©2007 Publications International, Ltd. This quilt design includes traditional country images and patterns.

Is there anything more comforting than the warmth of a country kitchen? Nothing can compare, except maybe a Country Cupboard quilt. Choose from wonderful blocks that depict some of our favorite memories of home, along with blocks that are timeless treasures of quilting history.

Quilt all of the blocks together to make the Country Cupboard quilt design above. All of the quilt blocks described below are shown on the quilt design from left to right. Download the Country Cupboard quilt design here for a closer look at the entire Country Cupboard quilt design.

Country Cupboard Quilt Design Blocks:

  • The Churn Dash quilt block is a traditional design that hearkens back to days on the farm and the pleasure of some of the old domestic chores.
  • The Heart Can quilt block portrays freshly picked flowers in an old coffeepot. Picture it sitting on your windowsill.
  • The Apple Pie quilt block is so appetizing it actually looks like it would smell good. It's perfect for a country- or kitchen-themed design.
  • The Rooster quilt block portrays a puffed up, proud rooster full of personality. He'll add attitude to your design.
  • The Hourglass quilt block has a lovely, intricate design of triangles and squares that creates a sense of movement and depth.
  • The Apple Cider quilt block has a simple, attractive design showing a big jug of cider next to a freshly picked apple.
  • The Teapot quilt block sings of kitchen coziness and warmth with its simple, traditional design.
  • The Watermelon quilt block looks good enough to eat, showing a slice of watermelon framed with an attractive border.

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Retta Warehime is the author of Snuggle Up[/i], Patchwork Memories[/i], Quilting Your Just Desserts[/i], Farm House Quilts[/i], and many other titles. She has taught piecing and quilting techniques for 24 years and has been designing and publishing quilt patterns for 18 years through her company, Sew Cherished. Warehime has published more than 200 quilt designs and is currently designing and publishing quilts for fabric company Web sites.