Rug measures approximately 20" x 30"Supply List:
- 21 strips of fabric measuring 2 1/2" x Width of Fabric (wof)
- Three ways to get 21 strips of fabric: (choose one)
- Half of one Jelly Roll
- Six fat quarters (cut seven strips 2 1/2" x approximately 20" from each fat quarter, a total of 42 short strips)
- Yardage: 1 1/2" yards of fabric, sub-cut into 21 strips measuring 2 1/2" x wof
- Please Note: before class, you will need to have all your strips sewn together at 45 degrees to create one long strip. Trim seams to 1/4" and press seams open.
Quiz: What are the 2 things that need to be completed before the day of class?
- Jelly Roll Rug Batting, at least 25 yards measuring 2 1/4" wide (2 1/4" wide is the instructor's preference, but the technique will work with 2 1/2" wide batting) Available soon at Aunt Judy's Attic.
- You have the option to make your own strips of batting, but it is not recommended by the instructor if this is your first time making a Jelly Roll Rug.
- Jelly Roll Sasher Tool: Available soon at Aunt Judy's Attic.
- Sewing Machine capable of sewing a zig-zag stitch. If you have an extension table, bring it - it will come in handy.
- Sharp Sewing Machine Needles: (need both)
- Thread for top and bobbins; the thread will be visible, choose a thread that matches your fabric the best.
- Have at least 3 bobbins filled before class.
- Sewing Stiletto, if you have one. A long-handled seam ripper will work in a pinch.
- Scissors, Seam Ripper, Rotary Cutter, Acrylic Ruler (at least 8" long), Small Cutting Mat (12" squared would work), and other sewing notions you feel like you would need.
I had to ask, or else it wouldn't be a class...