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Tulsa Quilts for Kids™- Nine Patch Quilt (Approx. 42 x 42)

This is a quick and simple quilt to make. Seam allowance of ¼” is used for all seams.

 Nine Patch Quilt

 

Fabric Requirements

 

Fabric A – ½ yd [ 12 6 ½” x 6 ½” squares]

Fabric B – ½ yd [ 5 strips cut 2 ½” x WOF]

Fabric C – ½ yd [ 5 strips cut 2 ½” x WOF]

 

Inner Border – ¼ yd [4 strips cut 2” x WOF]

Outer Border – ½ yd [4 strips cut 4” x WOF]

 

Backing – 1-1/3 yard [44-45]

Binding – ½ yard [4 strips cut 2 ½” x WOF]                                                                   

 

  1. Sew two strip sets together as follows: Fabric B, Fabric C, and Fabric B. Your strip sets will look like this. (Press to the darker fabric)

 

Fabric B

Fabric C

Fabric B

 

 

  1. Sew one strip set together with the opposite layout… Fabric C, Fabric B, Fabric C as shown below… (Press to the darker fabric).

 

Fabric C

Fabric B

Fabric C

 

         

3.       Cut the strip sets vertically into 2 ½” strips.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.       Sew the sets together to create the Nine-Patch block

          as shown here. You should have 12 Nine Patch blocks      

          measuring 6 ½” square.    
5.      After the Nine-Patch blocks are sewn together, lay out your pattern with the

          6 ½” squares (Fabric A) in an alternating pattern. You should have 6 rows down

          with 6 squares across for a total of 30 blocks.

     

     ***IF your Nine Patch blocks are smaller than 6 inches… trim the 6 ½” squares

to match the size of the nine patches. (Example… your nine-patch block measures 5 ½” square. Cut the 6 ½” squares down to 5 ½”.)***

6.       Sew each row together, with right sides together, matching the seams of row 1     with the seams of row 2, pinning as you see fit. Repeat for row 3-6.

 

7.       Add the right and left borders, trimming the excess border fabric even with the rest of the quilt top. Repeat for the top and bottom borders.

 

8,      Layer the quilt top over low loft cotton batting and backing. Quilt as you desire.Remember that this quilt will be loved and washed a lot, so make sure that there    is enough stitching to hold the quilt together for a long time. Bind the quilt as   normal.  

 

9.       Wash and dry the completed quilt. (Do not use fabric softener).

 

10.     A central drop-off has been established at the Quilt Sampler located at 6024 South Sheridan, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74135 (918) 493-3388 for the return of the completed quilt along with any fabric remnants.

 

     If you do not live in the Tulsa area, please mail the quilt to the address shown below.

  

Your quilt will bring joy to a child in crisis. Thank you for your support.

 

Tulsa Quilts for Kids, Inc.

507 South Zurich AvenueTulsa, OK 74112

(918) 832-9012 (Sharon and John) or (918) 292-8538 (Beth)

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An Oklahoma 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Corporation

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Pattern not for resale. For charitable or personal use only.