The Arkansas Meadow Rose Quilt

by Debby Kratovil

"Beautiful pink wild flowers that dot the meadows of Arkansas fade and die in cold weather...[but are] pictured permanently in a colorful original quilt." Kansas City Star newspaper, October 9, 1935

This lovely pattern, though over 65 years old, remains timeless as its simple country folk art charm speaks to us. Benartex fabrics update this beauty for today's quilter. I chose several fabrics from both the Belle France and Berry Patch collections.

Our lesson is available for you in the Adobe Acrobat Reader format. Please click here for page one which includes the full size templates to make this quilt. Page 2 has the written instructions to help you finish this delightful 44" x 44" quilt.


Page 1 of The Arkansas Meadow Rose

Page 2 of The Arkansas Meadow Rose

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