Building Blocks Quilt Pattern

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Building Blocks Quilt Pattern Pattern


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Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • sew a 1/4" seam
  • quilt

Pattern Description:

This pattern is so easy to make and looks great with nearly any fabric selection. You will be amazed at how fast it comes together for your snuggling pleasure!

This quilt was designed to make the most of a jelly roll strip pack. One jelly roll and a few yards of fabric makes a TWIN size quilt!

This pdf pattern includes graphics with step-by-step instructions designed for sewing at any level - beginner to advanced. Includes instructions for baby to king size quilt.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • size will vary by quilt size chosen.


  • materials required will vary by quilt size chosen.
  • Baby - 50" x 52" 1 jelly roll 1 1/2 yards border & binding 3/4 yard sashing 3 1/3 yards backing
  • Lap - 67" x 76" 1 jelly roll 2 1/4 yards border & binding 1 1/4 yards sashing 4 2/3 yards backing
  • Twin - 67" x 88" 1 jelly roll 2 1/2 yards border & binding 1 1/2 yards sashing 5 1/3 yards backing
  • Full - 84" x 88" 2 jelly rolls 2 3/4 yards border & binding 1 3/4 yards sashing 7 7/8 yards backing
  • Queen - 100" x 101" 2 jelly rolls 3 yards border & binding 2 1/2 yards sashing 9 yards backing
  • King - 118" x 124" 3 jelly rolls 3 1/2 yards border & binding 3 1/2 yards sashing 11 yards backing

You Will Also Need:

  • thread

About Designer

About Designer

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BS Biochemistry
MA Biochemistry and Cell Biology

Turned Quilting and Sewing Maniac!

I stay home with my four year old daughter and one year old little boy. I love every minute of being a mother to them. It was my desire to spoil my daughter with handmade clothing that began my sewing expedition. She delightfully tells me that I have "pretty fabrics" and things I create from them are ...

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