Ribbon Star Quilt. Jelly roll strip patchwork quilt with an optical illusion. This is the most visited tutorial on my blog.
It's a lot easier than it looks. If you want me to make up a custom jelly roll from fabrics I have in stock, just email me with your requirements and I'll get back to you with a price. Here is the finished quilt. I used 40 Moda Jelly Roll strips to make this patchwork top so I thought I’d take plenty of photos and write a tutorial in case anyone else wanted to make one. I’ve seen pictures of this design many times before on the internet in lots of different colours and fabric designs. Anyway, here goes: Start with 40 two and a half inch strips across the width of the fabric. Lay the strips along the ironing board and spray the creases with a little bit of water.
Sew together one dark and one light. Return this double strip to the original group of 4 strips. You should end up with 10 strips of four going light, dark, light, dark. Now, take one of the strip sets and cut the selvedge off. Draw the diagonal on the top square. Jelly-roll-posies-for-baby.pdf. Boxystarspf.pdf. Make a "Summer in the Park" Quilt Using Jelly Rolls. Christa’s Quilt Along 1.1 – The Jolly Jelly Roll Quilt Supply List. Do you love precuts but have no idea what to do with them?
Are you tired of quilting by check and want to make your own quilts from start to finish? Do basting and binding a quilt scare you? Then come join me for a quilting adventure and I’ll show you how to finish your own quilts yourself, and hopefully help you build the confidence to do so! With my Quilt Along series I will post step-by-step tutorials showing you exactly how to make a quilt from beginning to end.
My first project is this super simple Jolly Jelly Roll quilt. Scroll to the end of this post for the schedule. I designed this quilt in EQ7 using fabric swatches Bonnie and Camille’s Vintage Modern collection. Let’s get started! Suggested Supply List Quilt Vital Statistics Size: Approximately 51″ x 51″Finished Block Size: 4″Number of Blocks in Quilt: 100 (set 10 x 10)Number of Blocks in Border: 45 Go gather up your supplies and follow the links below for some fun sewing! Additional Notes About This Quilt.
Summer in the Park Quilt Revamped- Easy Quilting With Jelly Rolls. SKINNY. A Walk in the Park Quilt Tutorial. What you will need:One Central Park by Kate Spain Jelly RollOne Bella Basics White Jelly Roll1/2 yard Central Park fabric for the border 1/2 yard Central Park fabric for binding3 yards fabric for backing You will be making 40 printed rectangles (with white in the center) and 5 white rectangles (with a print in the center).Take your Central Park Jelly Roll and cut EACH strip as follows: TWO 8 1/2" pieces TWO - 6 1/2" pieces You will have 40 sets of printed strips.
Then from FIVE of the strips cut an additional 8 1/2" piece. From your Bella White Jelly Roll you will need:50 - 8 1/2" strips and 10 - 6 1/2" strips Next Step: Make your rectangles! All seam allowances are 1/4". Three Big Bags From One Jelly Roll! Free Quilt Pattern - Jelly Roll Jam Quilt Pattern - Fat Quarter Shop. Always Great, Always Free Quilting Tutorials.