Free Pattern: Liberated String Medallion by Gwen Marston


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String quilts are, by their very nature, liberated quilts. Because there’s no set block pattern, every string quilt is an original! Gwen Marston couldn’t resist combining her liberated blocks into a medallion-style layout. The result? A wallhanging with pizazz AND individuality!

This string quilt is made using liberated techniques without foundations.

Have fun making Gwen Marston’s LIBERATED STRING MEDALLION wall-size quilt. Click HERE!

Find more patterns from AQS author Gwen Marston in these books:

Minimal Quiltmaking
Liberated Quiltmaking
Fabric Picture Books
Gwen Marston’s Needlework Designs
Lively Little Folk-Art Quilts: 20 Traditional Projects to Piece & Appliqué
Classic Four-Block Appliqué Quilts
Liberated Quiltmaking II
Liberated Quiltmaking II eBook
Liberated Medallion Quilts
Liberated Medallion Quilts eBook

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This is great, thanks for sharing!

Cindy Hebert


Cindy Hebert


Lovely. Nice colors

Char East

i’m confused, how can you claim a copyright on a method and pattern for a block my grandmother taught me circa 1957. this is the first block/method of quilting i learned and my grandmother chose this because it was the first she learned circa 1906. your quilt is lovely. and the inside setting border is perfect for these blocks.