Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Almost Amish Finale

Cut 24 green 1 1/2"x 6 1/2"
Layout your blocks, cornerstones and sashing as shown above. All 9 of the blocks are the same just 4 of them are rotated. Sew and press. 

Be sure to take time to enjoy and admire your work! Hang the quilt up and admire it from afar! The pattern really shines when looked at from that way. 



I used a hera marker and cross hatched with black thread!!


Be sure to attach a label.

Here is the vintage inspiration. 

Thanks for sewing along!! In another week I'll add a linky so we can see all of your lovely quilts.

12 comments:

  1. Sweet! Do you know approximately where the vintage inspiration quilt was made?

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  2. It's a beautiful quilt -- and your colors are outstanding!

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  3. What a charming quilt! I am always drawn to the stark and striking simplicity of Amish quilts...I have Amish relatives in Ohio so this is in my blood! The quilting in black thread puts the frosting on the cake!

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  4. Oooooh I love your quilt !!
    Thank you for this wonderful SAL !! I'm going to cut my strips !!

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  5. I wondered how we would use the green, and now I know - this is so pretty! I'm still making my nine patch blocks - guess I'd better get to work! Thank you, Lori!

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  6. this came out so well--I like how it does shine..great job hugs, Julierose

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  7. Nice! Good interpretation of the original.

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  8. I can't wait to finish and see how my colors work out. Thank you for a fun fall mini quilt!

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  9. Thanks for doing this for us. It has turned out really lovely.

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  10. What a fun little quilt and so perfectly "Almost Amish!" Great colors! Loved seeing the quilt that was your inspiration.

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  11. Your Almost Amish is so pretty! The inspiration quilt looks to be in good condition for it's age. 'Working on finishing mine up for the link party.

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