Image by my sewing room via Youtube
The play of colors in this pattern is truly adorable. This is a speedy quilt using jelly roll fabric strips by my sewing room. It is an easy project and is suitable for beginners in quilting.
You will need 10 pieces of colored fabrics and 10 pieces of neutral fabrics. Cut 2 strips from each one for a total of 20 strips for each set.
Get ten strips from the colored set and sew them together with a quarter-of-an-inch seam allowance. Once done, press the unit flat. It should be 20 inches wide. Repeat with the remaining strips to get two panels.
Get ten strips from the neutral set and sew them together with a quarter of an inch seam allowance. Once done, press the unit flat. It should also be 20 inches wide. Repeat with the remaining strips to get two panels.
Get one of the colored panels and place the ruler as close to the edge, then cut the selvage. Cut the unit to make 2 pieces of 20-inch squares.
Get one of the neutral panels and place the ruler as close to the edge, then cut the selvage. Cut the unit to make 2 pieces of 20-inch squares.
Using a long ruler, cut one colored and one neutral 20-inch square in half diagonally from corner to corner to make 8 pieces of triangles.
Arrange the triangles into a large pinwheel, alternating the colored and neutral ones. Sew them together.
Get the remaining neutral and colored panels and cut them into 8-inch segments. You need 4 from each one for the sides. Sew a colored segment to a neutral one. Repeat with the remaining ones. Once done, sew two on the top and bottom of the quilt. The other two will be for the sides.
Reap the remaining 8-inch segments in half so it will only be 5 strips instead of 10. Then sew them to the end of the sides. Once done, sew the borders on the quilt. Trim excess.