Lucky Four Patch Gallery

Supply List for Lucky Four Patch pattern
Finished size 48" (122cm) square

Fabrics needed:
Assorted darks (greens) totaling approx. 1 ½ yds. for 256 squares, cut 2 ½”
Assorted lights (printed muslins, WOWs) totaling approx. 1 ¾ yds. for 320 squares, cut 2 ½”
¾ yd each of two different prints of a contrast fabric (gold) for bias strips (small clover leaf, large clover leaf)
Backing – 1 ½ yds. (could be pieced from scraps)
Binding – make from dark scraps!
Bias bars for sewn bias, or 1/4” (6mm) fusible tape maker or 3/8” (9mm) fusible tape maker and 5mm fusible web for fusible bias.

Here's the original Lucky Four Patch quilt, as shown in Irish Quilting magazine's first issue in 2010.

Color picture of quilt from magazine.

Scarlett uses Electric Quilt to design most of her quilts. The Lucky Four Patch is a versatile pattern that was fun to try in different colorways. Here are more EQ6 layouts that Scarlett created to show what wonderful color combinations can be used for this pattern.

Purple version of the Lucky Four Patch pattern.

Here's a purple, turquoise and cream colorway of the Lucky Four Patch pattern. Still done very scrappy, just by changing the three colors chosen for the quilt.

Black, red and yellow version of the Lucky Four Patch pattern.

Again, with just changing the fabrics, Scarlett drew up this black, red & yellow version of the Lucky Four Patch.

Lucky Four Patch with corner clovers.

Here's the same colorway as the sample quilt, but this EQ6 version has the corner clovers added in, so you can see what the quilt would look like with more bias appliqued.

Small blues version of the Lucky Four Patch pattern.

For a smaller project, here are four blocks set together with all the corner clovers appliqued. It was done in EQ6 with blues and printed muslins.

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