Let’s celebrate all things Jelly Roll with National Sew a Jelly Roll Day this Saturday, September 19th, 2020! Moda Fabrics created the jelly roll a number of years ago and they’ve created a day honoring one of my favorite things. Jelly Rolls are 2 1/2″ strips of fabric, from one fabric line. They are great for creating a quick quilt, because part of the cutting is already done for you. You can also cut your own jelly roll strips and create a scrappy assortment of fabrics for your own project.
This year we embraced Moda’s Three At A Time pattern, in honor of National Sew A Jelly Roll Day, and made this version using the Deer Christmas line of fabric.
Click on the link below to download the Three At a Time Pattern.
Here’s a look at another version of that pattern from Moda.
The second pattern we have to share from Moda Fabrics is Short & Long. This pattern features one Jelly Roll and 1 1/2 yards of background. Moda made up two versions of this quilt- one in Brights and one in Autumn.
Notice how one quilt uses a small corner stone block and the other just uses sashing. Both versions are in the pattern Short & Long. Click on the link below to download that pattern.
The last two patterns that Moda is sharing for National Sew A Jelly Roll Day are Sparkle & Illusion. These quilts feature a bit more piecing and need quite a bit more for background. Each quilt uses one jelly roll. Click on the links below to download the patterns.
I hope you enjoy these free quilt patterns, compliments of Moda Fabrics. I also hope they inspire you to find a Jelly Roll and sew along this Saturday!