Disappearing four patch

Collection by Donna Goodwin


Quilt block

Donna Goodwin
Disappearing 4 patch tutorial. Uses 5" charm squares. There are heaps of different possibilities for this quilt. 2 or 3 colours or scrappy. Really fun and easy.

next part of D4P tutorial

In the previous post I started the D4P tutorial... the 4 charm squares were sewn together into a 4 patch... then with 4 cuts it became a 9 patch (9 pieces)... I used 3 different fabrics instead of 2 fabrics... (google for disappearing 4 patch tutorial) next is my method of finishing... leave the 4 outside squares as they are... move the center outside sections as follows: left to the right and the right to the left top to the bottom and the bottom to the top then turn the center square 180…

I made this quilt using two layer cakes from Primitive Gatherings, by Moda. This is a dissappearing four patch. Makes a nice masculine quilt!

I made this quilt using two layer cakes from Primitive Gatherings, by Moda. This is a dissappearing four patch. Makes a nice masculine quilt!

Disappearing Four Patch {a tutorial}

After showing my latest baby quilt top, some of you asked how to make the disappearing four patch blocks. So I decided to create a little tutorial. My version uses 5″ squares, so it works g…

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{Sisters and Quilters}: Fabulous Customer Sharing Day Disappearing 4 Patch (I think)

Fabulous Customer Sharing Day

These first two fabulous quilts belong to Kris Allen. She has made some amazing quilts. This quilt is from the Grow With Me Fabric Collection by Deb Strain. Kris named her quilt Life's Ups and Downs. She found the pattern from the book Quilt It With Love: The Project Linus Story. Kris has a wonderful blog if you want to catch up with her and tell her how much you love her quilts! CLICK HERE We just love this quilt! This is from one of our favorite fabric collections from Art Gallery called…

Disappearing four patch quilt top all done! Fabric is Oh Deer by Momo for Moda.

Oh Deer returns *gasp*

I bet you thought you were never going to hear about this quilt again, right?! I certainly didn't think you would. Having got about half the blocks done I had decided that it was officially the worst quilt I had ever tried to make and gave up on it. The wedding that it was intended for came and went. We all realised that I am *rubbish* at quilting to deadlines. Deerly beloved, we are gathered here today ... But look - all of sudden last week I thought I might sew up a few of the blocks. And…

Kate's Quilting (and other arty stuff): More disappearing four patches

More disappearing four patches

So, I took the block lotto idea, and decided to use it to get rid of a few more scraps - this time I used pre-cut 5 inch squares in browns and blues. I had intended to make 12 for a small quilt, but when I went to sew them together, I realised I had made 13, so I set them on point instead and used a very old piece of brown calico someone had given me for the setting triangles. I will add a small border to it in the same brown, then send it along to a friend for her group to turn into a…