Shipshewana Scraps

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Shipshewana Scraps Pattern

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Quilting: Shipshewana Scraps
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Shipshewana Scraps Easy and complex blocks
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Quilting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Other

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Pattern Description:

Use your scraps to create this easy, unique quilt based on an antique quilt!

Shipshewana Scraps has patterns for fourteen blocks drafted as close in design to the original quilt as possible but bringing a little order to a true "make do" quilt. Careful thought was given to the block size so the quilt isn't an overwhelming project to put together and you can easily use extra pieces from charm packs, jelly rolls, etc. Also included are instructions for the vintage size blocks if you want to make a bed size quilt and full size drawings for miniature blocks too.

Rotary cutting and piecing instructions for 14 different scrappy blocks in 2 sizes.

Full size block drawings for miniature quilt in 2 sizes.

Pictures of the antique quilt

Layouts for 4 different quilts and inspiration page for an additional quilt.
tips and suggestions for making a scrap "make do" style quilt. 36 pages.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 54" x 64" or 80" x 98"

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About Designer

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Sentimental Stitches
by ssquilt
Michigan - United States
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I've been designing quilt and embroidery patterns since 1981 while working in the family business, Needleart Guild. I grew up surrounded by quilts and quilt making and launched Sentimental Stitches in 1996. I hope you'll visit my web site and blog at www.sentimentalstitches.com to read about My Life in Stitches!

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