The Four Patch quilt block is the king block for every beginner quilter. It is possibly the first block you will ever learn once you pick up quilting. I just adore it. And its scrappy version is just gorgeous!
Always remember FINISHED SIZE means the size it will be in a completed quilt. The measurements given already have the ¼ inch allowance included.
*SQ = Square/Squares
1.5 x 6.5 inches
2.5 x 10.5 inches
3.5 x 14.5 inches
Just by changing the layout of your fabric squares and maybe adding a color or two you can easily make the following variations of the block using the same tutorial. We have already made a tutorial for the Autumn tints block, as it was also covered in the Farmer’s Wife sampler.
I hope you will enjoy this video tutorial on how to make the FOUR PATCH quilt block and don’t forget to subscribe to my channel for more quilt blocks!
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Love this block for its simple and smart design and construction. Thank you for sharing different block sizes too, they are very useful. I don’t mind your tutorials on greek or english, cm or inches, I understand both languages and can work with both length measurements. The dual language tutorial and dual measurements is an issue I deal with also. Translating texts for my blog took me longer than I thought and it made my text twice as long, I was bored of reading it more than once myself. That is the main reason i stopped blogging for a while now. How could I expect my readers to go through the different language blocks to read the one they were looking for. So i stopped blogging. And now I am stuck, because I want to start again. And for some reason, I feel like I need to apologize to the Greek readers or the non-Greek readers, because soon I will choose one language. Sorry for the long post. I totally relate to your post. x
And I love you too Eleni. Thank you for the lengthy answer, it was what I needed to keep going…