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4 Patch Quilt + X's and O's = AWESOME QUILT

missouriquiltco.com – Jenny Doan shows how a really complicated looking quilt can be made easily. Watch the 4 Patch and the X’s and O’s tutorials before attempting this (links are below) Scrappy 4 Patch: www.youtube.com X’s and O’s Quilt Block Tutorial: www.youtube.com To get the materials featured in this video, click on the links below: Tonga Batiks Treat Strips from Timeless Treasures: www.missouriquiltco.com Butterscotch & Rose charm pack by Moda Fabrics: www.missouriquiltco.com Bella Solids Snow Charm Pack: www.missouriquiltco.com Largest Selection of Precut Fabric on the Web: www.missouriquiltco.com
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25 Comments

  • JackieMSQC

    31 diciembre, 2012

    Thank you!!! You are too kind!!!!!!!!! 

  • vcarrollparkhill

    31 diciembre, 2012

    Thank you! I just received my 2 yards of the beautiful Kona Snow from the Daily Deal and it will be perfect for this as the background fabric. Anybody out there who has not yet signed up for the Daily Deal, do it right away because they have great bargains! Vic in NH

  • JackieMSQC

    31 diciembre, 2012

    I am glad you enjoyed the tutorial! We have the best customers ever!!!!!!!!!

  • vcarrollparkhill

    31 diciembre, 2012

    Wow! How on earth did I miss this video for this cute and easy chicklets block? I have always admired them but did not know how. Special thanks for the note at the end of how to complete the pattern at the edges! Vic in NH

  • Meg Gomes

    31 diciembre, 2012

    LOVELY
    

  • NatalieMSQC

    31 diciembre, 2012

    absolutely! Thanks for the great tip Sarah!

  • Sarah Forsythe

    31 diciembre, 2012

    Looking at this, you could make the scrappy 4 patches by sewing the jelly roll pieces together 2 at a time and then cutting into 5″ chunks. From there, just follow the scrappy 4 patch method.

  • SarahMSQC

    31 diciembre, 2012

    Awesome! I bet your son loves his new quilt!!

  • Waheeda Bano

    31 diciembre, 2012

    great! love to work it on soon . i have just ended up magic block quilt 4 my 18 years old son thanks alot

  • SarahMSQC

    31 diciembre, 2012

    Yeah!! Great to hear!!

  • Zach Wall

    31 diciembre, 2012

    I’m making this quilt and it turned out beautiful, And the best part…it was so easy to make.

  • Jenny Doan

    31 diciembre, 2012

    The squares start out 5 inches…you make the 4 patch and now they are 4.5. So your X block needs to be 4.5 as it doesn’t get any smaller…All the corner squares remain the same 2.5

  • dms5858

    31 diciembre, 2012

    When you make the X block that is 4 1/2 inch sq., do you use a 2 1/4 sq. for the corners and if so, how does that line up with the 16 patch block made of 2 1/2 in. squares?

  • SarahMSQC

    31 diciembre, 2012

    Awesome!! I love the Butterscotch and Roses fabric! Can’t wait to hear about all the little things you are making!!  🙂

  • Lori Garrison

    31 diciembre, 2012

    I also hadn’t realized you used Butterscotch & Rose fabric. That is EXACTLY what I used! It must have been a subliminal memory in my brain! LOL! BTW, I saved the cut offs from the corners like you did on the Serendipity quilt and am making some little things out of them!

  • Lori Garrison

    1 enero, 2013

    I just made one of these (well, the blocks are sewn together, at least!), but didn’t notice that you made it look finished by adding half-x blocks around the edges. Hmmmm, thinking I might need to get some more fabric & do that! It really adds a nice look with those.

  • Jenny Doan

    1 enero, 2013

    Don;t be confused….For this size I used a jelly roll and sewed 4 strips together and cut them into 2 1/2 inch segments, mixed them up and sewed them back together again.  It make the same block if you make 4 4 patches and sew them together. What you are making is a 16 patch block and there are lots of ways to do this.

  • Sharon Neuer

    1 enero, 2013

    The video says you use a jelly roll and background fabric, but then you talk about making the scrappy four patch with charm packs. Do I use the jelly roll instead? I’m sooooo confused!

  • Jenny Doan

    1 enero, 2013

    The quilt ends up being about 60 by 70 and you will need 2 3/4 background fabric.

  • Jenny Doan

    1 enero, 2013

    I think it is about 60 x 70…a small twin.

  • SarahMSQC

    1 enero, 2013

    Yay!! Good luck!

  • chesneynoel

    1 enero, 2013

    Amazing! Do you have an approximate size that the 1 jelly roll made?
    I am wanting to make it, & am trying to estimate the supplies needed for the size I want 🙂
    I LOVE all your tutorials! I’ve got several of your tutorials as WIPs.
    & you’re customer service {for store} is superb!

  • cmannequin

    1 enero, 2013

    Thank you I plan on making a quilt for my mother for mothers day and this is my first time ever attempting quilting!

  • Jenny Doan

    1 enero, 2013

    Thanks Monica!

  • Tinachard

    1 enero, 2013

    I am absolutely BUSTING to get going with this! I have a very (very!) treasured jelly roll I bought last year before I even knew how to sew properly, and have been waiting for my skills and the right design to come along to do it justice. Without a shadow, this is The One – thank you very very much!! I tried to get another roll of the same fabric for months but no-go, so here’s the perfect project to get a whole quilt top from it. What size is the finished quilt top? you get more+more awesome!x