How to make an entire quilt top with a jelly roll (video)

This video will teach you how to make an entire quilt top with a jelly roll! Using a 40 piece jelly roll and this technique, you will be able to get 78 total jelly roll blocks that are 6.5 inches square. Place them 8 blocks wide by 9 blocks long. Just like that, you will have a generous lap size quilt measuring 48 x 54 inches in no time at all! Get creative with your layout, and you will have a beautiful, super easy, and dynamic-looking quilt! Enjoy!
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