Jelly Roll Rugs are all the rage right now. Join the craze and learn how to make a one! One Jelly Roll (40 pre-cut 2 ½ “ strips) will make one rug. They look awesome and really brighten up a room. You can personalize your space with your favorite color scheme of fabric collection. And to top that off you can easily make them into placemats or centerpiece mats too!
This is a two session class using one of the patterns by Roma Lambson and RJ Designs. In the first session we will prep the strips and the in the second session we will sew the rug together.
Supply list items are available at Lyons Quilting
RJ Designs pattern
1 Jelly Roll of your choice – 40-42 pcs of pre-cut 2 ½” strips
(for the colossal rug you will need 2 jelly rolls)
1 roll of Bosal Katahdin On-A-Roll cotton batting strips 2 ½” x 50 yds
(for the colossal rug you will need 2 rolls)
Size 12-18 Jeans Sewing Machine Needle
1 large spool of thread, such as Aurifil, (at least 1200 yds or 2000 yds for the colossal rug) 50 wt to coordinate or contrast with your fabric. It’s a great time saver in class if you have 4-5 bobbins pre-wound and ready to go for class.
Wonder Clips are recommended but optional. It will make sewing the strips and the batting together easier. (available at Lyons Quilting)
Mary Ellen’s Best Press
Sewing machine with zigzag ability
Rotary cutter and small quilter’s ruler
marking pencil – light or dark dependent on your fabric
Any questions? Email Cathy at firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text to 972-741-8884.