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Well known for her Celtic knotwork designs for applique, sashiko, embroidery and quilting, Scarlett also enjoys designing delightful scrap quilts based on traditional patterns. She brings a unique ...

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Celtic Plaid

from Scarlett Rose's Celtic & More
(7) Name: 'Quilting : Celtic Plaid
Celtic Plaid Plaid with fussy cut floral print
Celtic Plaid Plaid with Print center block
Celtic Plaid Pieced block plaid
Celtic Plaid Plaid with inkjet printed fabric

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic machine piecing

Pattern Description:

This 40" square wallhanging features four 16" blocks that are made with a combination of machine piecing and hand or machine applique with bias tape. The pieced block pattern is known as Bright Hopes or Patience Corners, a traditional pieced design that Scarlett enhanced with bias tape applique. The center square of the block can be a fussy cut print, inkjet printed fabric, another small pieced block or an embroidered block. The bias tape can be all one color or multiple colors of tape, your choice.

An easy design to do with bias tape, it creates a unique plaid look and can be customized depending on your fabric choices! Links have been provided in the pattern to recommended videos with detailed instructions on how to make bias tape using several popular methods.

Resize this quilt by making more blocks for a larger wallhanging or any bed size quilt.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 40" square wallhanging


  • 1 yd of print fabric for background strips around center squares
  • 1/2 yd or more of a large scale print for center squares of blocks (depending on motifs)
  • 1/2 yd of fabric each of two prints (for bias, if making your own) or two rolls of readymade bias
  • 1 yd of print for border and binding
  • 1 1/4 yd of fabric for backing

You Will Also Need:

  • 50" square of batting
  • Bias tape making tools if you are making your own bias tape

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