A Visual Guide to Precuts

A Visual Guide to Precuts
A Visual Guide to Precuts

Working with precut fabric makes quilting so much easier, but keeping the names of precuts straight can be tough work. Luckily, Mary Beth Temple is here to save the day! Learn the difference between charm packs and jelly rolls in our newest video, A Visual Guide to Precuts. In this beginner quilting video, Mary Beth covers all the basics of different precuts, including defining what fat quarters, fat eighths, charm squares, and jelly rolls are, and providing the standard measurements for each precut. If you're taking your first steps into the world of quilting, then you don't want to miss this handy video.

Project TypeLearn a Technique

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueQuilting


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A honey bun is smaller in width than a jelly roll. Also, jelly rolls are 2.5 inches wide, but do finish to 2 inches. Layer cakes are 10 inch squares.

This is SO HELPFUL! Thank you to Mary Beth for going over the basics of fabric.


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