Two jelly roll quilts video tutorial

2 jelly rolls quilt blocks

The granny square quilt block is a popular crochet pattern that originated in the early 1900s. The exact history of the granny square is not known, but it is believed to have developed from traditional African crochet motifs that were brought to Europe and then spread to North America.

Granny squares can be made coordinated or scrappy, and 2 1/2″ fabric strips are perfect for this block.

Similarly Five chain quilt block is also easily made with jelly rolls like you can see on the video below.

Learn to make both blocks in 4 minutes:

Would you like to make a full quilt with a Granny square block?

Lori Holt has a short book on it called Great Granny squared with instructions for two quilts, one table runner and one pillow.

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Two jelly rolls blocks video tutorial

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1 comment

  1. These 2 have both gone on the”To Do” list……..the 1st for “mindless sewing mood” and the 2nd is so bright and colorful….”happy mood”,….Thank You, Cheers Teresa, Elizabeth

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