Evoke a Bygone Era With This Memorable Quilt

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Easy Piecing and Pretty Applique Make a Quilt to Cherish!

Strippy piecing and 1930s reproduction fabrics put the emphasis on the beautiful vining flowers in this quilt. The unexpected curved border and rick rack trim frame the quilt perfectly and add to its sweet personality.

While this quilt is not necessarily difficult to make, you’ll want to take your time with it. Once it’s completed you’ll be rewarded with a quilt to enjoy for many years to come.

Foxglove Manor

The flowers are appliqued and require careful placement. Create them with either fusible or hand applique. The curved border is appliqued, too, making simple work of what could be a tricky project.

The following video shows how to plan, mark and cut a curved border. It’s not hard to do once you understand the process.


The quilt, from designer Cynthia L. Regone, is 72″ x 93″.

Click here to purchase the “Foxglove Manor” quilt pattern.





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