Interestingly, I get a lot of mail about this quilt. It must be on a boatload of Pinterest boards, but the pattern for this quilt has gone missing. It was originally published in a national magazine, but in searching for it (my old link to the pattern is kaput), it seems to have disappeared. The original was in a lot of different colors, but my friend Rhonda chose to make it in red and white for a class she was teaching seven years ago. I liked hers so well, I made one of my own. The original pattern was an 8″ block, but I made the pattern to finish at 7 1/2″ (mostly so I could get it all on one page).
Since it’s not my pattern, and it’s disappeared and I get a lot of mail about it, I decided to draw it up in my QuiltPro software, rework it in Affinity Publisher software, and have it here for you for download:
It’s not really a pattern, but more a loose set of instructions. It’s meant to be a scrappy quilt, but I did include a yardage chart if you are using three reds, and a white.
So you don’t go away empty-handed, if you’re not interested in a two-color quilt, here’s a chart that came to me in a Guild newsletter. It shows how much yardage is in a particular precut, and what that costs per yard.