While at Sew South last weekend we had a jelly roll race for charity. Each table received a jelly roll and was told to just go for it. Since the concept was left open and loose we all dove in to see which table would be the first to complete the mission!
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Welcome to the third part of our Jelly Roll Race Quilt series. So your standard Jelly Roll Race Quilt makes a finished top that is approximately 50 x 60 inches. This is fine for a throw quilt, or if you add a border it would work for a full sized bed. But if you want to make a Jelly Roll Race Quilt for a twin, queen, or king sized bed, you need to do some math.
InI wrote a Herringbone Block tutorial based on 1. Well, my quilting skills have come a long way since then! I want to revisit the herringbone style, this time with 2" finished strips and using the angle on my ruler to cut the blocks more consistently.
Precuts are pieces of fabric that have been cut into smaller sizes, making them convenient to use. Purchasing precuts from a manufacturer may cost a little extra, but they can save you a lot of time. Precuts come in many different sizes.
If you're new to quilting some of the terminology will seem quite bizarre. For experienced quilters, terms like fat quarters, fat flats, jelly rolls and charm packs will roll off the tongue - and the sewing machine! For those not yet educated in the language of quilting, these terms all refer to various forms of pre-cut squares of fabric used to make patchwork garments and quilts.
A jelly roll quilt is one of the easiest kinds of quilts to make because the fabric is pre-cut and you can use a simple sewing method to put it together. Some people even claim to be able to finish a jelly roll quilt top in less than an hour! If you are an experienced quilter, then this is a simple project that you can complete in a short space of time.