Quilting trends may come and go, but one thing is certain: red-and-white quilts will always be popular.
Last month we published a really interesting article called “The (Slightly) Shady History of Red & White Quilts” that was taken from Deborah Roberts’ introduction to Red & White Quilting by Linda Pumphrey; you can read the article here. We also published Linda’s tips for working with red and white fabrics in one quilt, which you can read here.
These articles reminded us that a few years ago we published a free pattern called Infinite Possibilities, based on a quilt designed by John Kubiniec and named in honor of the influential “Infinite Variety” quilt exhibit that took place in New York City in March 2011. This classic drunkard’s path quilt pattern is a wonderful way to master curved machine piecing. The original bed-size quilt designed by John Kubiniec was featured in the McCall’s Quilting March/April 2013 issue.
If you get bit by the red-and-white quilt bug as a result, you’ll definitely want to check out Red & White Quilting, which is available both in print and eBook editions. You’ll also want to take a look at the Red & White Quilts eBook that includes three Quiltmaker patterns.