PDF Lap Quilt PATTERN....Quick and Easy...Jelly Roll friendly...'KINGSLAND' ... Instant download

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As someone who loves making quilts with pre-cuts, (jelly rolls, charm & mini charm packs, layer cakes & jolly bars), I've been designing patterns for new / beginner quilters using pre-cut fabrics. My patterns usually only require 1-2 types of pre-cuts, making it easier to select fabrics.

This pattern includes:
• Detailed instructions for making the ‘KINGSLAND’ lap quilt, using jelly roll strips, including lots of colour diagrams, taking you through the process of completing the quilt, step by step. Lots of hints & tips along the way!
• Size variations should you want to make a larger quilt.

A quick & easy pattern for a beginner to complete.

Finished size is approximately 60.5” x 60.5”

Fabric Requirements:
• 45 print jelly roll strips, (each strip 2.5” x at least 40”)
• 15 jelly roll strips in a background colour, (each strip 2.5" x at least
40")
• 8 jelly roll strips, (each strip 2.5” x at least 40") for binding.
• 3 7/8 yards fabric for backing

This is a digital pattern – after purchasing you will receive a link to download the PDF file. You will also be sent an email, (to the email address you have registered with Etsy), with the link for download shortly after payment has been received. The PDF file link can also be found in the purchases section on Etsy.

I hope you enjoy making this fun & easy quilt!

Please do not copy or reproduce this pattern without permission.

Eleri

To see other quilt patterns I have available using jelly rolls, please click this link:

https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/easyquiltingpatterns?ref=seller-platform-mcnav§ion_id=21789235

Pattern copyright 2017 by easyquiltingpatterns. All rights reserved.

No part of this pattern may be copied or reproduced in any form without written consent from Eleri Taylor.


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Jan 26, 2018 by Karla Langlois