50 Jelly Roll Quilt Patterns

Immerse yourself in the sumptuous world of Jelly Rolls with these exciting Jelly Roll Quilt Patterns! Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced quilter, you’re sure to enjoy this fresh batch of patterns for your favorite Jelly Rolls!

JELLY ROLL QUILT PATTERNS

Jelly roll quilts are some of the quickest and most satisfying quilts in life to make. They have earned themselves thousands of devotees around the world and it’s easy to see why.

If you’ve not come across them before, Jelly Rolls are a pack of pre-cut strips of fabric which are all the same width, making them easy to cut quickly into a batch of shapes which you can mix them together in all sorts of clever ways to make a speedy quilt.

As all the measuring has been done for you, you get to dive straight into the sewing! Get your sewing machine ready to dive into the fabulous art of quilting with Jelly Rolls, no experience required! 


1. Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by KB Landford Fabrics

This is a great easy quick pattern! It makes a quilt top that measures 50” x 64” and wastes little to none of your jelly roll! It requires a jelly roll, ½ yard for binding and 3.25 yards for backing, and batting.

It looks great with many styles from modern to more vintage feeling quilts. It requires very little cutting and can be pieced in an afternoon. Great for a beginner! No seams to match up!

Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by KB Landford Fabrics

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2. Norwegian Wood Quilt Pattern by David And Charles

Create a beautiful jelly roll quilt with this pattern. If you don’t normally chain piece, then this is a great quilt to get some practice!

There are lots of pieces but it’s amazing how quickly it goes together with chain piecing. There’s also very little pinning as it is only necessary to use one pin when sewing the rows of the blocks together.

Norwegian Wood Quilt Pattern by David And Charles

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3. Jelly Roll French Braid Quilt Pattern by Pure Joy Patterns

A Jelly Roll makes a beautiful French Braid quilt without having to pick out all those colors. This pattern goes together quick and can easily be done in just a few days.

The Jelly Roll needs to have three basic color pallets and a good combination of light, medium, and dark colors in each color way to complete the quilt as shown.

Jelly Roll French Braid Quilt Pattern by Pure Joy Patterns

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4. Jelly Strip Stash Buster Quilt Pattern by Cluck Cluck Sew

This is an excellent, budget-friendly quilt that allows you to use up your extra strips of fabric. You can choose to lay the blocks horizontally or vertically. This tutorial uses fat quarters and makes a great bed quilt size since the blocks are big!

Jelly Strip Stash Buster Quilt Pattern by Cluck Cluck Sew

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5. Race Jelly Roll Quilting Pattern by Wise Craft Handmade

This Jelly Roll Race Quilt is one of the fastest quilt tops you can make. This pattern only takes about an hour to put together, and then you’re free to doodle free-motion designs over the top to add some flair! Once you have your strips ready, just start sewing and see what patterns your fabric makes!

Jelly Roll Race Quilt Pattern by Wise Craft Handmade

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6. Star Watch Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Carried Away Quilting

Star Watch is a 64 x 74 quilt that is jelly roll friendly. In this charming pattern, a single row of twinkling midnight stars overlooks a landscape of log cabins. The jelly roll is used to construct the blocks and also the fun scrappy binding!

Also see: Lone Star Quilt Patterns and Star Quilt Patterns

Star Watch Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Carried Away Quilting

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7. Cracklin Rosie Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Log Cabin Quiltery

This pattern is based on the basic Friendship Block. With the right color placement, and some creative piecing in the sashings, a wonderful quilt design will emerge!

The blocks are easy to assemble and turn out slightly oversized – you will cut them down to 12.5″ x 12.5″ squares in the final step. Though accurate piecing is recommended, the pattern construction is very forgiving – even for beginner quilters.

Cracklin Rosie Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Log Cabin Quiltery

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8. Jelly Roll Strip Quilt Pattern by See Kate Sew

This quilt block is very easy and uses a 2.5″ strip which you can buy precut in jelly roll (rolie polie) form! This Jelly Roll Strip Quilt uses 1 jelly roll/rolie polie and 1 solid coordinating color.

You will have extra fabric from the jelly roll left over so you can use it for other projects. This pattern comes together quickly and makes a lap-sized quilt.

Jelly Roll Strip Quilt Pattern by See Kate Sew

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9. Free Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Gathered

We’re channeling the vintage crocheted granny blanket look with this easy quilt-as-you-go project. You could also use offcuts of fabric from past projects if you wanted to make this quilt as a new year stash buster. 

