Our local quilt group was asked to make a raffle quilt to benefit the township’s historical society’s projects. Several of our group had already learned about a nice block called the “Disappearing Four Patch.” Click here to view a helpful tutorial showing how to make the block. I combined this block set on point and another pattern by Lori Smith called “Autumn Trails“. This is the quilt we made:
We decided to use a single fabric for the setting triangles and the border applique background. We decided to use fusible web and a small zig-zag edge stitch to applique the border trees and animals and cabins, etc. Here some of the border pieces after the zig-zag stitching was completed:
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I used Hobbs 80/20 batting and Superior’s So Fine! #50 #434 MISTY BLUE thread for the long arm machine quilting.