This Stunning Quilt is Full of Old World Charm

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Take Your Time and be Rewarded with an Heirloom Quilt!

This stunning quilt is named for a St. Augustine, Florida landmark. The intricate design reminds us of the beautiful wrought iron scrolling that you find throughout the city.

We love the red and black fabrics chosen by Paula Barnes, the designer of this masterpiece. Notice the lovely border stripe used for the sashing.

Old City Gates Quilt Pattern

While the red is stunning, this will be just as lovely in other colors as well. We can imagine it made up in just about any other color and black. Or, change the black to something else and give it a whole new look. Start with a pretty fabric for the border and build the palette from there.

The intricate design isn’t hard to make but will require accurate cutting and piecing. Take your time and you’ll be rewarded with a quilt your family will cherish for many years to come.

The finished quilt is 81″ x 81″.

Click here to purchase the “Old City Gates” quilt pattern.



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