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

Big stitch using Jelly Roll Jam pattern in Scrumptious fabric by Bonnie & Camille Hand quilted by Lisa Price

Big stitch using Jelly Roll Jam pattern in Scrumptious fabric by Bonnie & Camille Hand quilted by Lisa Price

What is a Jelly Roll in quilting terms? A Jelly Roll has forty 2½” x 44″ strips of fabric. These forty strips are layered, rolled up tight, and tied with a bow. Jelly Rolls are wonderful and save so m

What is a Jelly Roll in quilting terms? A Jelly Roll has forty 2½” x 44″ strips of fabric. These forty strips are layered, rolled up tight, and tied with a bow. Jelly Rolls are wonderful and save so m

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 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!

14 Alternative Ways to Use Jelly Rolls

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!

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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