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Jelly Roll Quilts Round Up

Have you ever made a Jelly Roll Quilt? I’ve had so much fun looking at patterns for this post. There is such variety that can be made even though you’re starting with one size strip. Let me show you a few of my favorites.

The EVER popular Jelly Roll Race. You’ve seen this one I bet, it’s so popular. Jenny from Missouri Star Quilt Company made this video tutorial years ago and it went like wildfire throughout the quilty world. All you need is a jelly roll to finish this quilt top! It was so popular that Jelly Race 2 and Jelly Race 3 and a handful of other versions have been created since.

Strip and Flip Baby Quilt by Cluck Cluck Sew By making some strategic cuts and 2 strips of white, this fun baby quilt was born.

Check out the tutorial here:

Scrappy Granny Square Quilt by Quilty Love

The Granny Square is a great quilt block and using the jelly roll makes it so much faster!

See the Quilty Love Tutorial here:

The Dapper Quilt by Amy Ellis

By adding a few solids to your jelly roll, this fun baby quilt can be made. I love this block! Find the pattern and fabric requirements here:

Moonbeam Pillow by Quilt Cadets was originally designed for teaching young sewists but I think it’d brighten up any room. Find the pattern here:

Starstruck Quilt Pattern by Missouri Star Quilt Company. I love all the star quilts, this one is really fun with a scrappy look from using the jellyroll. Get the pattern here:

Jelly Roll Jamboree by Erica Arndt of Confessions of a Homeschooler. This quick quilt top would sew up in an afternoon. Find the pattern and video tutorial here:

Olive Branch & Signature Star Quilt by Edyta Sitar of Laundry Basket Quilts. This one is the next Jelly Roll pattern I’d like to try, I think it’s incredible and the pattern is free! Here’s the link:

Jelly Roll Rug by Roma Lambson of RJ Designs. OR Try this fun Jelly Roll Rug!

So you see, you really can’t go wrong with a Jelly Roll! There are so many different looks you can achieve with these simple strips! Give it a try! Love, Tamara

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