Sidewalk Chalk Pattern by Meghan of Then Came June.
The Sidewalk Chalk Quilt Pattern is an improv inspired pattern without actually doing improv piecing. It is an easy to construct pattern that looks random while still maintaining a uniform look. A great beginner pattern for someone who wants a fast finish while learning a more complicated block, the half rectangle triangle. The pattern can easily be made in a weekend!
This pattern requires beginner quilting knowledge. The pattern assumes quilter has knowledge of basic piecing and can use consistent 1/4" seam allowances.
The pattern requires yardage.
The paper copy is a A5 booklet printed in color and on 80# weight paper with a saddle stitch binding. It comes in a resealable poly bag.
Pattern is for one person use only. Do not copy, redistribute or sell.
You may sell quilts made using this pattern on a small independent scale. Please credit the quilt pattern to Then Came June.
Last quilt and photo by Evie Jespersen of @evquilts. Her quilt is a great example of making it slightly scrappy.