Free Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Gathered

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10. Rail Fence Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Come What May Creations

This Rail Fence Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern Is ideal for the beginning quilter. It is quick and easy to put together and works great with Jelly Rolls from Moda or Rolie Polies from Riley Blake. This pattern is a great way to show off a lot of fabrics in one quilt. This pattern includes instructions for a baby quilt and a lap quilt.

Rail Fence Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Come What May Creations

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11. Easy One Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Sweet Jane

This quilt pattern works with just about any type of fabric. The thing I love about this quilt is you just need one jelly roll and some neutral fabric, so fabric selection is easy and there isn’t much cutting.

This quilt would make a great baby quilt with the right fabric. You can also make the alternating outside boxes and inner squares white for a nice contrast.

Easy One Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Sweet Jane

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12. Easy Beginner Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Melanie Ham

a super easy jelly roll quilt – like a great first quilt top tutorial type of project. All you need is a jelly roll pre-cut, some coordinating thread and a sewing machine!

Pick an ombre solid pattern or a bold fabric combo because the construction is so simple, that will really make it pop!

Easy Beginner Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Melanie Ham

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13. Boxes Of Colour Quilt Pattern by Moda Fabrics

This quilt uses two blocks in its design, with a bit of a play on the bento box pattern. With the right colour placement, this pattern creates bright pops of colour to capture attention.

Boxes Of Colour Quilt Pattern by Moda Fabrics

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14. Table Runner Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Dilly Dally Everyday

This pattern is designed to use scraps. If you are a new quilter and don’t have scraps then a junior jelly roll is enough to make any size runner. Junior jelly rolls contain 20 – 2 1/2 wide by 42 inch strips. This pattern allows you the freedom to choose the length you want to make. It also comes together very quickly, perfect for handmade gifts!

Table Runner Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Dilly Dally Everyday

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15. Jelly Roll Dresden Quilt Pattern by Carolyn’s In Stitches

This pattern blends the traditional Dresden Plate pattern with the convenience of the modern jelly roll to simplify the creation of a beautiful quilt. It is actually quick and easy to do. A template is included; just add it to your existing favorite ruler for accurate cutting.

Using a Jelly Roll, you will have enough to create this quilt plus a matching wall hanging OR two matching pillow shams with a half dresden plate on each. 

Jelly Roll Dresden Quilt Pattern by Carolyn's In Stitches

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16. Take Two Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Sterling Quilt Company

Quick, jelly roll friendly quilt pattern perfect for beginners and experienced quilters alike. Instructions for two lap size quilts and bonus pillows or table runner are included in the pattern.

Each quilt consists of the same 12″ finished block. Take One uses 30 blocks and gets a scrappy binding and Take Two uses only 20 blocks but gets a scrappy border. Both layouts are too cute to choose just one, so Take Two it is!

Take Two Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Sterling Quilt Company

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17. On A Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Meadow Mist Designs

This On a “Jelly” Roll is a wonderfully quick and easy jelly roll quilt pattern. One jelly roll will make a lap sized quilt or two baby quilts (or a baby and toddler size quilt). The block design results in a star and irish chain pattern.

On A Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Meadow Mist Designs

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18. Jelly Roll Jamboree Quilt Pattern by Confessions Of A Homeschooler

As is in the name, this quilt is perfect for a jelly roll, but you can always use your 2.5″ strip scraps as well! This Jelly Roll Jamboree Quilt finishes at 76″ x 76″ but, you can add/subtract blocks to make it any size you like!

And all you need is 1 Jelly Roll, white fabric for the sashing, two different border fabrics, backing, batting, and binding and you’re all set!

Jelly Roll Jamboree Quilt Pattern by Confessions Of A Homeschooler

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19. Batik Braid Quilt Pattern by Reanna Lily Designs

This Jelly Roll Braid Quilt is an amazing addition to add to your living room couch or bedroom. This pattern uses a colorful jelly roll of batiks to make a traditional French braid quilt. After sewing the strips onto each other in an ever-lengthening braid pattern, you will trim the edges down to get one long braid strip.

Batik Braid Quilt Pattern by Reanna Lily Designs

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20. Needles, The Hedgehog Jelly Roll Rug Pattern by Ira Rott Patterns

Needles, the Hedgehog will brighten up your day and your living space, just get your thread and needles ready for this fun Jelly Roll project.

