This Quilt is a Beautiful Use for Reproduction Scraps
February 15, 2019 |
| Quilt Ideas
It Will be Lovely in Modern Fabrics, Too!
Reproduction feedsack prints have long been favorites for today’s quilters. Consequently, you may already have scraps on hand for this beautiful quilt. If not, select a nice combination of fat eighths or fat quarters, the more the merrier.
The quilt’s design is so pretty in 1930s reproduction fabrics. A beautiful blue unifies the quilt, but whatever color you prefer will be just as lovely.
A more modern interpretation will be wonderful, too. Choose the colors and fabric styles you like best for your version.
The finished quilt, designed by Holly Daniels, is 59 1/2″ x 59 1/2″.
You’ll find the instructions for “Mama’s Scrap Basket” in Farmhouse-Style Quilting.
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