How To Sew A Four Patch Quilt Block
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"A four patch quilting block is a basic unit in quilting. It is made up of four square pieces in two different colors. The colors are placed diagonally to each other. Four patches can be any size, and can be used alone as a block or as part of the pattern of a larger piece. Learn to make four patches today with this easy step by step tutorial with lots of pictures AND video for visual learners."
Project TypeLearn a Technique
Quilt Size4 inches wide x 4 inches long
Time to CompleteIn an evening
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