If you want to make this quilt, this is what you need for one quilt that measures 56" X 96": 1 Jelly Roll and 3 yards of background fabric-for a quilt without borders. If you want to put borders on the quilt, add the amount you need for the border to your materials.
Cut each of your jelly roll strips into (4) 6.5" rectangles and (4) 2.5" squares.
Cut your background fabric into (11) 2.5" strips and (11) 6.5" strips.
Sew all of your 2.5" jelly roll squares to your 6.5" background strips and all of your 6.5" rectangles to your 2.5" background strips.
Press the seam toward the jelly roll fabrics.
You will have 168 sets of 8.5 inch strips.
You will have a sets that look like this.
Sew two sets together to make a block. Here are a couple of ideas for how to sew the sets together.
When you sew your blocks together, you can turn your block whichever way the seams from each set of blocks butt together.
You can purchase this quilt flimsy from my ETSY shop.
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