The brick-work quilt is my another take on the beloved Jelly Roll strips. If you are looking for a fun, yet simple pattern to utilize these lovely fabric strips, this pattern may be just for you.
Finished Quilt Measurement : 55 1/2" x 63 1/2" (141 x 161 cm)
Block measurements : 8 1/2" x 8 1/2" (21.5 x 21.5 cm)
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What you need to make this quilt
42x Jelly roll strips - 2 1/2” x 44“ (6.4 x 111 cm) strips
1x full bundle of jelly roll strips should suffice for this project, however each manufacturer
may vary in the amount of strips given in a package, (somewhere between 38-45 strips).
If yours is less than 42 pcs, cut few extra strips in neutral colors to get the required amount.
2/3 yard border fabric
I use Kona fabric in off-white color to pull this quilt together
58” x 66”(147 x 168 cm) batting
use batting of your choice, I always prefer cotton batting since it's breathable and easy to work with
3 1/2 yard backing fabric
1/2 yard binding fabric
Note: yardage requirements are estimated, based on standard 44” wide cotton quilting fabric.
Machine quilting thread (if opt machine quilting)
Basic sewing /quilting notions
What fabric did I use to make this quilt?
I did mix and match several fabric lines, gathering leftover and half opened jelly roll strips that have been accumulating in my stash. Although I would guess about 60% of the fabrics are from French General by Moda Fabrics.
Please watch the full video tutorial on my Youtube channel, and happy quilting.
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