Two Baby Quilts On A Jelly Roll

Two New Baby Quilts For One Lucky Baby.

Jelly Rolls are a great way to make a baby quilt. They’re bright and fun, and a design that baby can grow up with and still love as a preschooler! The pattern is designed around making two baby quilts, or a baby and throw size quilt using just one jelly roll.



Color choices needn’t be just baby. This quilt would make a great throw over the sofa.

one jelly roll baby quilt

If you enjoy working with jelly rolls you’ll get a lot of joy making these quilts. Orphan jelly strips pile up, and even adding two or three alternating solids for the chains can be a great addition to forgotten strips of colorful prints. A lap size quilt requires just 36 x 2 1/2″ strips, and with the addition of a little yardage, you’ll have a new throw for summer!

one jelly roll quilt for beginners

Make a boy and girl version using Cheryl Brickley’s super smart ‘two for one’ design, by coordinating left over fabric strips and adding colors to suit, or make a couple of scrappy quilts for two best friends! The kids will love it!

The pattern includes 3 quilt sizes:
Baby: 40″ x 40″
Toddler: 40″ x 60″
Lap: 60″ x 60″.

If you’re spoilt for pre cuts, and on a roll with jelly strips, using this design from Cheryl Brickey of Meadow Mist Designs, using just one jelly roll you can make both a baby and toddler size quilt, plus!