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The Prairie Queen Quilt Block

 

 

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the grids of the prairie queen quilt blockThe Prairie Queen Quilt block is a 9-patch block, as you can see from the grids on the block at the left.  Four of the grids has been further divided by 4-patches, so you can also say this is a 9-patch block that has been further divided into 36 grids.

The Prairie Queen quilting block is not hard to make.  There is a plain square in the center of this block, half square triangles in the corners, and 4-patches on the sides.  These are all beginning quilt blocks.

 

Decide on the side of your patches, and make the units.  Sew them together using good piecing and pressing techniques, and you are done.

 

Here are a few design options:

 

clipart picture of a prairie queen quilt block

clipart picture of a prairie queen quilt block

clipart picture of a prairie queen quilt block

clipart picture of a prairie queen quilt block

clipart picture of a prairie queen quilt block

 

 

 

 

 

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Miniature   <36"
   
Wall Hanging any size
   
Baby

36 x 36 up to 52 x 52

   
Lap

52-68 x 52-78

   
Twin

64-72  x  86-96

   
Full

  70-88  x  88-100

   
Queen

  88-99  x  94-108

   
King

94-108  x  94-108

 

Pre-cut Quilt Squares

 4-Patch Quilt Block

Many beginning quilters like to buy quilt pre-cut quilt squares. While it is convenient, be aware you will need a lot of them. Here is approx how many 4-inch squares you need for the following size quilts without borders.

Crib 168
 
Twin 529
 
Double 624
 
Queen 728
 

 

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