Rail Fence Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern

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A week or two ago, Kelli featured her rail fence quilt in this blog post.


We got lots of comments and questions from readers asking if we would do a tutorial.  Well we put together a little instruction sheet so you can make your own.  You can find the instruction for the Rail Fence Jelly Roll Quilt by clicking on the link.

Here are a few stats about the quilt.

Finishes at 72.5″ x 78.5″.

2 Jelly Rolls
3/4 yard binding
4 1/2 yards backing

It’s a real fun and quick quilt to make!  I hope that answered all the questions but if not, drop us a note and we’ll try to answer them.  For more jelly roll quilts check out A Quilting Life.

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11 thoughts on “Rail Fence Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern”

  1. Nancy Snitker Turner

    Thanks Jo and Kelli for the pattern. Can’t wait to get started. I am a beginner and got addicted to quilting real fast.

  2. thanks Jo! Once again you’ve inspired me.
    After digging thru my stash I’ve found parts of two matching layer cakes, a few fat quarters, and some left over strips from making my pink and chocolate ‘Trip” quilt (current project in the works).
    i’m going to put all these ‘leftovers’ togather and make a rail fence quilt.

    i never would have thought of doing this on my own, but thanks to the inspiration from you and Kelli i’ve found a way to make another great quilt.

  3. How neat! Gotta share this one on Pinterest, too. I think I have a couple of jelly rolls in my “quilt store” that are not planned for any particular project. thanks for sharing!

  4. I made that same pattern, but used 5 strips and used the same fabric. I set mine on point though. Love that fabric! I’m enjoying searching through your site. :)


    I made this as my first quilt! I easily sized it up to queen size and have had many compliments on it. This is an excellent quilt for beginners and couldn’t be any easier. Thanks for sharing! I will be making this one again soon.

  6. Hi Jo, I am new to quilting and love this pattern! Thank you for sharing it with us! Did you use any batting between the top and backing and if so what type, please?

  7. Will the posted size be a queen size. If not what is the “adjustment to get a queen size? Thanks. Hoping I can do this as a first

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