Designed by: Michele Foster
Pattern code: A4A-128
Finished size: 50″ x 60″ without borders or 62″ x 72″ with borders
Skill level: Beginner
Pattern Format: PDF file (download and save instantly)
Price: $10.00 (USD)
Urban Neighbourhoods is a really fun block to put together. You can use fat quarters, fat eights, jelly roll strips or an assortment of scraps that measure 2½” high.
- Assorted prints or solids: 12 fat quarters, or 30 fat eights, or one jelly roll (2½” strips, or assorted scraps that measure 2½” in height).
- ⅝ yard contrast fabric (white in the drawings).
- ½ yard for inner border, if desired.*
- 1 yard for outer border, if desired.*
- ½ yard for binding.
- 54″ x 64″ batting without borders or 66″ x 76″ without borders.
- 4 yards backing fabric without borders or 4½ yards with borders.
- General sewing and quilting supplies (i.e. rotary cutter, mat, sewing machine, piecing thread).
* Border measurements are exact. Add additional yardage if you need to square-up your fabric.
For my quilt, I am using a fat eighth bundle of Windermere designed by Brenda Riddle for Moda Fabrics.
This quilt design, tutorial and photos are copyright Michele Foster of Aiming for Accuracy Pattern Co. Please respect copyright and do not copy the tutorial or republish it, for free or for sale, in print or online. You may use this tutorial for your own personal use to create products for free or for sale. However, please credit Michele Foster of Aiming for Accuracy Pattern Co. for the design. No mass production is allowed.