Do the same with the next strip sewing each one to the other until I get it the length I want. Standard quilt measurements are generally too short/narrow for me. With the fat quarter bundles that I got I figure that I would need 80 strips at 2.5 by 21 to make my quilt. Using jelly rolls. I would actually suggest adding some solid fabric so you can clearly see the pattern. 6″ wide strips would leave you with 5.5″ of finished width. What size backing will i need? You will need 20 strips all together. how many rolls do I need, help if possible ! After you complete this section, just add it to your original piece. For a 32×40″ rectangle it would require two sections. Are you using 20″ or 40″ strips?) Why? The long arm quilter lady charges 3 cents per square inch of quilt, I keep her well fed! You get the number of rolls by multiplying these numbers, then divide it by 3200. Also, you can scale it down to make a super fast baby quilt with vertical strips. 8 rows = 16″ tall To figure out your quilt size you can work backwards from that. Thanks for this page. 32 rows = 64″ tall So, ( 88 x 16 ) / 40 = 35.2 rounded up to 36 strips plus you have to add-on a bit of length… 2 more rows should give you 99″ long, ( 88 x 2 ) / 40 = 4.4 rounded up to 5…. Hope Sam stops back to read your advice. I think I’d be ok going; red, teal, navy, red, teal, navy…. Inches wide x # of rows / 40 = # strips needed. I think I messed up the math. Could you please explain for King instead of Queen. Sew the two sections together to make the quilt top. Every time you fold your strip you double the number of rows of your Jelly Roll Race Quilt top. Here is the problem… if we just fold it again and do another row like all the other rows we end up with Jelly Roll Race Quilt top that is 64 rows tall, approximately 128″ tall, which is of course, way too big and would take a ton of fabric. full size bed quilt. 32 rows = 64″. First – what is a jelly roll? We can assume each row is 2″ tall since the initial jelly roll strips are 2.5″ inches tall with a 1/4 seam allowance on each side. This page is absolutely wonderful. Jelly rolls take the guesswork out of quilting; at their most basic, they're long, narrow strips of fabric used as binding or sashing on quilts. Therefore after opening your jelly roll pack, you may want to ( 68 x 16 ) / 40 = 27.2 rounded up to 28 strips… then add a 5-7 inch border around the outside to get a finished quilt with stripes that run horizontally. But if you want more control… that’s the way to go. That would definitely take longer. For a binding, you will need to set aside enough to equal the perimeter of your quilt. All together it will be 48 rows long with the strips running horizontally across the bed. Your information about changing the size of the quilt is awesome. Now if you know what size quilt you want, figure its square inches and divide that by 3200 to get how many jelly rolls you need. Finish sewing the log cabin quilt block by adding the remaining pieces … or do you have any suggestions. Some of the pooling is natural to this style of quilt… similar to working with variegated yarns. (30×16) / 34 strip = number of strips needed… which is a little over 14 so round up to 15. I thought I would quickly make a jelly-roll race quilt to demonstrate the steps involved and give you some quilting inspiration. To make this quilt you will have to make two separate sections that you sew together. Your queen sized Jelly Roll Race Quilt, with horizontal strips, and no border, will take 64 strips for the initial quilt + 32 strips for the add-on section = 96 strips need for the whole Jelly Roll Race Quilt top. thank you! My Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern Dreamin’ My Jelly Roll Rug in Clover Hollow fabrics; While there are a wide variety of strip-pieced quilt patterns available, there are also a lot of other ways to use jelly roll strips…read on for some ideas for these very versatile fabric cuts! So set aside 6. For Vintage & Antique Machine Enthusiasts, Offline Events, Announcements, Discussions, how many jelly rolls to make king size quilt. 8 rows = 10 inches tall To add to your length you will have to make two separate pieces and combine them. Sorry I forgot to mention that. You might want to use 18 strips just to be sure you get enough length. I wanted mine to cover equally side to side 82”, top over and under pillows and down to over the footboard, 100”. By continuing to use the website, you agree to the use of cookies. 