Jelly rolls and jelly roll quilt tutorials. You know- those big rolled piles of goodies that you are afraid to open.
Yup, look over to your closet or storage shelf and I’m pretty sure you’ll be looking at a few large rolls of fabric.
They might leave lint all over you when you touch or move them….but I’m telling you right now that you should.
There are a lot of projects you can make with them and surprisingly they come with a lot of fabric.
I kind of think one thing I like the most is that they all match. They typically come from one line of fabric–meaning you’ll get one strip from one of each fabric in the same line.
They all coordinate and look good together no matter what you do with them!
If you make your own –which is super simple to do as well, you’ll be just fine because typically these Jelly Roll Quilt Tutorials are a little scrappy looking, so they’ll fit right in.
What’s a Jelly Roll~
Jelly Roll 2 1/2 X 45 or Width of Fabric– when bought from the store they are wound all together in a circle. The raw edges are on the top and bottom of the roll.
How many Jelly Rolls does it take to make a quilt? If you’ve got that question going on.. then here is where you’ll find the answer! I go over all the details so you know what you’ll need for that twin or king sized quilt. Check it out here.
Jelly Roll Quilt Tutorials~
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