Sweet Blend Quilt With Jenny Doan

Sweet Blend Quilt With Jenny Doan | DIY Joy Projects and Crafts Ideas

Image by Missouri Star via Youtube


Once you have mastered the basic blocks, it’s time to move to curvy patterns. Don’t worry – this sweet blend quilt by Missouri Star is still a beginner-friendly pattern. It’s very easy to follow and not complicated at all. Keep on reading or watch the video below for full instructions.



  • 3 1/4 yards of solid fabric
  • 5 1/4 yards of background fabric or a packet of 10″ squares and 2 1/2 yards of background fabric
  • 4 1/2 yards of backing
  • easy circle cut ruler and cutter
  • 3 1/4 yards f 24″ wide fusible


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Step 1:

Take your yardage and cut it into 8″ strips. Next, cut the strips into squares.

Step 2:

Cut the fusible into 8″ squares and fuse into the 8″ colored squares.

Step 3:

Fold in half. Lay the ruler on top of your fabric. Cut into a 7 1/2″ diameter circle. Fuse into the center of a 10″ background square.

Step 4:

Do a blanket stitch all the way around, then cut it into fourths.

Sweet Blend Quilt With Jenny Doan Tutorial
Image by Missouri Star via Youtube

Step 5:

Cut three-inch strips from your colored and background yardage, then sub-cut into three-inch squares. Get one colored and background square, and stack them with the background on top. Draw a diagonal line from corner to corner, then sew a quarter of an inch on either side of the line. Cut directly on the line, open and iron the half-square triangles. Trim into 2 1/2″ squares.

Step 6:

Attach the half squares triangles to the corners of your quarter circle. Make sure the white goes on the white side and the purple goes on the opposite. You want a sew line that goes across two fabrics. Trim a quarter of an inch from the seam. Repeat with the other quarter circles.

Sweet Blend Quilt With Jenny Doan Pattern
Image by Missouri Star via Youtube

Step 7:

Arrange them just like in the photo below. Sew them in rows first. Make sure you press the seams in different directions. Once done, sew them together just like a four-patch. Press it open. You need 6 across and 7 down for a total of 42 blocks.


Sweet Blend Quilt With Jenny Doan

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