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Traditional quilt patterns

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Traditional quilt patterns. Get inspired and try out new things.

Often I get asked “What is modern quilting?” What does it mean to call myself a modern quilt pattern designer? Modern quilting still uses the basics of traditional quilting but I think a modern quilt pattern plays by its own rules. Today I am looking into both Traditional and Modern Quilting to find the differences. You know a modern quilt when you see one! The Modern Quilt Guild defines modern quilting in this way: Modern quilts are primarily functional and inspired by modern design. Modern…

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Today let's look at this fun traditional quilt block called Loop the Loop. I can imagine it pays homage to the old-time barnstormers! After making the block, I can see that I could have it done it differently - be on the look out for version 2.0.

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Hello! My name is Allison Jensen of Woodberry Way and I'm excited to be back in the Bake Shop today with an easy quilt pattern. This one uses Charm squares for a crib quilt, or a Layer Cake for a throw, and is a fun spin on the traditional "Jacob's Ladder" block.

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All the details on my original Golden Lattice quilts and inspiration for the design.

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Longarm Quilting | Three Birds and Stitches Quilting | United States Longarm Quilting Services in Dutchess County

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The flying geese pattern is easy to create, using a rotary cutter and squares and diagonal cuts this part of the pattern goes together in a FLASH!

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Some traditional quilt block designs that I'm looking at using for some new ideas...

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Warp and Weft Patchwork Flying Geese quilt pattern by emily of Quilty Love. Sew up this flying geese stash buster using fat quarters.

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Here we are at the end of another calendar year. I always enjoy looking back at the end of the year to see the big picture of what really happened. Sometimes when I’m in the weeds of daily living, it’s hard to realize – and appreciate – all that was accomplished. The cumulative effect is...Read More

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