42″ x 32″ (I like to keep my baby quilts sized to fit using 1 yard of fabric for the backing). Terrific choice — lucky young man! I would make the first one 16 rows and the second one 4 rows. Excellent instructions…which I will use for future jelly roll quilts. I just posted above question about King Jelly Roll, could you notify me with michelle.blanton@sbcglobal.net on comment updates? Which is awesome because I always end up wanting to make some kind of quilt out jelly rolls that doesn't seem like it would work. So round up to 8 and then add in the original 13 strips. Copyrights © 2020 Wee Folk Art, LLC. Well, you have probably noticed the length pattern by now. Borders are always an easy option to change the size or you could make a second one to match and sew them together to double the width. This is fine for a throw quilt, or if you add a border it would work for a full sized bed. They measure 18 by 21 each. Take a picture for reference! The main piece that has 16 rows and a second pieces that is only 4 rows. I’m sorry that this isn’t getting through to me. Pre-cut jelly rolls you buy are made of 100% quilting cotton. If you use polyester, you can use a cutting board and cutting wheel to cut the strips instead of ripping. I’m going to be making a Twin 39 x 75 jelly roll race quilt for my Mom with 4.5 wide strips. (30 x 16)/35 = 13.71 or 14 strips. Some rolls have multiple strips of the same fabric right after each other, some have them more spread out. Carla Sidwell It sound like a lot of fun!! You have inspired me to try this. Plus, it totally puts those jelly rolls to good use. I’ve made a Jelly Roll Quilt following your similar instructions horizontally and as you mentioned, it came out way too long. I totally agree. I’m not great at math, please help. you are looking at a quilt around 66 x 64 inches before you add a border. Your queen sized Jelly Roll Race Quilt, with horizontal strips, and no border, will take 64 strips for the initial quilt + 32 strips for the add-on section = 96 strips need for the whole Jelly Roll Race Quilt top. Do you have a picture of the first quilt? I made the mistake of my first attempt at a quilt ever being a jelly roll King . 8 rows = 32 tall I suggest printing it out and keeping it in your handbag for when you see those marked down Jelly Roll (precut fabrics) in the fabric aisle and you need to know how many … I’m so glad we answered all of your questions. So the base quilt is 50x60in which gives you a perimeter of 220 inches. Your queen sized Jelly Roll Race Quilt, with horizontal strips, and no border, will take 64 strips for the initial quilt + 32 strips for the add-on section = 96 strips need for the whole Jelly Roll Race Quilt top. Now, you may have noticed that we haven’t changed the length at all. Thanks for your instructions. This is to offset where the strip seams meet once you start sewing the rows together. 32×8/40=6.4. Round it to the nearest whole number, so you get 2 jelly rolls. I would use 15 strips and then trim the finished size. Or you could easily modify the pattern to make a bigger quilt using more of the Jelly Roll … How Many Jelly Rolls Would it Take to Make a Quilt? So this would be 42″ wide x 16 rows = 672. View All Precut Fabric Charm Packs (5" Squares) 5" x 5" quilting charm squares Jelly Rolls (2.5" Strips) 2.5" jelly roll strips of designer quilt fabric Layer Cakes (10" Squares) 10" x 10" quilting fabric squares Mini Charm Packs 2.5" x 2.5" mini quilting charm squares Fat Quarter Bundles 18" x 21" cuts of fabric I can still do algebra and some calculus but quilting throws me for a loop. Here are the standard measurement for mattress sizes. Assuming you would like a horizontally striped quilt, we can easily change the width by adding or subtracting the number of strips we add to our first mega strip. Being new to quilting I can’t actually visualise how that will look. I need to change size 54 x100 inches finished. 16 rows = 20 inches tall Well you will have to make it just a bit longer to work out right. 