Jelly Roll Slice!

Oh my goodness, this is a cute little pattern! I do love a good baby quilt pattern, and last year, I had fun making the Fat Quarter Shop’s Jelly Roll Jam quilt with their free pattern. It made a great little gift for a new baby. This year, they have done it again with Jelly Roll Slice and I am so excited to support FQS and quilt along with some fabulous bloggers. I had such fun with this pattern, and given that it only uses 17 jelly roll strips, I made two! You can download the pattern for free from here, and view the video on You Tube here. There are full instructions on creating larger quilts too. But if you prefer ready-made or are short on time, you can soon find my completed quilts in my very new Etsy shop.


The fabric I chose was Tucker Prairie by One Canoe Two and I chose Moda Bella Lead as my background. FQS have a kit available if you would like to make the quilt in Bonnie & Camille’s lovely Vintage Picnic range. FQS is offering 15% off jelly rolls until 28th February to celebrate the launch of the pattern.


Other bloggers participating in the blog hop are:

Taunja of Carried Away Quilting
Cheryl of Meadow Mist Designs
Terri Ann of Childlike Fascination
Eileen of Eileen in Stitches
Cristy of Love You Sew
Hayley of Moobird Stitches
Shelley of The Carpenter’s Daughter Who Quilts

Thank you so much for visiting.

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11 thoughts on “Jelly Roll Slice!

  1. Taunja says:

    Beautiful! Excellent choice for background fabric . . . your other prints just pop! And I love that you quilted it horizontally!! My mind wouldn’t have thought that way . . . and it is terrific!


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