Take a look at this:
As an added refinement, you could append a tag, turning it into an 18-bar chorus, like this:
This pattern of tune, with pretty well this chord sequence and with a melody very similar to what I have used above, was popular between 1900 and the 1930s, when many famous bands had at least one tune of this kind in its repertoire.
Think of Hot Nuts! Get 'Em From the Peanut Man, Droppin' Shucks, If It Don't Fit, Don't Force It, Everyone's Talking About Sammy, Low Down Papa, The Alligator Pond Went Dry, My Sweet Lovin' Man, If You Don't Like It Like I Like It, Keeps on a-Rainin', I'm a Ding Dong Daddy from Doumas, Don't Care Blues, Don't Go Away, Nobody, How Come You Do Me Like You Do Do Do?, Prove It On Me Blues, Gimme Some of that Yum Yum Yum, Forget Me Not Blues.
[NOTE: There is another group of good 16-bar tunes (18 including tag) that use the Sweet Sue Chord Progression and have the 'breaks' on bars 7 and 8. These include most famously I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate, South (Theme B), and Up Jumped the Devil. But they will be a subject for another day.]