I want to make this quilt (4 patch with X’s and O’s) into a queen size quilt. Would you recommend using charm packs or a jelly roll, and how many of each? My mom loves cardinals so I was thinking of using the Wintersong line fabrics. Thanks for all your great tutorials!
I think she means the charm packs – the jelly rolls are usually 2.5 inch wide strips. I don’t think the strips would work well on this pattern. Love the pattern – going to try it out myself.
This quilt will be excellent to use all those 2-1/2″ scrapes of material. Thanks for sharing this tip.
Love this, another great quilt! Are you thinking of making a pdf for this pattern, I’m a new quilter and need all the instructions I can get. Thank you for all you do to help us tap into our creativity.
We should have it out in another month or two Tina!
Is this pattern out yet???? I’m needing the fabric requirements most of all!!! Thanks much!!
can you please tell me how to make your scrappy 4 patch out of a jelly roll as you said in this tutorials that it takes one jelly roll? I can make the charm pack 4 patch.
your tutorial is awesome and we love it very much…
When you are making the 4 patch + the X’s and O’s block, with your back background piece being 4 1/2 would the corners for the X part be half of the 4 1/2 block are 2
Can you do a scrappy 4 patch with jelly roll strips the easy way like you do with charm squares? B.T.W. LOVE this pattern, great job!
Ever since you taught me how to make an ironing board….one of my favorite tools! I love your way of doing
quilts….EASY….I tell EVERYONE about you! Love ya kiddo…RAE
Aww, thank you Rae!! So glad you enjoy the tutorials!!
Me, too, love the ironing board, too. Love the tutorials, also. I also have you subscribed on YouTube!
? For you – how many charm packs are needed to make this
Quilt? You noted you used 1 jelly roll $ yardage???
Love your ideas for pre-cuts, this quilt is one I will make soon.
Most mornings I enjoy watching one of your tut’s while sipping a cup of coffee. Your spirit is always upbeat and friendly it is a good way to start my day
Thank you! This quilt is a fun one- enjoy!!!
what a great inspiration!! love your tutorials… always find something new to try and have been quilting a long time!! thanks!!!
Are there any DVDs of any of these tutorials? I love them all, but I would definitely love a DVD of several of the tutorial sessions.
We are in the process of making all our tutorials available on DVD. We are hopeful we can have them complete before to long. Keep an eye on the website, as we will post that information once they are complete. Have a great day!!
Wow – I want to see those – very helpful. Thanks.
Another splendid way to do a quilt. Thank you Jenny dear… <3
You’re so very welcome!!
What size quilt did the jelly roll make? Need to make a king size.
I just completed my 4 patch, X’s & O’s quilt and couldn’t wait to show you. Thank you for the Tutorial.
Beautiful quilt- Michele! Great job! Thanks so much for sharing!
nice work good job
Michele, your quilt is absolutely gorgeous!! Would you share the finished dimensions and the fabric needed (# of charm packs and the light colored fabric you used)? I would really appreciate it!!
How would you quilt this i am stuck with the white cross and what’s a nice quilt pattern for it
Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! I can’t wait to make one!
I can’t believe I missed this tutorial in August but I am sure glad I found it. I am going to start this one for a wedding gift. Thanks for the great idea.
I love this pattern so much! I am going to do this quilt in Northcott’s Cayuga brown collection and moda neutrals! I am so excited!!!!
great tutorial Jenny you always show quilting to be the fun it can be!
Is there a way to print these out to see a pattern as we make the quilt
Hey Brenna, we are working on getting patterns made for each of these, will happen soon!
Thank you for the best Tutorials!!! I’m a beginner, but I made it!!
Do you have a link to where the pattern is on this. I’ve looked, but haven’t found one yet. I see you have one for the X’s & O’s. But not combined with the 4 patch. Is it available yet? Love your video’s. I’m semi-new to quilting. Know a few things. Watching your videos has really got me going and actually gave me a kick start into sewing a larger quilt instead of smaller projects. Thanks so much!
This tutorial for the X’s and O’s quilt you said you made the blue one with a jelly roll. The scrappy four patch tutorial is made with charm packs. How did you make scrappy four patches using a jelly roll?
Thanks for asking! Check out the tutorial for Jacob’s Ladder. Jenny shows you how to make the 4-patch out of jelly rolls. http://quiltingtutorials.com/browse-by-skill-level/intermediate-quilting-tutorials/jacobs-ladder-quilt/
This is also called Arkansas Crossroads quilt! Love it
Awesome! My grandmother (Jenny’s mother-in-law) was from Arkansas. Thanks for sharing.
I am running into trouble making this. I have my scrappy 4 patch block which measures 4.5 with seam allowances, and I cut my plain fabric squares to 4 1/2 but I cannot seem to figure out what size I should cut the small squares to sew onto the plain fabric squares. Please help!!! I am just wasting fabric trying to figure this out, grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr..
Sorry it wasn’t mentioned in the tutorial. Those smaller squares that you sew onto the 2 corners of the charm are cut at 2.5″.
Is there an actual pattern to read for this quilt, or do we use the tutorial as a pattern. I love this quilt!!
Here’s the actual pattern…Enjoy! http://www.missouriquiltco.com/shop/detail/11872
Thanks JenM. I wanted the pattern for the 4-Patch + X’s and O’s sometimes called the Crossroads quilt. I am only seeing the X and O quilt pattern at the site? Or am I missing something. Thanks so much. I appreciate your help!!
Oops…you’re not missing something. I am…my brain! Yes, we have the X’s & O’s written as a pattern, but not this version with the 4-patch included. Sorry about that.
I rewatched the tutorial and it will be pretty simple to use that for the pattern as the instructions are all there I guess. Thanks for your help!!
Love this pattern. Are you girls planning a PDF for this. I am still not sure how you used a jelly roll to make the scrappy 4-patch. By having a PDF showing us how Jenny used the jelly roll, I think it will help a lot.
So excited trying this pattern with my Gabriella Jelly roll
Can’t wait to try this one! Love it in Batiks; which collection was the quilt at the end of the tutorial done with?
I’m working on a quilt similar to this that I saw in a photo. The first picture is that photo. I looked at it for what seemed like hours and came up with the same two blocks that you did, 4-patch and X’s and O’s. I decided to use charm packs and I started sewing. After I had made a couple of blocks I took another look at the photo and realized that the entire quilt could be made with one block instead of two. So I ripped what I had put together apart and started again. The second photo is some of my blocks laid out but not sewn together yet. The third photo is my notes. I’m really enjoying this top. Most of it is hand pieced.