Get Off to a Quick Start with Jelly Roll Strips in Cotton or Flannel!
Dark red, blue and green mixed with a variety of tans make an inviting and cozy quilt. It’s perfect for snuggling with during chilly weather. While the pattern specifies quilting cotton, flannel will be wonderful in this quilt.
Choose a wide selection of 2 1/2″ jelly roll strips, either from a complete jelly roll or from leftovers in your stash. You’ll need half in darker colors and half in light to complete the design. Then select two colors to use in the borders to tie the strips together, like the green and red used here.
This is an easy quilt to complete, even for beginning quilters. You’ll have it stitched together before you know it.
The finished quilt, designed by Kathy Brown, is 64″ x 76″.
You’ll find the pattern for the “Road Block” quilt in Favorite Quilts From Precuts.
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