A big block quilt made from a Jelly Roll (2.5" x width of fabric strips) and background yardage. Thanks to the large blocks, cutting is quick and the piecing goes quickly. You'll have enough strips leftover from your jelly roll for a fun scrappy binding. The quilt finishes at 61” square, so it’s perfect for snuggling on the couch.
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Sample Details: Made in Alison Glass Road Trip and Kona White
2 1/3 yards
|5/8 yard or leftover strips||4 yards or 2 yards of 108" wide backing|
Difficulty: Advanced Beginner
- Some bias sewing
- 1/4" piecing: Close 1/4" seams will help accuracy but the cutting instructions are slightly oversized and units are trimmed down to size to help with accuracy during final assembly.
- Rotary Cutting skills
- Basic assembly skills
- Sewing Machine
- Rotary Cutter and Mat
- Iron for pressing
- Detailed instructions with full-color diagrams
- Coloring Page to try out your own combinations
- Cutting instructions with diagrams
- Tutorial links and tips
- Instant Download
Pattern copyright Megan Ellinger 2019. Purchase includes permission to sell finished products but not to redistribute the pattern in any format. This listing is for the pattern only, the quilt pictured is not included and not for sale.