Back in 2015, I declared war on my stash of jelly rolls. Those lovely spirals of 2.5-inch strips were too much for me to resist, and I had accumulated more than I cared to admit. To use up my jelly roll of Basic Grey’s Evergreen line, I designed an easy quilt pattern and posted the corresponding tutorial here on From Bolt to Beauty.
This pattern, my Ridiculously Easy Jelly Roll Quilt, quickly became the most popular page on the site and continues to be so, year after year. Maybe other quilters, like me, have a jelly roll to use up, or maybe they are pulled in by the promise of an easy quilt pattern, I don’t know!
In any event, that tutorial has been designed as a free PDF download. To download your copy, click here! (If you read my posts through something like Bloglovin’, you may need to click through to my original post before downloading the PDF.)
I know I have at least one more Ridiculously Easy Jelly Roll Quilt in me, and I have my sights set on a jelly roll of Kate Spain’s Solstice collection—the last jelly roll in my stash. I may host a casual quilt-along on that front. I’ll keep you posted.
In the meantime, what have you been working on? If you can boast a quarantine-time finish, please add it to the linky below!
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- Post your finish in the linky tool. (No links to your own giveaway or linky, please!)
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