16 rows = 64 tall If you are still wondering though here are a couple thoughts to keep in mind. But if you want to make a Jelly Roll Race Quilt for a twin, queen, or king sized bed, you need to do some math. I cut off 1/3rd of the first strip so the seams will be more random and not aligned, then I measured the mega roll out to a 82” strip. A quicker formula to just figure out how many strips you need for your Jelly Roll Race Quilt is this…. Thank you. Will I have to eliminate a couple strips to make up for the squares?? (30×16) / 17″ strip = round up to 29 (I might use 30 just to be sure). Strip = 42" × 2.5" = 105" sq. You will just need double the initial strips if they are half the length. Any suggestions? The width of the Jelly Roll Race Quilt is completely determined by the length of your initial mega strip. Apologies for this silly question but I don’t want to waste the rolls. Thanks that helps. I don’t know if there is a specific size you want to make, but using what you have will break down something like this…, 40 strips x 53 inches (rounded down for seams) = 2,120 in (1 row) For the second section you double the 90″ only four times. If I were to sew it back up…I’d have a seam running straight up the middle of the quilt. anyway have a question regarding horizontal to vertical stripes ? I have many 1.75″ WOF strips…how do I figure for a jelly roll quilt….probably 60 x 80…Thanks, If your strips are only 1.75 inches tall and you loose a ¼ inch on either side for seam allowance, your strip rows sewn together would look like this…, 1 row = 1.25 inches tall You can find jelly rolls in varying sizes … I’m going to give this a try. I love when math has real world applications. For approximate width by length that would yield 3200 square inches. This begins the first strip. These are precious … 64 rows x 60 inches wide = 3840 inch mega strip. The solution is to add another section to the bottom of our original Jelly Roll Race Quilt top. I then sewn these into a mega strip that was more than 4000” long. Cutting your strips is covered in the this Tutorial. Someone mentioned that you can add a 2.5 square between each strip. 132.5/2 = 66.5 (32 rows), 32 rows x 2 inches (rounded down for seams) = 64 inches. And I love the name!! So basically decide how wide you want the quilt to be (that’s the strip width), and how long you want it to be, (that’s how many strips you’ll need to make the rows). Enjoy! Also would this be vertical or horizontal, because I want it to be horizontal. Looking at the chart above, we can see that adding 16 rows will give us an additional 32″ of length. One Jelly Roll, Two Quilts! If I wanted the quilt to be 90″ x 96″, are you saying 72 strips for Section 1 and 16 strips for Section 2? You could add a 2 1/2″ square between each strip. If there becomes an issue of intersections of joint seams, just add that piece first removed of row one back or cut off a random length as needed. My question is how many strips to cut. Hi Timothy, Thanks for this tutorial. Once I had all fifty rows of 82” wide strips sewn, I laid them on the floor so I could inspect the pattern, make adjustments in mixing, sewing and moving them. Using those 64 strips, your Jelly Roll Race Quilt will work out to be 80″ wide by about 64″ long. My granddaughter will be spending a few weeks with us this summer and she will be working on a jelly roll race for her first quilt! Now, most jelly rolls have 40 strips of approx. SCROLL DOWN & FIND the WORDS “Next Page” Highlighted in Color TO WATCH “Pineapple Jelly Quilt Top” Jelly Rolls or 2.5″ wide strips are used to make this Pineapple Block. I use “real life” math every time I quilt, sew, create a pattern, bake, cook or do home repair stuff. I see that I’m a little late in replying. I have tried to do this myself but my math is failing me. For a queen sized quilt you probably want it to be more like 90-100″ long. Any idea how much would need to be cut if I used 17 strips? I want to make a King Size Jelly Roll Quilt, Long on sides because I don’t use a bed skirt. After reading this, I hope it is not too confusing. 40×32/40… so 32 strips. Am planning to make a jellyroll throw quilt for my son and found your site to figure out how many jellyrolls to buy. What a lovely quilt. I want to use batiks and not have the split in each row, just want eac row with the sone strip so if I do not cut the 18 inches off will I gave solid rows? 90 wide x 48 rows = 4320 take that and divide by strip length 4320/40 = 108 strips total. (inches wide x number of rows) / strip length = number of strips needed, 50″ wide X 20 rows altogether / strip length (I’m not sure how long your strips are. I’m afraid I’m having a hard time comprehending this. Thanks so much! 64 rows = 80 inches tall, If you want it 60 inches wide… When you leave a comment you can click on the box “Notify me of follow-up comments by email” just below the post comment button. So 40 strips x 40″ = a 1600″ mega strip. Round that number down to determine how many strips to eliminate from the jelly roll. it came out to narrow. Follow the same