Looking for your next project? You're going to love Jelly Roll Railfence Quilt by designer SheilaChristensen.

Jelly Roll Railfence Quilt

Looking for your next project? You're going to love Jelly Roll Railfence Quilt by designer SheilaChristensen.

Jelly Roll Baby Quilt featuring Sweetest Thing designed by Zoe Pearn for Riley Blake Designs

Jelly Roll Baby Quilt featuring Sweetest Thing designed by Zoe Pearn for Riley Blake Designs

I have so many jelly rolls that I don't know what to do anymore. Love the ideas here though.

45 Free Jelly Roll Quilt Patterns + New Jelly Roll Quilts

I have so many jelly rolls that I don't know what to do anymore. Love the ideas here though.

Read the Introduction: Use All the Jelly Rolls!  Fabric Requirements 29 patterned jelly roll strips (I used pieces from Basic Grey’s 25th and Pine line and Evergreen line) 1⅔ yards of solid fabric or

Tutorial: Ridiculously Easy Jelly Roll Quilt (From Bolt to Beauty)

Read the Introduction: Use All the Jelly Rolls! Fabric Requirements 29 patterned jelly roll strips (I used pieces from Basic Grey’s 25th and Pine line and Evergreen line) 1⅔ yards of solid fabric or

NARROW SASHING:  1. Quilt blocks = top + batting + backing, quilt all the way to edges.  2. Sashing: sew top & bottom strips to 1st block with SAME seam.  3. Join: sew bottom strip to next block, open blocks out and lay flat. Edges of blocks should meet.  4. Finish: slip-stitch top strip to 2nd block by hand.

NARROW SASHING: 1. Quilt blocks = top + batting + backing, quilt all the way to edges. 2. Sashing: sew top & bottom strips to 1st block with SAME seam. 3. Join: sew bottom strip to next block, open blocks out and lay flat. Edges of blocks should meet. 4. Finish: slip-stitch top strip to 2nd block by hand.

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