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Classic Amish Diamond Quilt

By: Molly for purlsoho.com

Classic Amish Diamond Quilt
Classic Amish Diamond Quilt
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Create a simple, but pleasing image to the eye using a long-running tradition among quilters that comes in the tutorial for this Classic Amish Diamond Quilt. One of the most popular traditions in Amish quilting is the central diamond pattern, and as you'll soon see, this free vintage quilt pattern is just as easy as it looks. Easy quilt patterns such as this make beautiful wall hangings or home decor complements due to their striking, clean appearance. Enjoy learning about the quilting of an amazingly talented group of people and add a taste of their tradition to your own quilting.

Project Type: Make a Project

Quilt Size: 22 inches wide x 22 inches long

Time to complete: In an evening

Primary Technique: Pieced

Difficulty Level: Beginner

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I love the simplicity of this quilt pattern.

This simple design will be added to my collection of patterns to learn to sew. I plan to use four fabrics for my project.

I am just learning how to quilt and this looks easy enough for even me! Thank you for sharing!

County Home Patchwork Pillow. Loved it. I would send a picture of mine but don't know how to do that yet. I used a turquoise print, with a light turquoise, dark turquoise, lime green, chocolate brown and dark brown and light brown. A light and dark turquoise basket weave print and finally a chocolate brown. I arranged the squares so they would place diagonally and quilted. The back is the turquoise squares and has a border the same turquoise square fabric. The binding is the multi print. I love the way it turned out and your instructions were very clear and helpful. I plan on making more in many other colors. Thanks for the ideas. I love your web site! I'm on it all the time. Mary from Minnesota.

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