Create a Beautiful Reproduction Civil War Quilt

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It Will be Wonderful in Modern Colors and Fabrics, Too!

This gorgeous quilt was inspired by quilts made during the Civil War. Reproduction fabrics “represent fabrics available during the first year of the Civil War including men’s clothing, small florals in a repeat pattern, seed bags, and sometimes old uniforms from soldiers who had died.”

The quilt was made as a raffle quilt by the Valley Forge Homestead Quilt Guild and quilted by Jackie from Silver Forest Quilts. Learn more about their beautiful quilt here.

1862 Battle Hymn Quilt Pattern

1862 Battle Hymn Quilt Pattern

The “1862 Battle Hymn” quilt pattern, by Barbara Brackman for Moda, can take on many personalities. The basic nine-patch block can be colored many ways, giving each variation a whole new look. Learn more about the block and see variations here.

1862 Battle Hymn Quilt Pattern

Traditional colors are simply wonderful in the quilt. The following version was quilted by Treasured Memories Quilting and was pieced by Mary. See more of the quilt here.

1862 Battle Hymn Quilt Pattern

Play with color and value to make your own rendition. It will be stunning, whether you use modern colors and fabrics or Civil War reproductions.

The pattern produces a quilt that is 64″ x 82″.

Click here for the free “1862 Battle Hymn” quilt pattern.


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