One Jelly Roll Makes Two Quilts!
Looking for a quick quilt to give? This charmer is made from a jelly roll and a couple of yards of white fabric (or whatever background color you choose). Better yet, one jelly roll will make two quilts, unless you want yours to be larger than the finished size of 51″ x 51″.
While this is a fairly standard half-square triangle quilt, what sets it apart is that the colored halves are made from pieced strips. That adds a lot of interest to this quick quilt.
Plus, you can play with the layout and give yours a totally different look. The tutorial, by Amy Gibson of Stitchery Dickery Dock, includes several layout options.
This is truly a quick and easy project. Even beginning quilters can have a finished quilt in no time. Add more rows of half-square triangles for a larger quilt. You can also add borders to increase the size.
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