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The Jelly Roll Braid Quilt is an amazing addition to add to your living room couch or bedroom. This wonderful and free jelly roll quilt pattern uses a colorful Batik jelly roll to make a traditional French braid quilt. After sewing the strips onto each other in an ever-lengthening braid pattern, you will trim the edges down to get one long braid strip. Several of these strips pieced together makes the top of this ever-fashionable quilt. This is one the most popular quilt patterns on our website, so you should definitely make this free quilt project today. You won't be disappointed. 

Project TypeMake a Project

Quilt Size50 inches wide x 50 inches long

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Primary TechniqueQuilting


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Jelly roll braid quilt would be new for me to make. I have made log cabin blocks, this is different but I imagine fun to try.

I would like to make as queen/king do you have any additional instructions for this size? Thank you

How many jelly rolls needed for queen size quilt using the Jelly Roll Braid quilt pattern?

Why can't I open project? I keep getting send to a website domain registration page. Not a happy camper at this point.

I love making this quilt, but I learned a new trick on the second row. I started ironing just the top instead of back to front. It made the rows more even and I didn't get a wonkie cut at the end.

JLB, do you mean you iron only the front of the pieces as you sew them--not setting the seam on the back first? I'm about to try this quilt and sure don't want wonkie!


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