The finished quilt I am featuring in today's post was purchased at an estate auction in Pepin Wisconsin probably more than 10 years ago now.
The quilt has got some really great fabrics. I am thinking 30's and 40's fabrics. Some are feed sacks.
How about those yellow setting squares. I know that was yardage as there was some of that in the fabric box I bought at the same auction. It is only 36" wide.
Finally a view of the full quilt. Sorry it was very over cast on picture day. This quilt is a summer quilt, meaning it has either a very light blanket or a flannel sheet for the filling. It is hand quilted in the ditch. I believe the quilt was never used. I remember that it smelled like the cedar chest when I bought it. When the blocks are put together the way these are, it is refered to as Joseph's Necktie (388,394). I hope you enjoyed this bright cheery quilt today.
Here is a sneak peek at number 602. I am working on the tutorial for this block. I was also thinking this would make a great quilt along for those who need to work on perfecting their 1/4" seam allowances. Any input or suggestions would be great for planning. I know that a wonky version of this block was just done as a quilt along on quilt dad's blog, but mine will give exact measurements.