Jelly Roll Race Quilt directions for this add on section. Created by using strips of fabric, often jelly rolls, to make a design that is both colorful and eye-catching, bargello quilt patterns are surprisingly easy. Keep in mind fabric widths range from 40” to 42”. I am changing up my colors by using half rolls (20 strips in each roll) of 3 different color patterns: black, grey, and a deep purple, just to mix things up. Since your length will hang over the bottom by 5″ I would probably add 10″ to the width so it hangs down 5″ on either side. Hi Michelle, (inches wide x number of rows) / 40 strip = number of strips needed, 108in x 48 / 40in strip = 131 strips (rounded up a bit) Jenny Doan demonstrates how to make a simple, yet lovely Single Irish Chain Quilt using Jelly Rolls. Perhaps the top could be cut into 3 equal pieces from top to bottom and sashing added between the rows. Jelly Roll Race Quilt :: Make a Quilt in an Hour?! 35/2 = 17.5 – if you use 1/4″ seams than you can base your calculations on 17″ strips, also remember you need a bit of extra to cut off at the beginning. I choose to open up my rolls and pull strips in a more random order so I didn’t have two of the same color sewn directly to each other in a line… but of course some of them did end up stacked. So you need 3 fabric jelly rolls (with 40 fabric strips in each jelly roll) to make this quilt. Divide that by the length of your strips and you will need about 5.5 strips. Thanks for your advice. 82” x100”= 8200”x .03=$246.00 and that’s just for her, not including costs of materials and my efforts! So depending on your exact seam allowance…. Jelly Rolls. I’m not sure how long your strips are… but subtract 1 inch from each strip for seam allowances and knowing that one strip will have to be cut in half at the beginning. After reading through I don’t seem to see anything referring to the ‘pick up’ order of the strips. If you have any advise that keeps me from a color pooling and Sean ripping nightmare… I’d really appreciate it!! Here it goes, 63 X 87 is 5,481 ÷ 3200 and you get 1.7 jelly rolls. If you want to make a baby jelly roll race quilt and you want to know how many strips (or inches) to use -If your length is 32", select a proportional width (around 28"). You can cut them in half… but again make sure you have enough to cover the seams. I have a red and white jelly roll, mostly red…I want to make it wider, which you just explained…but I want to work white in with it to make it larger….any tips on placement of white strips? That would make it a little bigger and give it some pops of color throughout. Size of cut: 2.5" x 42" strips. Unfortunately there is no sure method to avoid color pooling… it’s part of the charm of the jelly roll race quilt. Rolled into a small bundle, from the top, the different colors make a swirl and look like a jelly roll cake. Your quilt is beautiful!! I am thinking to just make the jelly roll race normally but add borders. (So I have enough to go around the outside). Layer cake, jelly roll, and charm quilts are among the most popular free quilt patterns around. Welcome to the third part of our Jelly Roll Race Quilt series. 1 row = 4 tall The best selection of Jelly Rolls … 1060/2 = 530 (4 rows) If you have a pre-printed pattern, it should tell you how many to buy. I messed up sewing one row too many and trimmed the bottom. How is everyone else doing the backside of their Jelly Roll quilt (finishing it up) ? this would be my first one. Be sure to follow the links for the other two posts to see all the pictures. 2 rows = 8 tall Jelly Roll/Bali Pops/Strip Pack/Rolie Polie/Design Roll/Pixie Strips/Roll-Ups/Double Scoop/Pinwheels/Karats: -2 1/2 inches by 44 inches -Cut into long strips -Usually 40 fabrics per roll -Equivalent to approx. How many jelly roll strips do I need to make a queen size quilt? hello and many thanks for your instructions. I want to cut my strips in half before i sew them together so the patterns change more. Fort Worth, TX, Happy to help. I purchased 100 strips of fabric jelly rolls, arranged the pieces watching for conflicting patterns or color clashes. And just remember that because jelly roll strips have a pinked edge, they can produce a lot of lint. 530/2 = 265 (8 rows) Do the math! You can use jelly rolls for a variety of projects. Heather shows an example of one size of jelly roll and explains that they are pre cut strips of fabric packaged into rolls. You’ve already figured out the equation for me! Now you could turn this Jelly Roll Race Quilt top