Quilts Made from 1930s Reproduction Fabrics
A soft, buttery yellow teamed with solid white in this bed-size quilt provides the perfect background for the bright '30s print appliqués.
Life's a Picnic
Reproduction 1930s prints are showcased in a traditional star pattern. A pieced binding reinforces the "use it up" sensibility of the era.
Big on Tradition
Pair rows of trapezoids to get the look of hexagons in a throw of 1930s reproduction prints.
Get out your scraps of feed sack and 1930s reproduction prints. The 1-inch squares in this throw are ideal for even the smallest pieces.
1930’s Rail Fence Wall Hanging
Use cheerful 1930s reproduction prints in a delightful wall hanging. To bring a little calm to the many small prints, choose mottled prints for the triangle-squares.
1930s Scrappy Wall Hanging
Combine solid white, black-and-white prints, and pastels to create a wall hanging with a checkerboard look.
Spring Garden Wall Hanging
Plant a garden of floral Square-in-a-Square blocks using sweet 1930s reproduction prints. Let white sashing represent the picket fence.
Learn a simpler way to assemble a star point unit: Piece three triangles and trim them into a square.
Reproduction Baskets Quilt
Surround basket blocks with a scrappy, pieced border, all in 1930s reproduction prints.
Showcase bits of 1930s reproduction fabrics in an easy-to-handle quilt that's the ideal size for a stroller.
Scrappy Charm Squares
Stitch a scrappy table topper out of precut 5" squares of 1930s reproduction prints.
Circle Upon Circle
Perfect for practicing curved piecing, this quilt features an Improved Nine-Patch block, a design that became popular in the early 1930s. It includes a vibrant mix of colors and prints.
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.
Combine machine appliqué and machine piecing to produce this lively quilt featuring 1930s reproduction prints.
1930s-Inspired Wall Hanging
Give a new quilt old-fashioned appeal with 1930s prints. Showcase quilting designs in the light areas of the wall hanging.
Solids and prints play off each other in this reproduction-fabrics throw, which showcases a new interpretation of the Chrysanthemum block. The crisp white background directs attention straight to the angular blocks.
Curved Appliqué Table Runner
What looks like intricate curved piecing on this table runner isn't actually piecing, but rather curved appliqués.
Scrappy Granny Squares
If you're hooked on the look of crochet, here's how to get it with fabric rather than yarn. Craft each scrappy block from strip-pieced squares in six 1930s reproduction prints.