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Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern Backyard Bella


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This is an easy quilt pattern for jelly rolls and gives instructions for 6 sizes of quilt from Baby to King. It is ideal for beginner quilters as there are very few seams to match. The 14 page document has clear instructions and lots of photos. It includes cutting instructions, block construction, seam pressing, quilt layout and assembly, basting, quilting suggestions and binding. This modern quilt is fun to make and goes together quickly. The pattern will work with any jelly roll or fabrics from your stash. Use the hashtag #mackandmabelpattern to share what you have made with this pattern BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Use a rotary cutter Sew a 1/4" seam SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Baby quilt: 40" x 50" Crib quilt: 50" x 60" Toddler/Lap quilt: 50" x 70" Twin quilt: 70" x 90" Queen quilt: 90" x 110" King quilt: 100" x 120"

Recommended with this pattern

  • One to three jelly rolls depending on the size you are making
  • solid white background fabric
  • quilt backing

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Mack and Mabel
Mack and Mabel
Hi, my name is Julie and I've always crafted 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 baby,a new home present for a friend or some clothing altered. I also make a lot of clothes for charities like Dress A Girl Around the World and I like book-binding - making journals. I always have a project of some kind on the go. Please use the hashtag #mackandmabelpattern to share what you make with my patterns on social media