A Classic Quilt to Cherish for Many Years to Come
November 22, 2017 |
| Quilt Ideas
Give an Old Favorite a Fresh New Look!
Traditional blocks in 1930s reproduction fabrics are so pretty in this charming quilt. The prairie point edging is the perfect finish.
The body of the quilt is made entirely from Sawtooth Star blocks, adding to its old fashioned appeal. Clever color placement creates pinwheels where the blocks meet.
We love the scrappy look achieved with a wide variety of fabrics. The quilt will be just as lovely with a coordinated color theme.
Once completed, the quilt designed by Kathy Munkelwitz is 89“ x 104″ not including the prairie points.
You’ll find the pattern for the “Feedsack Favorites: Pretty 1930s Queen Size Quilt Pattern” included in the September/October 2015 issue of McCall’s Quilting.
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