Quilts Made of 1930s Reproduction Fabrics
Whether you prefer classic basket blocks or want to get the look of curved piecing without the effort, you’ll like this collection of free quilt patterns featuring 1930s reproduction fabrics.
1930s Scrappy Wall Hanging
Combine solid white, black-and-white prints, and pastels to create a wall hanging with a checkerboard look. Fabrics are from the Everything But the Kitchen Sink collection by RJR Fabrics.
Reproduction Baskets Quilt
Surround basket blocks with a scrappy, pieced border, all in 1930s reproduction prints. These 1930s reproduction prints are from the Feedsack and Toybox II collections, both by Sara Morgan for Blue Hill Fabrics.
Scrappy Charm Squares
Stitch a scrappy table topper out of precut 5-inch squares of 1930s reproduction prints. Fabrics are from the Aunt Grace collection by Judie Rothermel for Marcus Fabrics.
Curved Appliqué Table Runner
Get the look of curved piecing by layering curved appliqués atop an easy-to-make foundation block.
Red, blue, and yellow 1930s reproduction prints look as fresh today as they did when they were new. Combine primary prints with the classic basket block for a timeless throw.
1930s Doll Quilt
Rotate triangle-squares in various directions to create an overall diamond pattern in a doll quilt. The array of feed sack prints is held together visually by the use of a single solid blue fabric.
1930s-Inspired Wall Hanging
Give a new quilt old-fashioned appeal with 1930s prints from the Momma's Apron Strings collection by RJR Fabrics and Hints of Prints 4 by Darlene Zimmerman for Robert Kaufman Fabrics. Showcase quilting designs in the light areas of the wall hanging.