Jelly rolls are a fab little product that can be used in a wide range of projects. Longer and thinner than fat quarters, they are ideal for quilting projects of all kinds!

Jelly rolls are a fab little product that can be used in a wide range of projects. Longer and thinner than fat quarters, they are ideal for quilting projects of all kinds!

Here is a quick weekend quilt top you can make fast, easy, that looks like you spent weeks on. This would also make a great gift since it i...

Here is a quick weekend quilt top you can make fast, easy, that looks like you spent weeks on. This would also make a great gift since it i...

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

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

Hello! Today's post is all about jelly rolls...those adorable bundles of 2 1/2" by width of fabric strips. Of course you can also make your own jelly rolls from your scraps by simply saving 2 1/2" str

Hello! Today's post is all about jelly rolls...those adorable bundles of 2 1/2" by width of fabric strips. Of course you can also make your own jelly rolls from your scraps by simply saving 2 1/2" str

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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