Golden Lattice Quilt Pattern

The golden lattice quilt pattern is my favorite mix of traditional and modern. 

When I first began quilting, I thought I would never sew anything even close to traditional. But, as you probably know, some of those traditional designs are just perfect. This pattern started as just one block. I wanted to strip down the sawtooth star quilt block for a more simplified version. Once I had that block, I knew I needed more blank space.  Put together, these blocks make a timeless, lattice design.

I tend to favor solid fabrics in my quilts, and this one is no different for me. However, I have seen some classic florals mixed in to make the accent fabrics pop. The pattern includes the two-tone option or a "scrappy option". For the scrappy option, fat quarters, scraps, or yardage can be used to add a variety of accent colors throughout the quilt. 

 

The pattern includes sizes pillow, baby, small throw, large throw and bed sized. I have made a pillow with the pillow size, but even better, I have used this size to make tote bags. A single block is a simple, striking design for a pillow or tote bag.

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2 comments

  • Hi Margaret,
    I love the scrappy option too. It is fun to have more ways to change up a quilt!

    Bess - Side Lake Stitch
  • I’d like to try scrappy…

    Margaret Swan

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