Show off 30’s Fabrics in a Quilted Bouquet of Flowers

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This Quilt Will Be Stunning in Modern Fabrics Too!

Sunny flowers made up in 1930s style fabrics star in this farmhouse vintage quilt. Choose small prints and reproduction fabrics to replicate the look.

The large flowers will be stunning in modern fabrics, as well. Coordinate the colors or give your quilt a scrappy look by making every flower different.

1930's Bouquet Quilt

Two accent colors form the centers of each flower. This helps to pull the overall scrappy look together, as does the white background.

This easy quilt, by designer Debra Finan, is ideal for 10″ layer cake squares of your favorite fabrics.

The finished quilt is 66″ x 86″. Add more blocks to make a larger quilt.

Click here to purchase the “1930’s Bouquet” quilt pattern.



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