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4 Patches on the Diagonal

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Please note: These instructions are untested as I have NOT yet made my quilt. Read over them carefully before beginning and please email me with any questions.

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How about a RWB version?

RWB 4 Patches on the diiagonal

Here’s a Christmas version Jackie made … Note how she got a second light diagonal line by rotating her 4 patches in the block.

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10 comments on “4 Patches on the Diagonal

  1. nellie on said:

    i would like to thank you for all your great tutorials and patterns

  2. This looks like a good stash buster.

  3. Sarah Souza on said:

    Wonderful site.I love specially the log cabin that is on the top of this page.
    I’m from Brasil, and a friend indicate your site to me.
    Thanks for everithing.
    Kisses and hugs,
    Sarah

  4. Thank you so much for this wonderful pattern. I love scrapquilts. And this this one is really a “must have” quilt.
    Renate from Geermany

  5. Mary – Kay — thank you thank you thank you — have been looking for quilts to use up some of my many scraps — your quilts are beautiful and Iwill try this one this week end and this one is especially nice.

  6. Love the scrappy look of this. I’ve made one with plain blocks where your HST’s are and I loved the way it looked. I’ve got some HST’s and this would be a perfect pattern for using some up. Thanks!!

  7. elfriede on said:

    hello mary, thanks for the 4 ptches quilt. that the templates I like, so I can make it with all my scraps.
    have a good day
    much greetings elfriede from österreich

  8. bingobonnie on said:

    Mary I just finished wrapping up my latest swap where we swapped scrappy 4-patches… and I’m going to share the link to this pattern with all of my ladies. I know several of them already have plans for theirs as this is a VERY Versatile unit that Bonnie Hunter uses often in her patterns…

    Can you believe that just a few weeks ago I had over 4,000 scrappy 4-patches across my guest bed? yep… 33 swappers! :) and there are already plans to have an ongoing scrappy 4 patch swap for next year! :P

    Love the dark colors mixed up within your pattern. I have new to me EQ and will hope to download your file. Thanks for sharing! Love from Texas! ~bonnie

  9. I started this just cause I like the looks of it. I got one block together and a few others cut out. It is a nice easy flow pattern. I’m not supposed to be starting anything new till I do a few ufo’s but couldn’t resist. I’ll do them as leaders/enders as I work the UFOs. That’ll be legal, right? LOL
    Thanks for the tutorial.

  10. Mary-Kay on said:

    This looks like a great pattern. I was going to use another one the required 4 4-patches but I’ll get it done faster if I use 2 4-patches and 2 solid squares instead.

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