Make Your Own Version of a Lovely Vintage Quilt |
Change the Featured Colors to Make This Uniquely Yours!
This beautiful scrap quilt was made by Emma Mary Breford Schumacher, most likely during the 1940’s. She used feedsacks and dressweight fabrics.
Make your own version with modern construction methods. The pattern has been simplified for rotary cutting, machine piecing and fusible applique.
Choose a variety of fabrics from your stash to stitch into half-square triangles and then combine for the blocks.
Select one fabric to showcase in the center circles and cornerstones, and second one for the sashing and border. The soft yellow and red used here are beautiful together, but choose your favorite colors for an equally lovely quilt.
The finished quilt is 86 ½̋ x 98 ½̋.
Learn more about this beautiful quilt here.
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