Make a Nine Patch + Fence Rail Quilt with Jenny Doan of Missouri Star! (Video Tutorial)

Make a Nine Patch + Fence Rail Quilt with Jenny Doan of Missouri Star! (Video Tutorial)

28 Replies to “Make a Nine Patch + Fence Rail Quilt with Jenny Doan of Missouri Star! (Video Tutorial)”

  1. November 15, 2018. Do you have to use so many different colors. My favorite is Batiks, NO floral, my colors are in the purple family, hearth tones and green tones. I forgot to ask, I like using Quilt Panels as my focus point. How could you incorporate this pattern with a panel? Thank you, Anne Trenary

  2. Forgive me for not checking all the comments here before posting this, but I wanted to make a suggestion before you guys make the same mistake I did. I kept making blocks – without counting – until I ran out of my layer cake. I ended up with too many blocks! So make sure you only make the 31/20/12 that Jenny says to make. I'm having to cut the leftovers apart so I can use them to finish the 2.5" squares for the border.

  3. Hi Jenny, I love this quilt and see from previous questions/answers that a Jelly Roll can be used. Please can you tell me how many 6.5" blocks should be cut from each 3 piece strips and how many 2.5" strips from each 3 piece strip.. Thank you for wonderful tutorials. Bev

  4. I'll bet this quilt design would look gorgeous in bright rainbow colours with either black or white as the background… Or… blue and white prints. So sweet! Thanks for another inspirational tutorial, MSQC! ~Diana from Toronto

  5. I was thinking that if you cut your strips into 2 inches you will get five strips allowing you to use three in one strip set and two in another which works well for two dark three light and vice versa and you can use a charm square in the centres since the squares will work out to 5inch squares. Please let me know if you think I missed something. I really want to try this one. 🙂

  6. you do such a great job of explaining and showing how everything is done. Finding your video's has been wonderful.

  7. I really like this quilt pattern, easy, yet very nice to look at. My question is, how much yardage for binding and backing. I really like it when you show the backing, too.

  8. Where can I find written instructions for this quilt, Jenny its beautiful, thank you for your inspiration

  9. Loving this.. could you adapt for FQ or jelly roll? wondering how I should sub cut those to make this. I have tons of leftover strips etc on my QOV fabrics and would love to use them up

  10. Jenny are you using a quarter inch foot or do you have another method for getting your 1/4 inch seam? Thanks

  11. I love these tutorials! Here's an odd question: what kind of iron is that? It's so cool how it pops up when you set it down.
    Also, what do you do with the quilts that you make in your tutorials?

  12. Thank you so much 😊 That was a great 👍 tutorial as usual 👌👌👌👌 I just love ❤️ you're patterns, so much and you are so lovely 😊 to watch you give us all inspiration 😀😀😀😀✂️️✂️️✂️️

  13. Hi Jenny. I truly enjoy your tutorials and I purchase from you online frequently:) I was wondering which Baby Lock machine are you using now in 2016. I just bought the Soprano and I LOVE it!

  14. What's the finished size of this quilt? Or how do I find the finished size of any quilt in your tutorials? Thank you!

  15. Can't wait to make this. Looking forward to Christmas in July in Hamilton, MO. And I just love your Daily Deal today (Sun Print 2016 Double Scoops) & the story about the sun being different colors. I never knew that!! It's my choice for this quilt and I will be naming it Tommy (after my late brother). He used to sing "You Are My Sunshine" to me when he I was a little girl. In its own way, it will be my memory quilt. Thanks so much Jenny. You touch so many lives.

  16. Good day, Right now 10" square Perfectly Seasoned by Sandy Gervais is not available on your site. Are you expecting some more?

  17. sorry to bother you again. My question is one sided fusible fleece batting. Do you want the back to stick to the bumpy side?  or is the bumpy side supposed to be sticking to the top of your quilt.  Sorry, Newbie…Thanks for the awesome tutorials…..

  18. Jenny's tutorials are as comforting and fulfilling to me as fried chicken and mashed potatoes. I always learn something new and who doesn't enjoy her laughter. Don't ever stop those tutorials!!!!

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