Hyde Park Pattern

Friday, November 20, 2015

 Let's get going!
What you need:
2 Hyde Park Jellyrolls
1/2 yd. each of three green prints
1 1/4 yd. of another green print (Use for sashing rectangles, binding and one 2 1/2" strip.)

The block
Instructions for the 16 blocks:
Grab a purple, pink or blue strip and cut 16 - 2 1/2" squares.
Grab a light strip and cut 21 - 2 1/2" squares. (I stack my strips and cut a couple of them at a time.)

Nine-patch block
 Make 4 nine-patch blocks. If you have a 1/4" guide on your pressure foot, use it! It really helps make the piecing accurate.


Pick up a green strip from the jellyroll pack, and cut 4 - 2 1/2" x
6 1/2" lengths. Sew the block together as illustrated below.

 



Repeat for 16 blocks. Use the pink, purple and blue fabrics for these blocks. Each block is a 14" square. (finished) Save the brown prints for later.

Instructions for the Sashing:
 Cut 24 rectangles 6 1/2" x 14 1/2" from an assortment of your green prints.
 Cut 96 - 2 1/2" squares from the brown prints in your jellyroll strips. Draw a diagonal line on the reverse side of each square for the seam line. Align the square, right sides together, in a corner of the green print rectangle. Sew on the drawn line. Trim the excess leaving a 1/4" seam allowance. Repeat for all four corners.


Sew all 24 rectangles using the same method as explained above.


Grab your assorted brown strips and cut 36 - 2 1/2" squares.
Cut 45 - 2 1/2" squares from your light strips. Piece 9 nine-patch blocks. These are sewn into three strips with the sashing rectangles.

Refer to the very first picture and piece your quilt together!

Until later!

Alma

36 comments

  1. Thank you! Have ordered the fabrics!

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  2. Thanks for sharing the tutorial for this cute quilt!

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  3. Thank you Alma, it's a gorgeous quilt. Do you know the dimensions?
    Lancy

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    1. Hi Lancy,

      The quilt is a 74" square.
      Alma

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    2. Thank you so much and Happy Thanksgiving!
      Lancy

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  4. Thank you for sharing this. Love both the pattern & Hyde Park.
    Ruth

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  5. It`s just beautiful quilt and quilting!

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  6. Couldn't resist buying the Hyde Park line. Am enjoying the pattern you so kindly shared.

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  7. Thank you for sharing this pattern with your readers.

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  8. Thank you a lot for this tutorials. It was much more easier for me to start doing quilt with your tutorials.

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  9. interesantes post, pásate por mi blog si os gusta quédate, saludos desde España.

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  10. Are the two additional greens from Hyde park, or other lines? Thanks, Jane

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  11. Thanks so much for the pattern! Can't wait to start it! Are you writing a book to go with Hyde Park? I love your fabric and patterns!!

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  12. Alma, I promised my granddaughter that I would make her a quilt of her choice. She has found a quilt called "Camp Reveille". It is from your book Higdon Camp. I can not find your book anywhere. Can you give me any direction as to where I might be able to purchase this book or the pattern. I love your patterns and am hoping to make this quilt. Thank you for your help.

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  13. Hi Barb and Alma,
    Love your new Hyde Park collection and this quilt. I would like to offer kits for this “lovely” and am unable to find a way to email you directly to ask your permission to use your picture and to refer purchasers to your blog for the directions. Would you please let me know if that would be alright with you?

    Thanks for your always lovely collections!

    Pam
    Quilt Kits N Pieces
    dolanp47@gmail.com

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  14. VERY PRETTY! THANKS FOR SHARING!
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  15. Very pretty colors. I love 9 patch quilt blocks.

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  16. When you say, "another green", do you mean that I need to select a green from another line? Is it two extra greens that are not in hyde park? I have a very difficult time getting fabrics because quilt stores here are very small, and do not cater to traditional fabric lovers like me.

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  18. Very pretty colors. I love 9 patch quilt blocks. ..

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