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What are jellyroll precuts?

Jellyroll precuts are strips of fabric that are typically 2.5 inches wide and are commonly used in quilting and sewing projects.

They are often pre-cut and packaged by fabric manufacturers, making them convenient for quilters and sewers to use without having to cut their own fabric strips. Jellyroll precuts are usually made from high-quality cotton fabric and are available in a variety of colors, patterns, and themes.

What are thy called jellyroll?

They are named “jellyroll” because the strips are often rolled up and tied with a ribbon, resembling a jellyroll cake.

What are they used for?

Jellyroll precuts are popular for creating strip quilts, where the strips are sewn together in various patterns to create a quilt top. They can also be used for other sewing projects such as bags, table runners, and other home decor items.

They really are a convenient and time-saving option for quilters and sewers, as they provide a coordinated collection of fabric strips that are ready to use in their projects.

Any other types of precut fabrics?

Other types of precut fabric include charm packs (5-inch squares), layer cakes (10-inch squares), and fat quarters (18×22-inch rectangles). Each type of precut fabric has its own unique uses and advantages in quilting and sewing projects. 

About this class

From piecing the front to assembling the bib and applying decorative quilting touches on the machine, Ashley Nickels demonstrates every step.

Using Jellyroll precuts, make quilted bibs for children in no time at all. This fun, freestyle project includes log cabin patchwork and is a great opportunity to work with precut fabric.

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