Shortcut Quilt: Free Jolly Bar Quilt Pattern - Jelly Belly Bars - The Jolly Jabber Quilting Blog

Shortcut Quilt: Free Jolly Bar Quilt Pattern – Jelly Belly Bars

We’re back for another Shortcut Quilt with this beginner-friendly, quick and simple quilt using two precuts we absolutely love, Jolly Bars and Jelly Rolls! Yum! The FREE Jelly Belly Bars Pattern offers instructions for a crib, lap, twin and queen quilt. Our quilt features Fiddle Dee Dee by Me and My Sister for Moda Fabrics.  We also have a new video tutorial that will give you all the tips and tricks for putting this delicious quilt together!

This quilt can be made with one solid Jolly Bar and one patterned Jelly Roll. You’ll want to grab your FREE quilt pattern and get ready to bake up some sweet Jelly Belly Bars!

 

So, let’s get quilting! Follow along with Kimberly as she walks you through the Jelly Belly Bars recipe step by step!

If you’re reading this on email, click this link to watch the video.

 

Some of our quilty friends sewed up Jelly Belly Bars in a variety of fabrics. We think they’re pretty sweet!

Now, it’s your turn! Gather your precuts and your FREE pattern, or pick up the kit!

You’ll need the Jelly Belly Bars Quilt Kit and the matching Backing Set to recreate this design.

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We hope you decide to make your own Jelly Belly Bars Quilt, and if you do, be sure to share your quilt using #JellyBellyBarsQuilt and tag us (@fatquartershop) so we can see and share your work!

Happy Quilting!

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11 comments

  1. Can you please tell me how big the middle piece is. I have never seen those pretty cute in NZ

  2. When I printed out the free pattern for the short cut jelly belly bars quilt pattern, there were no instructions for assembling the quilt or the different sizes that could be made and how to make them. I have looked thru all of your sites and still can’t find what would be page two to the pattern. I have the first page which shows the cutting instructions for a 54 1/2 x 60 quilt and how to assemble the blocks. Can you help me?