The Corner 4-Patch block finishes at 8" and is easy and fun to make. There is a 4-patch unit in the corner. The rest of the block consists of a 4″ square and a 4″ x 8″ rectangle. Use scraps, fat quarters, yardage or a combination of all three. Use strip piecing, patchwork piecing or both to construct this unit.
- Assorted fat quarters (FQs). One FQ yields 4 blocks, or
- One 4-1/2” x WOF strip yields 3 blocks.
Binding: Your choice. A good way to frame the completed quilt is to use the dark fabric in the 4-patch units.
At the end of this article you can download free instructions to make this quilt in 6 different sizes.
Quilt Sizes and Fabric YardageThe chart below shows fabric yardage requirements for six different quilt sizes. This chart uses yardage for the 4-patch units and fat quarters for the squares and rectangles.
Here are some layouts you might find interesting.
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