Tartan Quilt Pattern - 81" x 81"
As seen in Modern Patchwork Winter 2016!
Wouldn't you just love to make this Tartan Quilt? Tartan weaves, also known as plaids, originated hundreds of years ago and were used to make blankets and clothing. Today, tartans remain at the height of popularity, so much so, that it seems fitting to commemorate them in our era of modern quilting. The basic construction method used for this 81’’ x 81’’ modern tartan quilt is strip cutting and strip piecing. Although complicated in appearance, this quilt comes together with relative ease. This sample is made using a cherry palette of Kona Cotton Solids and Essex Linens by Robert Kaufman Fabrics. The color selections used are listed in the pattern.
This listing is for one, nine page, 8 1/2'' x 11'' .pdf (electronic) pattern, available for immediate download so you can get started on it right away! The pattern contains a cover page, three pages of written instructions and five pages of illustrations to guide you along the way. It is suitable for an intermediate level quilter.
As soon as your payment is received, you will receive an email with a link to download the file directly to your computer. You'll still need to fill in your name and snail mail address on the purchase form however.
You have three attempts to download the pattern so be sure that you save it to your computer. If you have any trouble with downloading, reducing or enlarging or with sewing, please let me know and I'll be happy to help as much as I can.
Please note that this pattern is for individual use and is not to be used for making items to sell.