Hello! Welcome back to the Musee de la Grande Route. There are two types of quilts that can be called square quilts. One is quilts that finish to a size that is square. The other is quilts that are made out of squares. Our current exhibit is showcasing quilts that are made mostly out of square blocks (and a few rectangles). I have enough quilts to show you the square ones that I have omitted the ones that are made only with rectangles.
I believe this is my only finished quilt that is made only with squares.
This quilt is made with squares and rectangles that are close to squares.
This quilt uses 10 inch blocks that are primarily pieced using squares of smaller sizes.
This one has pieced square blocks made mostly of squares and rectangles.
This quilt uses squares, most of which are pieced.
This quilt uses square blocks, some pieced, and some appliqued.
This one has more complicated piecing, but there are four square blocks.
Another quilt made with square blocks with more complicated piecing.
This one doesn't start out with squares, but does result in square applique blocks.
This quilt has a border of squares around a panel.
You can see all of our Musee de la Grande Route exhibits or click on the links to see a specific exhibit:
Square Quilts (you are here)