Free Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern for all my subscribers to celebrate me completing a jelly roll project this year!

Fill in the form HERE to get the free pattern

Last Saturday I joined in the fun to unwrap a jelly roll to celebrate National Jelly Roll Day on the 18th of September. I had very little planned in my head, but as I power through the day and night till late I got more and more excited with the quilt!

I was so happy with the finish and the way it turned out that I decided to make it into a pattern to share it with all my subscribers. It was the adrenaline that really pushes me to get the quilt just done and done. 

Grab this free jelly roll quilt pattern, the Jelly Roll Spinner HERE>>

For this quilt, I used a jelly roll from my stash from Bonnie and Camille called Happy Go Lucky. This was one of my favourite line ever!

I am quite certain that this pattern will look beautiful in any of Bonnie and Camille’s lines. Or even any other Jelly Roll actually.

Check out some of the fun Jelly Rolls to try out HERE

If you can’t tell just yet, this is a very quick quilt project as it is made of precut strips and very little cutting is required. So you definitely can make the quilt top and backing in a day!

Jelly Roll Spinner Quilt Free Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern

I hope you’ll have as much fun as I did making this. 

The best thing about this quilt is that this quilt uses up every single strip of the jelly roll.

I had 42 strips in mine but I wrote the pattern to call for 40 cause I just used extra to piece in the labels. I didn’t need my backing to be as large as I quilted the quilt myself.

Save some backing fabrics, one of the perks of having to quilt it yourself. 

If you want to learn how to Free Motion Quilt, there’s a free course on the header of this blog or you can also check out the full course Free Motion Quilting Bootcamp. 


Quilt label!

Don’t you think this quilt label perfectly matches the joy of this quilt? I used a micron pen to add in the date.


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If you want to make your own quilt labels, make sure you check out Quilt Label Wizard where I teach you how to make your own quilt labels.

If you make this Jelly Roll Quilt, please do share the photo with me. Post photos on Instagram, please do tag me @amira_littlemushroomcap and use the #jellyrollspinner.


I would love to see it. 

Share this page so that others can also get the free jelly roll quilt pattern. 

You can see some of the processes of me making this quilt in this Instagram Reels video:


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Free Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern

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Other Jelly Roll Quilt on the blog: Jelly Roll Jam II

22 Comments on Free Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern : Jelly Roll Spinner

  1. Is there a YouTube link for this jelly roll quilt? The Instagram only plays for about 30 sec then it jumps to other channels and I can’t see the rest of the video. Very frustrating

  2. I LOVE this pattern. Just finished the 4th one for another new baby. Everyone loves it and it goes together so easily. One jelly roll and 1 1/4 yard extra and you are done. I use the scraps from the extra strips to make the binding and it turns out so cute. Thanks for the pattern.

  3. I have signed up 4 times. My quilt meeting shared this information. So l’m sure you will have lots of requests.

  4. I have tried 2 times to get this pattern cause I love the way it looks and would love to make it on Christmas fabrics for gifts could you please send again

    I do get your blog.

  5. I love this pattern it is so bright & cheery! Do you think this could be made into a queen size and if so how would I go about it? I’ve only been at this about a year and I don’t do anything that is out of my comfort zone but I’d sure like to try this pattern.
    Joyce M

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