Jelly Roll Jam II quilt project

Jelly rolls are the best beginner quilter’s project and after the success of sewing my first quilt with one, I have been itching to make another for our little bub on the way.

I missed the Craft and Quilt Fair in Brisbane the last couple of years, but I managed to squeeze in a little time to drop in this year and picked up two gorgeous Moda jelly rolls: Deb Strain‘s Family Tree (a cute palette of cyan and orange, with deep browns, reds and blues as accents) and Eric and Julie Comstock’s S’more Love.

Fat Quarter Shop's Jelly Roll Jam II pattern

With this project, I used the Fat Quarter Shop‘s Jelly Roll Jam II pattern and half of my Deb Strain’s Family Tree jelly roll to make a crib blanket.

Fat Quarter Shop's Jelly Roll Jam II pattern

Fat Quarter Shop's Jelly Roll Jam II pattern

Fat Quarter Shop's Jelly Roll Jam II pattern

I love that they also have a video tutorial for it, so I can follow step-by-step if I felt lost reading the pattern. It was so easy I finished most of the panels in 2 hours in one evening, but that’s probably because I didn’t starch.