Jelly Roll Quilt Race – Lasagna Quilt

The folks at the quilt shop Heirloom Creations ran a “Jelly Roll Race” which produced what the Stashbusters are calling a “Lasagna” style quilt. This looks so easy! I can’t wait to try it myself ;) They offer the specific instructions here….

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  1. Diane says:

    This is great! How big is the quilt top?

  2. admin says:

    Hi Diane, the quilt finishes out at 48″ x 64″ – which is smaller than a twin size (63 x 87) but still a nice sized quilt :)

  3. Kaye Williams says:

    What fun, and what a clever idea! I watched this clip three times. Who thought up this technique/idea? Personally, I enjoy relaxing and leisurely constructing my quilts, but I can certainly understand when speed might be an important factor….

  4. Janice says:

    I loved seeing all the smiles on the ladies faces. They are so lucky to be able to get together and sew like that.

  5. Carol Esch says:

    I thought this was hilarious and inspiring……so far I’ve made three! And it really took me less than an hour and a half from start to finish! I love this instant gratification and not knowing exactly how they will turn out……. I’m hoping to get my guild to do this! So fun! Thanks for sharing!!!!!

  6. terry matejcek says:

    cant wait to make this lasagna quilt

  7. Aniza says:

    This is so fun quilt making.. Nobody has an excuse now not having the time to make a quilt top!! Thanks for sharing the video!!!!

  8. Nan Boudreau says:

    Amazing! I might try this one just for fun.
    Nan

  9. Nice video. Please instructions for making this quilt. It looks like fun.

    Thank you,

  10. Nice video. Please send instuctions for making this quilt. It looks like fun.

    Thank you,

  11. admin says:

    Hi Alzada, The instructions are here – http://blog.heirloomcreations.net/?p=1897 Enjoy – it is a lot of fun! :)

  12. Jenny says:

    My sister and a friend did this last Friday night all look great but are all very different

  13. Maggie Carver says:

    What Fun……..

  14. Brenda says:

    Wow those ladies are fast! Those ladies seemed to be having a great time and the “Lasagna” quilts turned out great, I’ll have to have my mother make one for my new baby.

  15. Weniger, Gisela says:

    Intresting and wonderfull. Thank you.

  16. Mabel Goddard says:

    I just discovered this website from a knitter-“Knit and Tonic” – she created it one of this easy jelly roll quits! and it’s beautiful! I can’t wait to start sewing a few for my grandchildren. Thank you for the video. Mabel

  17. L Carolyn Ghearing says:

    Hello!…and help! I would like to make this a king size quilt..how many jelly rolls would I need? Thanks for the help…

  18. sally candido says:

    looks like fun. Please send me written instructions Thank you. Sally

  19. Marilyn says:

    Help! Please send me the instructions as the instruction link does not work on my computer.

    Thanking you in advance!

  20. Marguerita says:

    Hi Sally, the only written instructions that I know of are on this website – http://www.heirloomcreations.net/sewing-tips/the-jelly-roll-1600/

  21. Marguerita says:

    Hi Marilyn, the instructions are available here – http://www.heirloomcreations.net/sewing-tips/the-jelly-roll-1600/ if this link doesn’t work, copy and paste the URL to your browser :)

  22. kerry.ofarrell says:

    Loved it, would love to see a gallery and the name of the jelly roll used.. Very nice and alot of fun!

  23. Brenda says:

    If you used one large jelly roll (40 strips) and one small (20 strips) would you get a wider quilt – ie. double bed size or even a queen by using two 40 strip jelly rolls?

  24. Juls says:

    I am a beginner in every sense of the word… can hardly problem solve a sewing machine issue and Im 52! BUT I … I did this with a batik jelly roll and it is awesome…The lady at a quilt shoppe told me how… Had to do it in lots of little increments because of my scedule, but I am hooked!! Im not real patient and like quicker gratification so this is perfect!!! Its all pinned together and waiting for me to quilt… Just looking for suggestions. I like meandering but not sure if echo is better or what to do… I am really lousy at stitch in ditch or straight lines!! Any ideas?

  25. Joyce Hodges says:

    Ladies must have metered all the selvages before sewing strips together. I just finished a top today and certainly took me more than 35 minutes. It was fun and quick – now just need to do backing.

  26. Marci says:

    Is there a way to make the quilt bigger without adding rows along the side. What if you sew two jelly rolls together, would that make it wider or longer?

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