We’re back with another pattern in our Classic & Vintage series, the Prairie Queen Quilt! In our Classic & Vintage series, we focus on traditional quilt blocks and add a modern twist! The Prairie Queen block is created by piecing multiple squares together with half-square triangles while choosing colors carefully! This technique provides a unique effect repeated throughout the quilt. You’ll be able to make these blocks using Triangles On A Roll paper, so you have some help along the way and you won’t believe how quickly you’ll be sewing up this quilt!
Our complete Prairie Queen quilt pattern gives instructions for making crib, lap, twin and queen-sized quilts. The block finishes at 12 1/2″ x 12 1/2.” To make a quilt just like ours, we have the Prairie Queen Quilt Kit available! You’ll also want to pick up to matching backing set.
If you’re ready to sew along with us, download your FREE Prairie Queen block pattern and your low-cost Prairie Queen Quilt Pattern, then watch Kimberly’s video tutorial for a step-by-step guide on making your block! Kimberly shows you how to make accurate half-square triangles from Triangles On A Roll paper, making this quilt block a cinch.
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Who’s Quilting Along?
We have some wonderful quilty friends who pioneered their own versions of the Prarie Queen Block to show us how it’s done. Click on each photo to see it in detail.