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Play with Color and Placement to Make it Your Own!

Pull out a favorite jelly roll of 2 1/2″ strips for this versatile quilt. Depending on the colors you choose and their placement you can give this easy quilt any personality.

The quilt first caught our eye when we discovered the version by Myra from Busy Hands Quilts. We love her color choices and alterations. Notice how she used Hourglass blocks at the intersections to give the quilt an entirely different look.

Jelly Roll Railway Quilt

Quilt by Myra from Busy Hands Quilts.

You’ll find many other examples of the quilt below. They’re in various sizes.

Jelly Roll Railway Quilt

Quilt from Fat Quarter Shop.

Jelly Roll Railway Quilt

Quilt by Hilary from Young Texan Mama.

Jelly Roll Railway Quilt

Quilt by Connie from Freemotion by the River.

Jelly Roll Railway Quilt

Quilt by Denise from Pieced Brain Quilt Designs.

Jelly Roll Railway Quilt

Quilt by Patty from Elm Street Quilts.

The pattern, provided by Fat Quarter Shop, includes instructions for 4 sizes:

  • Crib – 40 ½” x 40 ½”
  • Throw – 61 ½” x 78 ½”
  • Twin – 63 ½” x 89”
  • Queen – 97 ½” x 97 ½”

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


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