Hi! It’s Jo from Jo’s Country Junction. Here’s my latest quilt project, 1934 Nine Patch. If you are new to quilting or are looking for an easy large quilt, this might be just the pattern that you are looking for. Nine patch blocks sew together quickly to create a beautiful and classic design. The colors of this fabric line, Circa 1934, are SO rich and creamy. The red and gold colors elicit a warm and cozy feel.
Before I get to the instructions, I want to let you know that Fat Quarter Shop is sponsoring a giveaway on my blog, so make sure to stop over to sign up after you’re done here.
2 1/4 yards Circa 1934 Solid Red 37008 11
3 3/8 yards Circa 1934 Solid Cream 37008 15
2 1/2 yards Circa 1934 Solid Gold 37008 13
3/4 yards Circa 1934 Davis Black 37007 14-binding
6 yards Circa 1934 Ginger Sage 37003 12-backing
Cut 31 gold strips- 2.5″ wide.
Cut 38 cream strips- 2.5″ wide.
Sew the strips together in a gold-cream-gold pattern. You will need a total of 8 strip sets like this. Press the seams toward the gold.Sub cut the strips into 122 gold-cream-gold sections that are 2.5″ wide.
Cut 31 red strips. Sub cut the pieces in half.
Cut 8 cream strips. Sub cut into 11″ pieces. If they are slightly smaller don’t worry.
Select 30 of the jelly roll strips. Cut each strip into two- 11″ lengths and one- 21″ length. Keep each set of jelly roll strips together.
Sew a 21″ red strip on each side of the 21″ jelly roll strip. Sew a colored 11″ strip to each side of the cream 11″ strip. When possible, match sew the strips together (keeping the selvage ends next to each other). Press all seams toward the colored jelly roll strip.
All of the blocks are made. It’s time to assemble them together into rows. Notice that one row starts with a red block. The other starts with a gold block. Create 8 “red” rows and 7 “gold” rows.
Cut an 8″ strip from the remaining backing piece. Sew the 8″ strip to the red of the first backing strip.
Sew some of the remaining blocks together to create a strip equal in length to the backing fabric. Sew the blocks to the 8″ strip. Sew the last backing strip to the blocks.
Cut nine binding strips. Sew together and bind.
Gracie wasn’t in the mood for a photo shoot with the quilt. The neighbors were shooting off fire crackers and the noise really scares her….poor girl….
The gals are avid bloggers adding regular new blog posts daily.You can read about their adventures atjoscountryjunction.com.