Sourdough Quilt Project 
Super Simple Pattern

 

you will need 24 
four patch blocks 


you will need 24 - 4 1/2"  
feature fabric blocks

This is a super simple four patch variation. Use a  feature fabric" for the unpieced square. Rotary cut all fabrics. All fabrics should be 42" - 44" wide. 

Finished block Size: 4" 

Finished quilt size 36" x 44" 
 
 

Fabric List.
amounts of fabrics
feature fabric -  A
3/8 yard
1st 4-patch fabric - B
1/4 yard
2nd 4-patch fabric - C
1/4 yard
Inner Border -  sides
1/3 yard
top/bottom .
Outer Border -  sides
1/2 yard
top/bottom .
Binding
.as desired
Backing
1 1/3 yards
 
Cutting Instructions
number of strips
size of strips
3
4 1/2 x 44
3
2 1/2 x 44
3
2 1/2 x 44
2
2 1/2 x 37 1/2
2
2 1/2 x 29 1/2
2
4 x 37 1/2
2
4 x 36
.. ..
.
 

Step 1. Sew together three strip sets of fabrics B and C. Press seams toward darker fabric.


 
Step 2. Cross cut sewn sets fabric B and C into segments 2 1/2 wide.  You will need 48 total.

Step 3. Assemble four patch blocks as shown. You should have 24.


Step 4. From your Feature Fabric,  fabric A, cut 4 1/2 strips. Then cross cut 4 1/2 squares.


Step 5. Begin assembling the rows, as shown below.
Horizontal Set 1

Horizontal Set 1


 
 
 
Important Note: If your feature fabric is directional, you will have two different sets of four patches and feature fabrics. One set of twelve with the feature fabric on the left, and twelve sets with the feature fabric on the right.

Step 6. Assemble the horizontal rows. Press seams in opposite directions from row to row.
Step 7. Sew the horizontal rows together. Be careful to match the seams.
Step 8. This is what you will have after completing step 7.  Add the inner borders, sewing on the sides first.


Step 8. This is what you will have after completing step 7.  Add the inner borders, sewing on the sides first.
Step 9. Add the outer borders, sewing on the sides first.
Step 10. Add batting and backing. Tie, or quilt as desired. Whatever suits your fancy (or time budget)!
Step 11. Bind as desired.



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I hope you enjoy my super simple pattern!
Perhaps this pattern has been included in your Sourdough Quilt Project fabric kit,
or maybe you have printed it from the web site.
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