Rock Island Campfires: String Pieced Fat Quarter Friendly Quilt

Quilt by Marianne Fons. Machine quilted by Debbie Treusch
Rock Island Campfires: String Pieced Fat Quarter Friendly Quilt

This quilt pattern from our July/August issue is a throw size quilt pattern featuring string piecing which allows you to use as few or as many fabrics as you wish in each string portion of the quilt blocks. Our Sew Easy lesson and our video on will help you get your string pieced squares just right. This quilt is fat quarter friendly.

Size: 62" × 74"
Blocks: 30 (10") blocks

  • Rock Island Campfires Digital Pattern
  • Master Class Quilting DVD Bundle
  • Rating: Intermediate

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    Rock Island Campfires
    I saw this episode, #2213, this morning on my PBS station. Could you tell me the name of the book on antique quilts that you mentioned that has this pattern in it. It was a quilt made in 1895 by a lady named Pamona and daughter Bertha. I would like to read the story about her quilt. I love the Rock Island Campfires quilt that you made. I have one of your older magazines,"Sew Many Quilts," 1998, March/April, PP 42 - 43, called "Strips and Strings." That pattern was made and hanging in a quilt shop in Liberty, Mo. it was beautiful and is just a coincidence that I startged making this pattern in July of this year. I was very happy to see the #2213 episode. Thank you!! Love your program, magazines, & antique quilts. Pat


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