Here’s Give Peace a Chance quilt pattern designed by Rosemarie Lavin & Jean Ann Wright for Windham Fabrics. Features Rosemarie’s Feelin’ Groovy fabric collection. Get the free pattern.

[tags]Feelin’ Groovy, free pattern, quilt, Peace sign, 1960s[/tags]

By Scarlett Burroughs




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  1. Cathy Carney on March 2, 2010 12:44 pm

    This Peace quilt is just what i am looking for, my granddaughter wanted me to make her one. I have a idea for it but I’m not good at making the patterns. Thanks so much..

    Cathy

  2. scarlettburroughs on March 3, 2010 6:12 am

    Cathy,
    Be sure and share your quilt with us on Craft Gossip’s Flickr group. http://www.flickr.com/groups/craftgossip/

    If I had a teenager in my house I’d choose this one! Equally good for either sex.

  3. bekka on August 21, 2011 1:16 pm

    I cannot get the peace quilt pattern to show. I would love to make one for my granddaughter. Any help? I do have adobe thanks

  4. scarlettburroughs on August 21, 2011 6:28 pm

    Hi Bekka,

    Well, it’s not easy to find. Once you get to the page of free patterns, you have to do a search on the pattern name Give Peace a Chance. Once you click on the free download it takes you to a pdf. I’ve copied the direct link to the pdf below. Copy and paste the address in your browser and see if that gets you there.

    http://www.windhamfabrics.net/images/project/give_peace_a_chance.pdf

    Do send me a photo when you are finished.

    Scarlett

  5. Klaus Todte on November 14, 2012 7:56 am

    Quilt inspiration is an excellent way to express peace and harmony while colors and imagination come together. The idea of developing a world peace quilt got started in Inistiage, Ireland. Starting 2013 we ask people around the world with a 66 cm – 26 inch square quilt of their country theme, name and year to participate. More details are available at http://www.voice-consensus.com and questions/ideas are welcome at occupypeace@icloud.com. We let this quilt grow for 13 years in Ireland and will represent it on 6.26.2026 on the World Citizen Peace Day to the United Nations symbolizing peace solidarity among people of all nations.

  6. Scarlett on November 14, 2012 8:58 am

    Hi Klaus,
    Thanks for letting all of us know more about this! –Scarlett

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