Monday, April 18, 2016

Interlock - Free Quilt Pattern - Jelly Roll


Very easy Jelly Roll quilt pattern that looks like you spent a long time piecing together.



Fabrics used in this quilt are from Moda's Gooseberry Collection and Kona Snow. ALSO if you are lucky, depending how you cut your strips into 4 1/2" squares shown in step 2 and by not wasting so much fabric you can end up with another row! =D

To download this pattern as a FREE PDF, go here.



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12 comments:

  1. I just found this pattern and I can't wait to get started.

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  2. I cannot download this pattern. It keeps saying there is an error and to go back and try again......well I tried several times yesterday and then again today. What am I doing wrong?

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  3. Seems like every time I see directions for a jelly roll quilt it doesn't say what size the quilt will be and what size bed it will fit. Help!

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  5. Hi. I realize this posting is a few years old, but the PDF link is not working and I cannot read the printed instructions above because they are somewhat blurry. I think your quilt is super cute and I would love to make it if I could access the instructions!! :)

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  6. I had no problem emailing it to myself. Excited about trying to make it. Some sites want you to pay for the pattern, this may what is happening to you.

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  7. Hi, the link for the PDF takes you to a page that says "This Domain Name Has Expired".

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  8. I got the same message when trying to download this cute pattern... "This Domain Name Has Expired."

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  9. It says to download click here- when you do it brings up a list of free things. When you click on free quilt patterns it takes you 3 websites to choose from!!! Which one has the pattern??!
    Thxs!

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  10. Obviously this site is no longer being taken care of but if you will click on each image it will enlarge them so that they are readable and then you can save each image for later reference. You can also copy and paste the text into wordpad and save it with the images so you will have full instructions for later use. :-)

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