Grandma’s Lattice Quilt – Free Pattern

This Free Quilt Pattern is Both Jelly Roll and Fat Quarter Friendly!

Yards of background fabric (40-42” wide) plus: Jelly roll strip bundle + 9 more strips (for a total of 51 strips, each 2 1/2” x 42”)


Cutting Instructions for a 77’’ x 77’’ Quilt

From the background fabric, cut: 72 squares 6 1/2” x 6 1/2” If you are using yardage or pre-cut jelly roll strips, you will need: 51 strips, each 2 1/2” x 42”

How to Sew Grandma’s Lattice Quilt Blocks

Make 18 quilt blocks for the entire quilt. Use a scant 1/4’’ seam allowance for best results. For each Grandma’s Lattice Quilt Block, you will need five 9-patch blocks.


I sewed this Grandma’s Lattice Quilt using fat quarters, so my strips are all 2 1/2” x 21” (I didn’t cut off the selvage) You can use pre-cut jelly roll strips (or 2 1/2” x 42” strips) just as they are or cut each one in half so that your block combinations have more variety

Sew 9-Patches and Background Fabric Squares into 18 Quilt Blocks

1. Each Grandma’s Lattice Quilt Block will need five 9-patch blocks and four 6 1/2” x 6 1/2” background fabric squares. Arrange the pieces in a pleasing manner.

Cut 5 of the Blocks

1. Cut 4 of the quilt blocks in half diagonally as shown above. 2. Cut 1 of the quilt blocks in quarters diagonally as shown above.