Use Civil War reproduction fabrics in classic quilt blocks such as Log Cabin or Churn Dash blocks, whimsical appliqué blocks, or strip-pieced rows.
To re-create this bed quilt in Civil War reproduction fabrics choose an allover dark print for the border and assorted fall tones for the strips. The border and background print is from the Ravenwood collection by Jo Morton for Andover Fabrics; the center strip fabrics are from a variety of Jo Morton collections.
Stars in two colors team up for a patriotic wall quilt that incorporates red, navy, cream, and olive green reproduction prints. Fabrics are from Jeanne Horton's American Spirit 1880-1910 collection for Windham Fabrics.
Use Civil War reproduction fabrics in deep, warm tones to create house and Log Cabin blocks with a hearthside look. Fabrics are from Jo’s Jamestown collection by Jo Morton for Andover Fabrics.
Combine piecing and appliqué to create a row of house blocks for a welcoming wall quilt. Fabrics include a variety of small-scale reproduction prints from the Bread & Butter collection by Kaye England for Wilmington Prints.
Marry past and present by piecing a table topper quilt with Civil War reproduction prints. An unlikely plaid creates an abstract circular illusion around the center Kaleidoscope block. Chose high-contrast prints for the asymmetrical border to make a scrappy quilt. Fabrics are from the Stafford County collection by Jo Morton for Andover Fabrics.
Stitch a warm and welcoming wall quilt with reproduction Civil War prints and homespuns. Fabrics are from various collections by Jo Morton for Andover Fabrics.
Give a wall hanging a controlled scrappy look by using one background fabric for each vertical row of Flying Geese. Fabrics are from the Cambridge and Sturbridge Village Greens collections, both by Judie Rothermel for Marcus Fabrics.
Mix a variety of Civil War reproduction prints to produce a scrappy table topper. The multicolor palette of the Four-Patch and Flying Geese units allows for year-round display.