Jelly Rolls - Patchwork/Quilt Term

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A jelly roll is a roll of fabric usually comprised of 24 x 2 1/2 inches wide by the width of the quilt fabric usualy 112-115cm.                            They are made up of 24 different fabrics or 2 x 12 colour lots. Sometimes the rolls can be of bigger widths 3" or 4 and also                           more fabric. Check listings for details. The fabric is usually colour co-ordinated but can be varied.   Materials usually equates                   anywhere from 1 metre to 2 metres of fabric. There are many names for the jelly roll depending on where they are made. I                               call mine Pinwheels. This was an idea that came up in a discussion with a friend who owns a business, and who was having a                            stall at her first Quilt and Craft Show. Something a little different. Hope this helps You :)                                                               

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