Give This Classic Quilt Traditional Colors or Mix It Up for a More Modern Look!
This special quilt is made up of two blocks in a log cabin layout. The end result is a lovely spin on a traditional quilt that is sure to be passed down through your family.
Make it up in the beautiful colors shown here, or give it your own touch by choosing a different color combination. A limited palette unifies the overall design and gives it a classic look. However, this will be a beautiful quilt even if you decide to mix it up.
Quilt by Lyn King.
Quilt by Fiona McKenzie.
“This version of my Heritage pattern was made by 25 quilters from the Independence Hall Quilt Guild in Arnold, CA. Each year the guild makes a scholarship quilt. The guild donates ALL of the ticket sales to the local high school scholarship fund to assist graduating seniors with their continuing education. It is such a worthy cause. The girls did a fantastic job on this quilt. ” – Lynn Wilder
The pattern, by Lynn Wilder of Sew’n Wild Oaks, will produce a finished quilt that’s 93″ X 93″.
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