If you would like to make a larger version of this quilt, or if you are looking for more detailed instructions that include fabric requirements, the pattern is now available on Craftsy and Etsy.
I had some jelly roll leftovers sitting around and I needed to work on a project to help maintain my sanity, so I thought I'd put together a quick baby quilt. And while I was at it, I thought I'd share a (really) rough tutorial.
1. Choose four strips that are 2.5"xWOF. I alternated white solid with prints, but you could do whatever you want. Piece them together along the long sides.
2. Take half of these and set them aside.
3. With the other half, line up the 60 degree mark on your ruler with one of the seams, and cut along the left side of the ruler.
Piece your diamond shaped pieces into columns and then sew the columns together. Trim along the top and bottom so that you have a straight edge (I didn't completely trim mine since I am going to trim again after I quilt it).
This was surprisingly quick and is jelly roll friendly. And it definitely helped my sanity.