This hand pieced quilt, Circle of Sisters, was inspired by a vintage quilt from my private collection. Originally made in the 1940-50’s this quilt is bright and happy and full of fun fabrics. I have recreated this new version with modern techniques. Circle of Sisters has been made using a purpose-made acrylic template set (included with the pattern).
Circle of Sisters measures approx. 81″ x 81″ (2.05m x 2.05m)
Finished with a saw-tooth border, this scrappy quilt features 3 different sized Lemoyne Stars pieced so as to give a random appearance. Whilst named after the fabric range the sample is made from, this quilt could easily be made in any colourway from your own fabric stash.
Quilt approx. 58” x 58” (1.47m x 1.47m)
Pattern contains paper templates, or you can use our Lemoyne Star template set.
This is our modern interpretation of a wonderful antique quilt originally made around 1840 for Thomas Sykes, a Quaker from Ohio. Featuring forty-one 10 inch blocks all set on point with varying degrees of difficulty, this quilt is a beautiful hand-piecing project although some blocks are suitable for machine piecing. A terrific family heirloom quilt.
Pattern contains paper templates and comprehensive instructions.
Measures approx. 81″ x 81″ (2.05m x 2.05m).