How many yards is a 40 strip Jelly Roll?
A jelly roll of 4o strips contains 4,000 square inches, or 2.78 yards. A layer cake of 40 squares contains 4,000 square inches, or 2.78 yards.
What size does a jelly roll make?
So your standard Jelly Roll Race Quilt makes a finished top that is approximately 50 x 60 inches. This is fine for a throw quilt, or if you add a border it would work for a full sized bed.
How many jelly rolls make a super king size quilt?
For a king size, I would do 8×8 for 112” square, which would be 6 jelly rolls, with quite a bit left over. Then you can use the extra strips for a scrappy binding. 12” blocks you need 100 blocks ( 10 across, 10 down) to make a king size quilt.
How many jelly roll strips are in a yard?
*Folded fabric blocks use 2 ½” strips from a jelly roll. If you wish to make your own jelly roll strips cut 2 ½” wide stripes from the length of the fabric. You should get approximately 14 strips per yard. Each folded fabric block is different and may require a different number of strips.