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Mackintosh Rose. Applique Panel for the Arts & Craft Home. Tile Quilt technique. Modern Pattern by Barbara Brackman. PDF Instant Download

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Mackintosh Rose. An Applique Panel or Wall Quilt for the Arts & Craft Home. Modern Pattern adapted from Charles Rennie Mackintosh's signature Glasgow Rose. 14" x 32"

Georgann Eglinski stitched the model.

You get an 8 page pattern printed on 8-1/2" x 11" sheets. Full-size pattern pieces and diagrams.
$5 for the PDF instant download. If you'd rather receive a paper pattern through the mail see this link:

https://www.etsy.com/listing/501092173/mackintosh-rose-applique-panel-for-the?ref=shop_home_active_1

The applique is done in Tile Quilt technique but could also be stitched in Stained-Glass Applique technique.
Tile Quilt technique is a simple, traditional method in which the pieces are turned under and stitched down to reveal the dark background. It's sort of like a crazy quilt but the background shows through as dark lines---Arts & Crafts style.

The applique pieces range from large to small and there is one applique stitch involved so an ambitious beginner could do this small piece.

Barbara Brackman is a quilt historian known for her reproductions of arts and crafts fabrics. She has started a line of Arts & Crafts quilt designs called Bungalow Heaven,

See more about this pattern at her blog Historically Modern by pasting this URL into your browser:

http://historicallymodernquilts.blogspot.com/2013/10/modern-pattern-tile-quilt-rose.html
Mackintosh Rose. An Applique Panel or Wall Quilt for the Arts & Craft Home. Modern Pattern adapted from Charles Rennie Mackintosh's signature Glasgow Rose. 14" x 32"

Georgann Eglinski stitched the model.

You get an 8 page pattern printed on 8-1/2" x 11" sheets. Full-size pattern pieces and diagrams.
$5 for the PDF instant download. If you'd rather receive a paper pattern through the mail see this link:

https://www.etsy.com/listing/501092173/mackintosh-rose-applique-panel-for-the?ref=shop_home_active_1

The applique is done in Tile Quilt technique but could also be stitched in Stained-Glass Applique technique.
Tile Quilt technique is a simple, traditional method in which the pieces are turned under and stitched down to reveal the dark background. It's sort of like a crazy quilt but the background shows through as dark lines---Arts & Crafts style.

The applique pieces range from large to small and there is one applique stitch involved so an ambitious beginner could do this small piece.

Barbara Brackman is a quilt historian known for her reproductions of arts and crafts fabrics. She has started a line of Arts & Crafts quilt designs called Bungalow Heaven,

See more about this pattern at her blog Historically Modern by pasting this URL into your browser:

http://historicallymodernquilts.blogspot.com/2013/10/modern-pattern-tile-quilt-rose.html

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