vintage quilt blocks
Make a twist on a vintage block. Great idea for repurposing old ties!
Build a village with these fun vintage blocks and in no time you will have a fabulous quilt. Make it by hand or machine, either way, your going to fall in love with these addictive little blocks!
Fly high with these cute vintage airplanes. With their on point formation, they are ready to take off for an adventure! Make them all the same color or specialize your fleet with custom planes. If you love the colorway, check out our kit! Finished quilt size approximately 50″ x 50″ Download the Free Pattern Here!
Betsey's Butterfly was designed with inspiration from a butterfly block that appeared in Aunt Kate’s Quilting Bee, a magazine for quilt lovers that was published by Glenna Boyd of Burleson, Texas, from 1962 until 1979.
Wish upon a star and your dream of a beautiful quilt might come true!
The Kansas City Star was a popular place to find quilt block patterns weekly from 1928 through the mid-1930s. Tori's Triplet block, #7 in the AQS Vintage Block series, was inspired by a Kansas City Star pattern that appeared in 1933.
Here's a fun block to make for all the little guys and gals you know whose names start with T!
Make as many of these 9" blocks as you like to fill your design space with waves of color!
Here's an adorable house block, Nolan's Neighborhood, that can be joined to make a colorful village as large as you like! It's Block #4 in the AQS Vintage Block series.
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