16th and Baltimore: Block 4

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16th and Baltimore: Block 4 Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




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Skill Level:

advanced skill level requirement Expert

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • sew a quarter inch seam
  • use a rotary cutter
  • applique in the method of your choice

Pattern Description:

We are modern traditionalists! We used to live outside of Baltimore, a city known for its quilting prowess and historic Baltimore Album quilts. Now, we live on 16th Street in the bustling metropolis of Lincoln, Nebraska. A little bit of a culture shift, maybe, but the love of quilting is nationwide!
16th and Baltimore is a modern riff on the traditional Baltimore Album style of quilt. Each block has heavy applique, but also features a little bit of modern diagonal piecing in the background. It's modern traditionalism at its best; welcome to 16th and Baltimore!
Block 4 features a blush magnolia and bashful feathery astilbes.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 18" x 18", Block 4 of 16


  • Background: 1/2 yard
  • Background Accent: 1/8 yard
  • Magnolia Light Cream: scraps or 6" x 12" piece
  • Magnolia Medium Cream: scraps or a fat 1/8th
  • Magnolia Dark Cream: scraps or 6" x 12" piece
  • Assorted Limes: scraps or 4" square
  • Assorted Pinks: scraps totaling a fat 1/8th
  • Assorted Greens: scraps totaling a fat quarter
  • Copper: scraps or 6" x 12" piece
  • Cream: 6" x 12" piece

You Will Also Need:

  • rotary cutter
  • ruler
  • applique supplies
  • 3/8" bias tape maker

About Designer

About Designer

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One calm day in Southeastern Nebraska, the phrase, ?I have an idea!? was uttered. Normally this leads to some explosion in quilty creativity, but this particular time it was more than that: it was the idea that a dynamic mother-daughter duo should go into the quilting business together.

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