Easy Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern - 6 sizes

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Easy Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern - 6 sizes Pattern

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Quilting: Easy Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern - 6 sizes
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Quilting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Blanket/Bedspread

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • rotary cuting
  • sew an accurate 1/4" seam

Pattern Description:

This is a jelly roll quilt pattern.
All you need is one or two jelly rolls depending on the size you are making and some solid white fabric.
The pattern is written with the beginner quilter in mind and includes step by step instructions and plenty of photos to guide you through all the stages of quilt making - rotary cutting, piecing, making the quilt sandwich, machine quilting and binding your quilt.
It is quick ansd satisfying to construct and the modern design is suitable for any jelly roll or fabrics from your stash.

The pattern gives complete details of fabric requirements and instructions for 6 sizes of quilt:
In addition to the plentiful photos in the pattern, there is also a continuous binding photo tutorial on my blog to help you :
www.mackandmabel.blogspot.com

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Baby Quilt - 36" x 45"
  • Crib Quilt - 44" x60"
  • Toddler/Lap Quilt - 60" x 76"
  • Twin Size Quilt - 68" x 84"
  • Queen Size Quilt - 92" x 92"
  • King Size Quilt - 92" x 108!

Materials:

  • 1 or 2 jelly rolls depending on size
  • Solid white fabric for sashing - amount depends on size of quilt you are making
  • Binding fabric - amount depends on size of quilt you are making
  • Backing fabric
  • Batting

You Will Also Need:

  • Rotary cutter
  • Cutting mat
  • Sewing machine
  • Thread

About Designer

About Designer

Mack and Mabel on craftsy.com

Hi, my name is Julie and I've always "made stuff".as far back as I remember. My Nan and my Mum were always sewing and they patiently passed on their skills. I can remember sitting at home sewing doll's clothes during the school hols at about the age of 7 or so. I loved making clothes for my children when they were young. I'm the person my family come to when they want a handmade gift for a new ...

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