Courthouse Marriage: Scrappy Courthouse Steps Throw Quilt Pattern

Machine Quilted by CHARLOTTE WARR ANDERSEN
Courthouse Marriage: Scrappy Courthouse Steps Throw Quilt Pattern

The Courthouse Marriage quilt pattern turns scraps into a striking work of art. Traditional Courthouse Steps Blocks have extra spark thanks to the gold and red solids used in the centers. The pattern includes ideas for machine quilting from Handi Quilter national educator Charlotte Warr Andersen.

 

Skill Level CONFIDENT BEGINNER

Finished Size 69 1/2˝ x 77 5/8˝

 

Quilter Information

Charlotte Warr Andersen in a lifetime native of Salt Lake City, Utah, where she lives with her husband, 2 of her 4 children, and 3 dogs. She made her first quilt in 1974. Since 1983, her specialty has been one-of-a-kind, original, pictorial quilts. Her quilts have won many prestigious awards including two Best of Show awards at the Houston International Quilt Festival. Charlotte teaches and lectures locally, nationally, and internationally, and has authored two books about her pictorial appliqué technique. Visit Charlotte online at charlottewarrandersen.com.

 

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Courthouse Marriage throw quilt is patterned in the McCall's Quilting special issue, Heritage Quilts Made Modern 2014, shown below. 

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