Good morning, friends! Today I get to FINALLY share Fat Quarter Shop’s newest pattern with you! It’s from their “Classic & Vintage” series of patterns, and it’s called the Double Nine-Patch Quilt!
You probably aren’t aware that one of my most favoritest, favoritest things about quilts is NESTED SEAMS. Seams that have to match perfectly, and so you press the seam allowances opposite each other so they’ll nest into each other and lock themselves into place…oh my goodness, sign me up for THAT. You can imagine my exclamation of joy when I first laid eyes on the mock-up of Fat Quarter Shop’s newest pattern in their Classic & Vintage line-up, the Double Nine Patch:
Just. look. at all of those nested seams.
Putting this quilt together is pretty simple–I’d even suggest that it’s accessible by a “gettin’ tired of making charm pack patchwork quilts” kind of beginner. I actually kept track of how long each of my sewing sessions were with making this quilt, and I went from starching my pre-washed fabric to finishing attaching the borders in a little under twenty hours (spread over five days). And the finished quilt is sooo beautiful:
I just love classic patterns, and this is such a clean, pretty look.
I chose to go with a fat quarter bundle of Riley Blake’s “Comfort & Joy” fabric collection, because, hello, CHRISTMAS, and I decided that I was going to keep this quilt for myself and I have been in love with this collection since it was first released last year, so “Merry Christmas” to yours truly, mwa ha ha. I love, love, love the red, green, and white together. Oh, be still my Christmas heart.
Fat Quarter Shop has a kit available with Sweetwater’s “Project Red” collection included (oh, it doesn’t get more classic than red and white, does it?), and also a backing kit to match. (Seriously love the print they chose for the backing!)
As always, there’s a cute little video explaining the new pattern, and you can watch it here:
Oh my goodness, I love this quilt. Thank you, Fat Quarter Shop, for the opportunity to help you spread the fun news of this new pattern!