This week the Fat Quarter Shop is launching another terrific free pattern in their Shortcut Quilt Series: the \”Jelly Roll Slice.\” Their Shortcut Quilt patterns are always terrific. They are geared toward helping you sew together a quick, beautiful quilt using a precut. The patterns typically offer a variety of sizes, from runners or baby quilts all the way up to queen sized quilts! And bonus . . . now through February 28, all jelly rolls and rollie pollies will be 15% off. No coupon code is needed!
For my project, I chose a beautiful 2.5\” rolie polie precut from Riley Blake Designs called \”Chatsworth\” by Emily Taylor. I had been eyeing this fabric online for a while, but I had not seen it in person. Let me tell you, when it arrived . . . I was not disappointed. It is a beautiful line with rich colors and gorgeous patterns. It somehow has the perfect mix of traditional and modern that makes it a refreshing line to work with. When I showed the fabric to my daughter, she looked at it and said, \”Wow Mom, I love this! This fabric is really . . . stylish!\” I knew just what she meant and I agreed wholeheartedly.
I decided to make the smallest quilt in the pattern, which measures at 40 1/2\” by 40 1/2\” and uses less than one rolie polie. It was a speedy quilt to put together, but it has such an impact! The quilt is hanging above the fireplace in our living room. I think it brings a sophisticated spring feeling into the room! The soft swirly quilting was done by Barb at Quilts on Broadway, my friend and local quilt shop owner.
The lovely people at the Fat Quarter Shop have made up their sample using \”Vintage Picnic\” by Bonnie & Camille for Moda. It is so darling and they are offering a kit in those fabrics! Here are some links to get you started:
I hope you\’ll check out these links and more at the Fat Quarter Shop. They have so many wonderful products and tutorials to keep you busy every day of the week, month and year!
Several other bloggers will also be sharing their Jelly Roll Slice projects! Please visit them as well to see what lovely things they have created!
Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today! Here\’s hoping you get carried away quilting often!