Another four patch

I found an interesting four patch here: .

There are complete instructions on how to make it on the link, but here’s my quick version.

marked 4 patch

Here is my four patch with 2″ from the corner marked on all sides.

diagonal 4 patch 1

Here it is again with four cuts, cutting from one mark to the next. You have to be careful, handling and sewing these pieces, since each cut has a bias edge.

diagonal four patch

diagonal four patch

I’ve rearranged the pieces and sewn them back together. I think this one is really interesting. It looks way more complicated to make than it really is.

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2 Responses to Another four patch

  1. Nann says:

    Hi, Claire — hope this comment is clearer than gibberish. Thanks for sharing your disappearing blocks. I’ve tried D9P with 3.5 9-patches — fiddly but fun. (And, a couple of posts earlier: I like the selvedge postcards.)

    • admin says:

      Thanks for commenting, Nann. I’ve visited your blog numerous times, but oops, I’ve never left a comment. Since my mom was a librarian, I feel a connection with you besides the quilting one. I liked reading your story about the Mexican vanilla.

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