Another Jelly Roll Quilt

jelly roll quilt

I have to be honest. I don’t really remember when I made this quilt top. But I found it when I pulled out all my UFO’s to photograph for this post over at And Sew We Craft and realised that I had not written about this one on my blog before.  So today I’m going to tell you all about it – if I can remember!

It is made using jelly rolls – one of my favourite pre-cut fabrics to play with. The pattern is called “Boxed In” and comes from this book by Heather Mulder Peterson called “Let the Good Times Roll”. It is available over at Amazon – click on the picture to read more.

let the good times roll heather mulder peterson

I’ve been trying to find a name for this fabric range but I can’t find one. If anyone recognises it, please tell me! It is a lovely mix of what I think of as muted country colours – reds, greens, blues and browns. There are spots, stripes and some tiny berries.

It was a fairly easy project to piece and is now languishing in my craft room waiting to be quilted.

Have you made any quilts with jelly rolls?

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  1. Di says

    Love this quilt. I used one of the patterns in the book to make a rather large toddler quilt.

    Did you know you can search old designs on the Moda website? Seems you can and here is the link to your fabric: by Linda Brannock, looks like she designed the range by herself and is part of Brannock and Patel partnership.

    Hope you get to quilting….I have 1 being bound, 2 coming back from the quilter tomorrow (2 more to bind) and 2 current works in progress … not counting the unstarted UFO’s !

    Thanks for sharing your UFO’s

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