Reproduction Prints Create a Lovely Quilt

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Other Fabric Styles Will Be Great Too!

Two star blocks combine for a lovely quilt to enjoy any time of the year. The example was made up in 1930s reproduction prints for a beautiful and appealing quilt.

Other fabric styles will be wonderful in this quilt, as well. Play with colors and fabric styles to make it your own.

30s Stars Quilt Pattern

The pattern includes instructions for a standard border. You’ll find instructions from the designer for the scalloped border here.

30s Stars Quilt Pattern

The finished quilt, designed by Jessica Dayon, is 86 3/8” x 86 3/8”. Learn more about the quilt here.

Click here for the free “30s Stars Quilt” pattern.

Start with fat quarters to give the quilt a scrappy look and choose complementary colors for the borders. You’ll find a nice selection of 1930s reproduction prints here.


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