Use Up Those Scraps On This Lovely Quilt |
Evoke the Past With This Modern Quilt Pattern!
This gorgeous quilt would be beautiful made from fabric scraps. Or, do like designer Liz Porter did and collect reproduction fabrics. Either way it’s sure to be a lovely addition to your home.
The quilt is made up of two block patterns put together, 54-40 or Fight and Shoo Fly. The finished effect reminds us a bit of a Wedding Ring Quilt pattern but without having to sew all those curves. In fact, there is no curved piecing in this quilt at all!
The finished quilt is 115″ x 115″. It would be easy to remove several rows to reduce the size. A smaller version of this patchwork quilt would be lovely used as a lap quilt, wall hanging or draped over a table.
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