What a fun project. I’ve had a great time going back and revisiting these…my only wish is that I would have had a better camera back then.
2 Reunion Jelly Rolls
2.5 yards Ink 5477 18 Setting Triangles, Corners and Outer Border
3.25 yards Cherry 5476 22* Blocks, Inner Border and Binding
9 yards Cherry 5478 12 Backing
This quilt features 112 8″ finished blocks set on point.
Each block uses 27″ of jelly roll strip. Three blocks can be made with two matching jelly roll strips. To cut the blocks you will need to unroll both jelly rolls. Match the like fabric together. Set the fabric that is the same as the red squares aside.
From each set cut:
6~ 2 1/2″ cuts, 6~ 4 1/2″ cuts, 6~ 6 1/2″ cuts
From the red fabric:
Cut 30 2 1/2″ strips. Sub cut into 448~ 2 1/2″ squares.
Cut 9~1 1/2″ strips
Cut 10~ 2 1/2″ strips
Setting Triangles and Outer border:
Cut 3~ 13 1/2″ strips. Sub cut into 8~ 13 1/2″ squares. Cut SIX twice on the diagonals to create 24 setting triangles. Cut the remaining TWO once on the diagonal to create the corner triangles. Cut 10~ 3 1/2″ strips for the outer border.
Let’s start sewing! To make a block you need:
2~ 2 1/2″, 2~ 4 1/2″, 2~ 6 1/2″ pieces from the jelly roll strips and 4~red 2 1/2″ squares.
Sew the 2 1/2″ squares together as shown. Press to the red.
Sew the pieces together to create a four patch. Press.
Sew the 4 1/2″ pieces to each side as shown. Press away from the red
If the 4 1/2″ pieces do not line up with the four patch, you are sewing with an incorrect seam allowance. Take the time to correct it now. If everything matches up continue on with your block.
Sew the remaining 2 1/2″ red squares to the 6 1/2″ pieces. Press away from the red.
Sew the newly created pieces to the block. Note the position of the red pieces.
Create 111 more blocks.
Lay the blocks out in an on point (diagonal) setting. Sew together in diagonal strips. Then sew the strips together.
Trim the edges if necessary. Sew the inner border strips together, pressing seams open. Add to the quilt.
Sew the outer border strips together, press seams open and add them to the quilt.
Piece the quilt backing together. Press. Layer the backing, batting and quilt top. Quilt as desired. Trim. Sew the binding strips together. Bind.
98″ x 98″ quilt
As I was sewing my quilt, I discover one of the fabric prints had newsprint as the design. I picked up and fabric and started reading it only to discover my little town of 257 people was listed on the fabric! How fun was that??
I think I’d like to make this again..this time, scrappy. Of course, scrappy without a fabric line.
That’s a really pretty quilt! I’d like to make that one but I don’t need additions to my bucket list!
Pretty quilt – my first thought was what would this look like scrappy but you beat me to it! Thank you for some great instruction. How old is this quilt?
Looking at the quilt, that title gave me a good laugh! Thanks for sharing the pattern with us, Jo.
Another great quilt, thanks for the share and great pictures.
I wonder how it would look in red and yellows. I laughed when I saw the first picture it looks like rain on the window. It’s a do if possible quilt. Fairly simple and fun thanks for the instructions.
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I like those little squares, so cute. The quilt looks like the BH quilt, applesauce something.
I just finished “Charming” from the Scrap School book by Lissa Alexander. It was my start something in the new year, took it to the quilter yesterday. Glad you are on the mend Jo, there is power in prayer.
Thanks for all you do even when you’re not 100%
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