Max & Louise

designer

Max and Louise Pattern Co is two best friends, Lou and Lisa creating designs inspired by Antique quilts and textiles from the Yarra Valley in Australia. Our business is named after our dogs, Max the Doberman and Max the German Shepherd.

Started in 2011 as way to “fund the fabric habit” we just released our first book with Quiltmania, Vintage Quilts and Friendship. We love to work with lots of fabric, the scrappier the better!! We also love to make our quilts in two different colour ways to show how the use of fabric can change the look of a design.

Our passion is the 1800’s reproduction fabrics. We see our designs in fabrics from all era’s, from modern to Japanese and more. In our designs you will see an array of techniques and we encourage you to use your favourites. We love to teach workshops and spend time with fellow passionate quilters all around the world.

Old Courthouse 1980 FRONT
Old Courthouse 1980 PHOTOOld Courthouse 1980 BACK

Old Courthouse 1890

Product Description

Old Courthouse 1890 Pattern by Max & Louise Pattern Co.

Finished size: 51″ x 51″

Old Courthouse 1890 is named after the former Healesville Court House which was built between 1889 and 1890 in the Victorian Free Classical style. It is a timber building with hipped gable roof, trussed gables and a skillion front veranda. It is the most intact remaining group of a former group of five similar timber court houses constructed in the 1880s.

We have made twenty-five 9″ finished size blocks in total. To make the quilt bigger make multiples of the blocks. The blocks can be pieces using a variety of methods, and you can choose whichever method best suits your skills.

Pattern includes full instructions for each block as well as template sheets.

$24.00

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Product Description

Old Courthouse 1890 Pattern by Max & Louise Pattern Co.

Finished size: 51″ x 51″

Old Courthouse 1890 is named after the former Healesville Court House which was built between 1889 and 1890 in the Victorian Free Classical style. It is a timber building with hipped gable roof, trussed gables and a skillion front veranda. It is the most intact remaining group of a former group of five similar timber court houses constructed in the 1880s.

We have made twenty-five 9″ finished size blocks in total. To make the quilt bigger make multiples of the blocks. The blocks can be pieces using a variety of methods, and you can choose whichever method best suits your skills.

Pattern includes full instructions for each block as well as template sheets.

Additional Information

Weight .375 lbs