When finished, use it as a reading rug, bathroom mat, wall hanging, or as a picnic blanket. You can even turn your hedgehog block into a modern quilt by adding negative space from background fabric.

Needles, The Hedgehog Jelly Roll Rug Pattern by Ira Rott Patterns

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21. Sweet Scalloped Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Carried Away Quilting

This Sweetly Scalloped is a 59 1/2″ x 70 1/2″ quilt that is jelly roll friendly. Select your favorite 2.5″ strip precut (jelly roll, rolie polie, or strips from your stash), along with a focal fabric and coordinating scallop and border fabric and you can whip up this darling quilt in a weekend!

Sweet Scalloped Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Carried Away Quilting

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22. Jelly Lanterns Quilt Pattern by Meadow Mist Designs

Jelly Lanterns is a beginner level, jelly roll friendly pattern that creates lantern like shapes when the blocks are sewn together. The pattern contains instructions for three sizes: lap, twin, and queen.

Jelly Lanterns Quilt Pattern by Meadow Mist Designs

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23. Modern Strip Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Scattedred Thoughts Of A Crafty Mom

This easy Jelly Roll quilt can be sewn up in just a few short hours. All you need is 13 colored or patterned jelly roll strips, 17 solid strips for the background, plus about a yard of the background color for the borders, and you will have your own version of a Modern Strip Quilt in just a few hours!

Modern Strip Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Scattedred Thoughts Of A Crafty Mom

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24. Jelly Weave Quilt Pattern by Annie’s Catalog

Jelly Weave is a strip quilt that is so quick and easy, but has a woven look that looks complicated (it’s not)! Make the throw size quilt with just one Jelly Roll, or yardage. The large blocks are set on point, so if you’ve never tried an on point quilt yet, this quilt is a great place to start!

The pattern includes 5 sizes, and can look good in any fabric combo, whether you want something more traditional or maybe very modern. 

Jelly Weave Quilt Pattern by Annie's Catalog

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25. Floor Plan Quilt Pattern by Kristy Daum

Floor Plan is a jelly-roll friendly pattern that gives you several ways to use your favorite colors and prints to create a dynamic modern quilt that you will be happy to give as a gift, or use in your home. This pattern is suitable for quilters of all experience levels. 

Floor Plan Quilt Pattern by Kristy Daum

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26. Monochrome Sunset Quilt Pattern by Sew Motion UK

This fresh and modern quilt pattern is based on the 2.5″ fabric strip, commonly known as the jelly roll strip. Some simple sewing and cutting is followed by clever block placement to create this impressive zig-zag design.

This quilt finishes at approx 53″ x 56″ and would make a beautiful large lap quilt or a funky bed quilt in any modern home.

Monochrome Sunset Quilt Pattern by Sew Motion UK

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27. On The Plus Side Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Orange Dot Quilts

This pattern uses only Jelly Roll strips to create a contemporary quilt for a baby or, by increasing the size, for an adult. It would look great in other fabric combinations, or using prints, batiks, or just black and white for a sophisticated grown-up look. Color option offered for a two color combination. 

On The Plus Side Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Orange Dot Quilts

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28. Unicorn Candy Quilt Pattern by Jaded Spade Creations

Bright and fun pattern creates blocks that resemble rainbow pillow candy perfect for any unicorn or unicorn lover. Pre-cuts friendly, you can easily use your favorite jelly roll plus yardage for background, sashing, and borders.

Unicorn Candy Quilt Pattern by Jaded Spade Creations

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29. Tropical Punch Quilt Pattern by Moda Fabrics

This quilt is inspired by vintage chimney sweep quilts. The colors will remind you of summer and a tropical getaway. Make your blocks “scrappy” by mixing up the prints by color, or you could also stick with one print for each block in order to achieve a more streamlined look. The possibilities are endless!

Tropical Punch Quilt Pattern by Moda Fabrics

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30. Jelly Roll Twist Quilt Pattern by The Jolly Jabber Quilting Blog

This classic quilt is simple to make using small jelly roll strips. Combine some fun-patterned strips with the plain blocks, and you have the perfect, eye-catching quilt.

