Timeless Pattern is Just as Beautiful Today as it Was When This Was Made!
This vintage quilt took three generations to complete. Indigo and muslin Variable Star blocks were pieced in about 1900. During the great depression the 25-patch blocks were pieced from a decades old stash. The quilt was finished during the 1940’s.
The quilt, owned by Beth Hayes, is just as beautiful today as it was when it was completed. A pattern has been created so that you can make a replica of this vintage charmer.
Make your own unique version using fabrics from your stash. We love the softly faded blue and white theme, and adore the peaches and pinks mixed in to give it a little zing. But choose fabrics you love to make your own vintage style quilt.
The finished quilt is 68″ x 83″.
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