Baskets Quilt Will Become a Family Heirloom

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Choose “Vintage” or Modern Fabrics to Make This Quilt Uniquely “You”!

The designer of this sweet quilt, Kathy Munkelwitz, used original feed sacks for her version, but  this quilt will be equally lovely in 1930s reproduction fabrics. The pattern is fat quarter friendly so make it as scrappy as you like.

If modern is more your thing, choose somewhat larger scale prints and make it as fun and colorful as you want.

Click here to purchase the “Pinwheel Baskets” quilt pattern.

When selecting fabrics, keep an eye on value (light to dark) so that the flowers are all about the same. Choose one unifying fabric for all the baskets and and a similar fabric for the inner border.

We like the contrast between the dark blue baskets and softer flowers, and can easily imagine this quilt made with other color combinations, as well (mint green baskets come to mind!).

Pinwheel Baskets Quilt Pattern

Simple piecing is used to create the baskets and pinwheel flowers, while applique flower blocks add interest between the baskets. They combine to make a lovely quilt that your family will cherish for generations.

The finished quilt is 76″ x 91″.

Click here to purchase the “Pinwheel Baskets” quilt pattern.


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