FREE PATTERN: Jolly Bar Friendly Quilt
This quilt is sure to become a favorite! It’s a new
Shortcut Quilt featuring the Jolly Bar Bon Bons FREE Pattern and video tutorial!
Jolly Bar Bon Bons pattern includes instructions to make a gorgeous square quilt that finishes at 60.5″ x 60.5″. All you need is one Jolly Bar (an exclusive precut to Fat Quarter Shop that measures 5″ x 10″), a background fabric, backing and binding. The gorgeous Jolly Bar Bon Bons Quilt Kit was made using Flower Sacks by Me & My Sister for Moda Fabrics. We also have a matching Backing Set to help you finish up your quilt!
So let’s get quilting! Follow along with Kimberly on our
video tutorial as she walks you through the Jolly Bar Bon Bons Pattern step by step!
We were so happy to have some quilty friends make their versions of the Jolly Bar Bon Bons Shortcut Quilt with us! Check out their blogs to see their unique twists on the
FREE pattern Jolly Bar Bon Bons! Click on each of the photos to see them up close and see which quilter made each of the Jolly Bar Bon Bons Quilts and their tips and tricks for making them.
Anne of Said With Love (@said_with_love) made her version of the Jolly Bar Bon Bons Quilt using Bloomsbury by Franny & Jane for Moda Fabrics. She says, “I used the different colourways within the fabric line to have ‘rings’ of colours in the quilt… dark blues, light blues and corals in the middle.”
Heather of @the_nerdy_quilter on Instagram made her version of the Jolly Bar Bon Bons quilt using All Weather Friend by April Rosenthal for Moda Fabrics. She says, “This pattern is perfect for fabric that has big and bold prints. It comes together quickly so it would be a great last minute handmade gift project.”
Heidi of Buttons and Butterflies (@buttonsandbutterflies) made her version of the Jolly Bar Bon Bons Quilt using Garden Variety by Moda Fabrics. She marked her half square triangles using a tracing wheel.
Jen B. of The Smitten Chicken (@thesmittenchicken) made her version of the Jolly Bar Bon Bons Quilt using a Bleached PFD White Bella Solids Jolly Bar and Smitten Yardage. She says, “I cut the background fabric in different directions to keep the print directional.”
Jen V. of Heritage Threads (@heritage.threads) made her version of the Jolly Bar Bon Bons Quilt using Garden Variety by Moda Fabrics. She says, “I added an extra row of blocks to make my quilt rectangular and asymmetrical. I love the movement it creates and the visual interest.”
Jessica of Jessica Dayon’s Blog (@jessicadayon) made her version of the Jolly Bar Bon Bons Quilt using Bella Solids Tea Rose and Bella Solid Off White. She says, “This was a great pattern for chain piecing! And, it was quick and fun to make.”
Leanne of Daisy and Jack Handmade (@daisyandjack) made her version of the Jolly Bar Bon Bons Quilt using Wren and Friends by Gina Martin for Moda Fabrics. She says, “I thought it was fun to use different fabrics for the bonbon and half square triangles so you could make this quick quilt with scraps too!”
Linden of Line Vines Creative made her version of the Jolly Bar Bon Bons Quilt using Farm Fresh by Gingiber for Moda Fabrics. She says, “I upsided it a little – I used 5″ feature squares instead of 4.5″ and altered the rest of the pieces accordingly.”
Michele of Island Life Quilts (@michele_likes_to_quilt) made her Jolly Bar Bon Bons Quilt using Modern Background Colorbox by Zen Chic for Moda Fabric Moda Fabrics and Grunge Basics Kiwi Yardage for the background. She says, “I found it helpful to square up my blocks as I made them to keep everything nice and even as I went along.”
Sherri of This & That Patterns (@sherfalls) made her version of the Jolly Bar Bon Bons Quilt using Vintage Holiday by Bonnie & Camille for Moda Fabrics. She says” I used the quilters magic wand for marking my center diagonal lines and it works great!”
Tracie of Riceford Streams (@joyfully_tracie) made her version of the Jolly Bar Bon Bons Quilt using Sno by Wenche Wolff Hatling of Northern Quilts and White Christmas Metallic by Zen Chic. She says, “I mixed jolly bars and charm packs to achieve my desired color scheme.”
We hope you decide to make your own version of the Jolly Bar Bon Bons Quilt and if you do, be sure to use the hashtag
#JollyBarBonBonsQuilt and tag us ( @fatquartershop) so we can see and share your work. And all of these images can be repinned on Pinterest so you can share this project with your friends or save it for later!