Traditional Colors Create an Elegant Quilt

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Modern Colors Will be Just as Lovely!

Traditional colors reminiscent of times gone by are simply stunning in this wall quilt. It’s perfect for an office, study or just about anywhere around the house, even on a table.

Brighter, more modern fabrics will be lovely in this quilt, too. Dig into your stash and see what you can put together for your own beautiful version.

Gettysburg Revisited Quilt Pattern

Simple blocks are accented perfectly with a sawtooth border made from half-square triangles. While the quilt looks complex, it’s really quite simple to make.

The finished “Gettysburg Revisited” quilt is 39 1/2″ x 39 1/2″. Light and bright hues will make a pretty baby quilt, too.

You’ll find the pattern in the October 2011 issue of Quilter’s World.

Click here to purchase Quilter’s World October 2011.



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