A Strip & A 4 Patch
If you thought you’ve stitched the easiest block ever, you’re wrong. I found a super simple and unique quilt that everyone will want to stitch up once they see it.
It’s called the “four patch frenzy” and it’s basically just a 4 patch and a strip of fabric. No really, that’s it. Jenny from Missouri Star Quilt Company stitched this up in her video tutorial.
The Easiest Block Ever
This block may be one of the easiest blocks I have ever done. All you need to do is gather some strips and make some 4 patches, connect them together, and your block is done.
Continue to make blocks, keeping the 4 patches uniform but switching up the strips as you go, alternating between a few different colors.
To arrange it, all you’ve gotta do is put the 4 patches opposite one another when you lay the strips next to each other. Mix up the colors of the strips to add a little flavor, and your quilt top is done!
With a little help from some batting, a backing piece of fabric, any borders you’d want, and some stitching, you’re quilt is completely done. It’s as easy as that!
Watch Jenny’s video below to get a closer look of how to do it, and give it a try yourself. Good luck!