Making a 4-Patch Throw Size Quilt

——   Created by Louise Silk

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6
Lessons
30m
Lesson time
beginner
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This class will go through all of the steps to machine piece and hand quilt an alternate block 4-patch quilt.

The course project

These directions are for a 60” square made of 85 4” 4-patch blocks, 84 4” solid blocks, with an additional 4” border.

Supplies:

10-15 pieces of cotton quilting fabric- enough to make 170 2 ½” cut squares.

4 yards background fabric for 170 2 ½” cut squares, 85 4 ½” cut squares, 4 ½” cut border pieces, and 2 ½”binding.

Backing fabric pieced to make a 66” square

Twin size batting

Quilting Hoop

sewing machine and sewing thread

#7 quilting needles and quilting thread

Rotary cutter set or sharp sewing shears

6 Lessons

0:06:57
Alternate 4 Patch Introduction
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0:03:58
4 Patch Selecting the Fabric
0:02:21
4 Patch Cutting the Fabric
0:07:30
4 Patch Piecing
0:06:49
4 Patch Quilting
0:03:14
Alternate 4 Patch Gallery
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About the instructor

Hello, I'm Louise Silk. I've been making quilts with meaning and memory for over forty years. I wrote the book The Quilting Path: A Guide to Spiritual Discovery through Fabric, Thread, and Kabbalah.

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