Go Vintage or Modern with This Classic Quilt

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It’s Lovely in Any Color Theme!

A vintage block is the basis for this charming quilt. Yellow squares set the blocks off beautifully for a vibrant interpretation.





While the quilt is lovely in vintage fabrics, it will be wonderful in modern prints, too. Alternate the blocks with background squares in your preferred color to make your own version of this easy quilt.

Union Square Quilt Pattern

The fabrics used by the designer are 1800’s reproduction prints (available here while supplies last). However, fabric from just about any era will be lovely in this quilt.

A free pattern is provided for the block. Watch the video below as Kimberly from The Fat Quarter Shop demonstrates how it’s made.

Click here to watch the video on YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.

The finished block is 12″ square. Learn more and see the block in other colors here.

Click here for the free “Union Square” quilt block pattern.

A pattern is available for the full quilt in four sizes:

  • Crib – 36.5″ x 48.5″
  • Lap – 48.5″ x 72.5″”
  • Twin – 60.5″ x 84.5″
  • Queen – 84.5″ x 84.5″

This is block and quilt is part of The Fat Quarter Shop’s “Classic and Vintage” series.

Click here to purchase the “Union Square” quilt pattern.

 

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