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4 patch quilt

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for 4 patch quilt. Get inspired and try out new things.
This blog is about all things quilting! With some tutorials of the projects I do and a few yummy recipes thrown in just for fun!!

This blog is about all things quilting! With some tutorials of the projects I do and a few yummy recipes thrown in just for fun!!

Disappearing Four-Patch Quilt Block Tutorial | New Quilters

Learn how to cut and resew a ho-hum four-patch block and turn it into a spectacular disappearing four-patch quilt block. (Easy, too!)

Disappearing Four Patch Quilt Block | Chock-A-Block Quilt Blocks: Disappearing 4-Patch

Hi! If you enjoy this blog, please become a follower, I need to know if anyone is out there using these tutorials! And pop on over to the American Homestead blog and see what is going on in my life. All the best! ~ Ellen http://americanhomestead.blogspot.com Since the Disappearing 9-patch tutorial has been so popular, here is another option using a 4-patch block. Fabric Requirements: Fabric A: White 2 - 7 1/2" squares Fabric B: Pink 1 - 7 1/2" square Fabric C: Green 1 - 7 1/2" square Layout…

"Disappearing 4 patch - with a twist" tutorial by Janet of What Comes Next. *Note - there are measurements at the bottom of the post that show how to calculate your finished size.

If you use this tutorial to make a quilt, I would love to see a picture! Edit - see the end of the post for some great information on what size squares to start with and what size block you'll end up with - thank you to Beverly for providing this info. As with every new block, it is always a good idea to make a sample block first to confirm size and technique before cutting into your "good" fabric Disappearing 9 Patch and Disappearing 4 patch blocks are pretty popular and easy to do, giving…

Disappearing 4 Patch tutorial with 5" squares. Sliced on the diagonal instead of the traditional vertical and horizontal. Charm squares done this way make 7.5" unfinished block, of 7" finished.

Earlier this week I showed a D4P block I had whipped up for a mug rug. Missy wrote and asked if I would be willing to share a tutorial. Of course! The original Pinterest pin I stole it from is here which includes the math for different size blocks. Sew (4) 5" squares together and spiral the center seam. Use your favorite pencil to mark 2" to the side of each corner, for a total of 8 marks. Without moving the fabric, cut 4 diagonal lines from mark to mark made in the previous photo…

Make Double Four Patch Blocks that Are Just a Bit Different from the Norm: Finish Sewing the Double Four-Patch Quilt Blocks

Learn how to sew a double four patch quilt block pattern with this step-by-step tutorial that also offers different design layouts.