Jelly Roll Twist Quilt Pattern by The Jolly Jabber Quilting Blog

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31. Riding The River Rapids Quilt Pattern by Kohatu Patterns

This strip quilt pattern is a fantastic quick and easy quilt to put together and great for beginners. This pattern is a great way to show off a lot of different fabrics in one patchwork quilt and does not waste much fabric. It’s perfect for jelly/desert rolls! 

Riding The River Rapids Quilt Pattern by Kohatu Patterns

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32. Woodland Daybreak Quilt Pattern by My Quilt Room

A very easy quilt to make, and because you can buy pre-cut 2½” strips (jelly rolls), it goes even faster. There are (42) 2-1/2″ x 42″ strips in a jelly roll. It takes 2 jelly rolls for a twin size, 4 jelly rolls for a queen, and 5 jelly rolls for a king. 

Woodland Daybreak Quilt Pattern by My Quilt Room

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33. Twist & Slice Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Feed Dog Shop

Twist & Slice is an easy pieced quilt pattern perfect for precut jelly rolls (or any other 2½” strips)! Using strip-piecing and clever techniques, you won’t need specialty rulers and you won’t have to sew Y-seams.

You’ll use this versatile pattern over and over to make quick quilts for babies, gifts, charity, or just for fun. Finished blocks are about 17″ square for a big, bold statement.

Twist & Slice Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Feed Dog Shop

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34. The Tree Is Trimmed Mini Quilt Pattern by From Bolt To Beauty

This mini-quilt uses jelly-roll strips to construct the cross-stitch blocks and background. It’s perfect for chain piecing, and if you start the assembly line now, you can create a veritable forest of Christmas trees well in advance of holiday gift giving.

The Tree Is Trimmed Mini Quilt Pattern by From Bolt To Beauty

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35. Kisses Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Sew Can She

Jelly roll strip quilts are fast and easy to sew – and this Kisses Quilt Pattern is no different! A jelly roll is a bundle of forty 2 1/2’’ wide strips of fabric. They are so much fun because they contain every fabric in a collection.

Sew this fast and easy Kisses Quilt Pattern with half of a jelly roll bundle of print fabric plus a jelly roll (or 2 1/2 yards) of solid fabric for the background.

This is a great quilt to sew while hanging out with friends (or taking a break from more complicated projects) because piecing it together is very simple and repetitive.

Kisses Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Sew Can She

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36. Candy Rose Quilt Pattern by Rachelle Denneny

Don’t you love those gorgeous Jelly Rolls and Charm packs in the quilt stores, this quilt is designed just for them. Easy strip piecing blocks with a large sashings and cornerstones. 

Candy Rose would also look fantastic and very striking using three different fabrics for the blocks plus a background and cornerstone fabric.

Candy Rose Quilt Pattern by Rachelle Denneny

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37. Iris Quilt Pattern by Erica Jackman

This project is a great way to use what you already have in your stash – it works with fat quarters, a jelly roll, or scraps. The fat quarter and jelly roll options are both strip pieced, so this quilt comes together surprisingly fast. 

Iris Quilt Pattern by Erica Jackman

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38. Clover Fields Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Bre T Quilt Designs

This lovely pattern hits all of the marks. It is written to work with most precuts, it is perfect for beginning quilters or those looking for a quick project, and it’s gorgeous! It is my favorite jelly roll quilt pattern! If you’ve been looking for an awesome pattern to help you work through your fabric stash, this one got you covered!

Clover Fields Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Bre T Quilt Designs

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39. Jelly Roll Waves Quilt Pattern by busy Hands Quilts

Jelly Roll Waves is a striking pattern in 6 sizes, including baby, small lap, large lap, twin, queen, and king. This pattern looks great from a wide variety of fabrics and backgrounds. The waves can be laid out vertically or horizontally, and instructions are given for both orientations

Jelly Roll Waves Quilt Pattern by busy Hands Quilts

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40. Cutting Corners Quilt Pattern by Missouri Star Blog

Cutting Corners combines strip sets and half square triangles together into one gorgeously simple design. It’s scrappy and it’s clean at the same time! Use the jelly roll fabrics of your choice to make the triangles, and then pair them with a solid background color to even it out.

Cutting Corners Quilt Pattern by Missouri Star Blog

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41. City Slicker Quilt Pattern by Highway 10 Designs

City Slicker is a Jelly Roll friendly pattern that has casual charm and subtle sophistication. The quilt is created with a single block, no sashing required! The secondary design that is created when the blocks comes together is a pleasant surprise. 

