Road to Oklahoma Quilt Pattern

The Road to Oklahoma quilt block is extremely simple to piece and it may be made of scrap materials. Yet when it is set together so that the little dark squares make a continuous path across the quilt, it is charming.

Blocks: Cut a seam larger to finish twelve inches square, or they may be the seamless and finish about ten and one half inches.

Fabric Estimate: These blocks should be 12 inches square (enlarge pattern) and there are 42 blocks for the complete quilt, 21 pieced and 21 plain, which finishes about 72 or 84 inches. It requires 9 yards of materials, 6 of light and 3 of dark. Allow extra for seams on all blocks.

Quilting suggestions: Horn of Plenty is an unusual quilting pattern, or a Feather Circle 10 inches in diameter.

Click on image to print the 5" block of the Road to Oklahoma Quilt Block Pattern.

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