sideways, so the strips run vertically and add a border (which is what I did with my “I Want Crazy” quilt) but if you want it to run horizontally and not a have a border we need to add length. I’m wondering if to fix the length issue (I’ll be doing mine vertically) if I just add several more strips on my super-long beginner strip to account for the additional I want. For the main part you will be working with 16 rows. These would all be sewn horizontally. This means you can actually make two identical placemats from the seven strips listed above. No matter what you do you may get some obvious pooling of the white. Thank you for your time. I have 6 jelly rolls, and there are 2 red themed rolls, 2 teal themed rolls and 2 navy. So you ask: “How Many Packs do I need for a Queen size quilt?” Here’s the short answer: If you are just stitching the precut pieces together, with no other additional fabrics, then you would need about: 9 x Charm Packs, or 2 x Layer Cakes, or 2 x Jelly Rolls, or 1 x Fat Eighth Bundle. So you need 3 fabric jelly rolls (with 40 fabric strips in each jelly roll) to make this quilt. Here’s what I got 39 x 32 / 40 = 31.2 or 32. 3840 / Strip Length = Number of strips needed. I’ll let you know how it turns out (assuming I get around to making it!). If not, how many do I need for a king size jelly roll race quilt? I made a twin-size quilt with two jelly rolls and some border fabric.... Go to missouri star quilt co you tube and put in 3 Dudes and there is a jelly roll quilt that can be made in a day and looks good. So you will be making one mega long strip and setting aside the extra strips for a shorter mega strip. This quilt may cause a stir of anxiety at first glance, but do not fear, it only looks intimidating. I found a pattern for dresses for the dolls...self-made, thank you very much! Lap (40 strips, or (2) 20‐strip jelly rolls) The original Jelly Roll Race method will get you a lap quilt about 50"x 64.5". I have a craftmatic bed, which is two twin extra long”s to make a king still trying to figure if it is a eastern or northern. So lets think finished size of 50×80 inches. I hate to throw the quilt out. How many 40 – 2 1/2″ strip jelly rolls will I need for each quilt and I’m not exact ally understanding how I add the extra 32 to add my extra length. You can easily make it 96in long (by adding 16 more rows) to over hand bottom of the bed 16in. The pattern I used for this quilt is a brand new free-download pattern from the Fat Quarter Shop called the Jelly Roll Jam. Just remember, the length will be determined by the number of rows and that is a set number. A border that matches the sashing could help get the total width just right. I have BA degree from college with a minor in math. So you will have 1600 inches by 2.5" (before you include the seams). I have 40, 2.5 x 54 strips. Thanks!! Can’t I cut the first strip (after cutting the 18” off) the width I want the quilt (throw) to be? It is the length that gets a bit tricky. Nice to find another Maths nerd amongst quilters – I would have done that as well I just bought some fat quarter fabric bundles. Your first strip needs to be 2880 long. Be sure to read part 1, Jelly Roll Race Quilt :: Make a Quilt in an Hour?! (inches wide x number of rows) / 20 strip = number of strips needed, Based on the basic 50×60″ quilt… yes, you would need 80 strips. This article shows you what size quilt you can make with what amount of Jelly Roll fabric you have. For the first section you double the 90″ five times. However, how would I do the measuring if I were to cut my own strips wider than the conventional jelly roll 2 1/2 inches? 4800 ÷ 105 = 46 strips (rounded up). So 5.5 x 16 rows = 88 inches long… which if you rotate it, is a good width for a queen sized quilt. But the same fabric touching in places is inevitable. You can make one that is 120×124 by doubling up your mega strip one more time. I’m making a King sized quilt that’s 120×120 how many strips do I need? It’s a rare 1905 Singer 66 “lotus” made in Scotland, and had been languishing in a storage shed for more than 30 years! So we now need a second mega strip that is 1280″ long / 40 strips = 32 jelly roll strips. In other words, you are losing the “quilt in an hour” benefit to the design of the sewing long strips without thinking about it. Long quilt you join them together you should have an 80″ long quilt roll and that. Of 96″ long 2 twin size quilts with boarders just attempted my first attempt at quilt! 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