Sunday, August 26, 2012

Red and Green Crib Quilt


This charming early crib quilt is 40 inches by 62 inches. I found this in New Jersey this summer and just love this little flower. So sweet.


Wouldn't it be fun to reproduce?  That is just what I thought.  So I made a simple pattern. I would love to share the pattern with you.

The only way I know how to do that right now is for you to email me that you want the pattern and I can send you a PDF file.

Thanks to a wonderful son, you can now click on the picture at the left and get the PDF pattern. For a 14 inch block increase pattern by 200 percent.


The block is 14 inches finished. Everything is a solid fabric except for the pink, it is a tiny little stripe.  Pretty simple applique. Just think of all the ways you could make this your own design. No copyright here, just go for it!














10 comments:

  1. What a sweet crib quilt. I think it quite interesting the upper right flower being quite different. Very beautiful!

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  2. Lynn a very generous offer from you. I love it but am not an appliqué girl. Wish I was.
    Hope their are plenty that take up your offer.

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    1. Sue it is never too late to learn to applique. I actually find it easier than piecing.

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  3. Lynn what a sweet quilt. I would love a copy of the pattern thank you :-)

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  4. You're willing to share a PDF file of this pattern!?! I'd love it if you could send it to me. I love to applique and this is such a beautiful flower. The quilt is very sweet - what a find!

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  5. I would enjoy your pattern if you would send it. donna.stickovich@yahoo.com
    Thanks!

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  6. Dear Madam: I just found your site today and also learn about "restoration". I am really sorry about the last buy with the blue stains. That must be very frustrating. I love these antique quilts. You are doing a great work collecting them. - Many blessings.

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  7. Thank you for sharing. Such a pretty floral design.

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  8. Thank you Lynn! (Tell you son thanks as well!)

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  9. Thank you Lynn! What a lucky find, so pretty.

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