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Old Glory - A Patriotic Sampler Quilt Pattern

Old Glory<br />approx. 36

Old Glory
approx. 36

This past weekend, I vended at the Pride of the Prairie Quilt excellent guild show, I might add!

Across from me was the "Sew Many Antiques" booth. (Their store is located at 160 S. Main Street, Pearl City, Illinois.) Always on the lookout for interesting and unique quilt patterns, I had the pleasure of looking at the above pictured patriotic sampler quilt pattern called "Old Glory". (I followed proper quilt show etiquette and did ask for permission before taking this picture in the booth!)

This intriguing take on a patriotic quilt was designed by Vicki Olsen, one of the owners of Sew Many Antiques.

Patriotic, but not cutesy. Not just for the Fourth of July, this quilt is just perfect for year round duty adorning a wall in your home.

The sampler quilt pattern has eleven different blocks in it. A field of stars on a white or cream background; the stripes are stitched with tans and reds. On the pattern Vicki recommends the use of the Easy Angle® and Precision Trimmer 6™ for the half square triangles and hour glass quilt blocks, and for squaring up your stitched blocks. I love it when designers share their favorite tools!

Their website is:

You'll find the "Old Glory" pattern at the bottom of this page:

Or you can contact them at:

I hope you enjoy this quilt as much as I did!


Julie Baird

PS If you're closer to the Plainfield/Oswego, IL area, the gals at Prairie Stitches Quilt Shoppe picked up some "Old Glory" patterns for their store, but I bet they'll go fast!

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Apr 02, 2015
How I made this quilt
by: Mary

I made this quilt and posted a picture of it on my blog a few years ago. That exact picture was featured on Pinterest with the link to this website. See it here:

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