It makes a great retreat project using chain piecing to speed the up the process of making the blocks, and only requiring a design wall or floor space to lay things out in the final step.

City Slicker Quilt Pattern by Highway 10 Designs

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42. Cinched Quilt Pattern by During Quiet Time

Cinched is not your average jelly roll pattern; it boasts both a bold primary and secondary pattern. It is made with 2 jelly rolls (or their equivalent): one for the brights and one for the background.

The quilt top is a cinch to make and appropriate for even a beginner. There is no squaring up or trimming down. It’s also super chain-piece-able!

Cinched Quilt Pattern by During Quiet Time

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43. To The Point Jelly Quilt Pattern by Stitchery Dickory Dock

Just 1 jelly roll and a couple of yards of white gave me 2 nice sized quilts – each 51″ square! These are very quick, with minimal cutting, and are just perfect for a beginner, or any quilter who just wants to “get to the point” and stitch up some fast n’ easy gift or donation quilts.

To The Point Jelly Quilt Pattern by Stitchery Dickory Dock

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44. Rough Cut Diamonds Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Bre T Quilt Designs

This Rough Cut Diamonds Quilt Pattern is the perfect jelly roll quilt pattern. It is so versatile If you’ve got precuts you have been wanting to use this is the pattern for you!  This pattern is written for you to use yardage, fat quarters, layer cakes, jelly rolls, and even your scraps!

If your jelly roll contains two of each patterned strip you can make each diamond a solid of that print. But if there is just one, it gives you the perfect scrappy vibe like this one!

Rough Cut Diamonds Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Bre T Quilt Designs

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45. Heart Quilt Pattern by Mack And Mabel

You just need one or more jelly rolls, depending on the size you are making, and one neutral background fabric for this Heart Quilt. The pattern also gives instructions for using the off-cuts from the blocks to make a design on the back of your quilt if you wish. It is an easy beginner friendly pattern and the blocks are quick to make.

Heart Quilt Pattern by Mack And Mabel

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46. Strip Tube Quilt Pattern by A Bright Corner

A strip tube ruler helps in the making of this quilt. However, if you don’t have one, you can still make the quilt. There are video instructions linked in this pattern to show you how to use a regular square ruler for this lovely design.

This Strip Tube Quilt is a treat for the eyes and for anyone who appreciates quilted beauty. Make sure to use pretty fabric strips with vibrant tones that stand out well against the background.

Strip Tube Quilt Pattern by A Bright Corner

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47. Jelly Garden Quilt Pattern by Sweet Girl Studio

This lovely little throw measures just 50 x 63 inches and is wonderful for anyone looking for a simple project that can be done anywhere! Jelly Garden uses 1 jelly roll and 3 yards of background. Add fringes or you can trim straight and bind if you prefer.

Jelly Garden Quilt Pattern by Sweet Girl Studio

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48. Color Stack Quilt Pattern by Hopeful Homemaker

This Color Stack Quilt is a fun, modern quilt pattern that uses 2.5″ jelly roll strips. Play with color, cutting strips from your stash, or use two jelly rolls. Fall is a celebration of color and this quilt perfectly captures it.

Color Stack Quilt Pattern by Hopeful Homemaker

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49. Star Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Maple Cottage Designs

This beautiful and easy Star Quilt Pattern includes 4 sizes and features an assortment of peaceful stars set on point and accented with an easy double-stripe border that gives it a farmhouse look. Perfect for jelly rolls or scraps! 

The Pillow Sham coordinates beautifully with the quilt and has a secret hidden pocket! Great for stashing a favorite book or journal. Kids can store the quilt and toys in it. Perfect for sleepovers.

Star Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by Maple Cottage Designs

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50. Grandma’s Lattice Quilt Pattern by Sew Can She

Sew up a beautiful lattice quilt with patchwork squares – just like grandma would make! This free pattern is for a generous 77’’ x 77’’ size throw quilt. The best part is that it is both fat quarter friendly and jelly roll friendly. 

Grandma's Lattice Quilt Pattern by Sew Can She

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IF YOU WANT TO LEARN TO QUILT AND MAKE SIMPLE PROJECTS IN ONLY A DAY OR TWO, THIS COLLECTION OF JELLY ROLL QUILT PATTERNS IS FOR YOU!

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