by: Natalia Bonner, Kathleen Whiting & Whitnee North.
4 - 1/2 yard incriments of solid color material for flowers.
(This does not include backing or binding material.)
Using your jelly roll strips sew the strips together creating 8 strips sets like the top strip with ivory as your main color.
Then create 16 strips with the darker material as your main color.
Now cut your stirips into 2.5" strips. The light and dark.
Now you will sew these together to create 9 patch blocks.
You will have a large variety of 9 patch blocks. 121 total 9 patch blocks.
From your ivory material you will cut 144, 6.5" blocks.
Now lay out your nine patch blocks on point something similar to this picture.
Place all of the ivory squares into your quilt and squares on the edges. You will have a funny looking edge for now.
Sew the blocks together in strips.
Your corner will look like this.
Sew all of the rows together to look like this.
Now you will cut off he pointed edges.
Now you will count down four blocks and cut straight across the quilt.
Cut two strips of brown material into 2.5" strips. Cut a 12" strip from your ivory material. Sew the two brown strips to the edge of the ivory material.
Your quilt top should now look like this.
From your solid colors cut out four flowers and some circles for flowers. (We used the flowers in the Gobble Gobble material as inspiration.) Use a blanket stitch to applique onto the ivory background as show in the picture below.
Now quilt, bind and enjoy!
Quilt was pieced by Whitnee North. Machine quilting by Natalia Bonner and binding was done by Kathleen Whiting.