Similar Fabrics from Your Stash Will Be Just as Charming as Repros!
There’s just something about vintage scrappy-look quilts that tug at the heart. They convey such a warm and cozy feel, and evoke nostalgic thoughts of home.
This utterly charming quilt shines with that homey feel. It’s made with reproduction fabrics and is fat-quarter friendly. It will be fun to choose a wide selection of vintage-look fabrics for this project. You may have similar fabrics in your stash that would work, as well.
Kathy, at McCalls Quilting, shares how she discovered this pattern and repro fabrics here. It’s interesting to see a bit of her quilt-making process.
The finished quilt is 72 1/2″ x 84 1/2″, and was designed by Dolores Smith and Sarah Maxwell. You can make it smaller or larger by adjusting the number of rows of star blocks.
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