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Feb. 10 Ohio Star 3"

Massachusetts: is recorded by Maggie Malone but she makes no other notes about its origin. There are two other bocks called Massachusetts:Massachusetts:

SAWTOOTH VARIATION, 3″, Dark The plain star for this block is called merely Nameless Star (Nancy Cabot), Sawtooth (Farm and Fireside, 1884; Hall, 1935) or Sawtooth Star (Dubois, 1978 or 1979). I have

February 20 – Bonus (365Challenge)

SAWTOOTH VARIATION, 3″, Dark The plain star for this block is called merely Nameless Star (Nancy Cabot), Sawtooth (Farm and Fireside, 1884; Hall, 1935) or Sawtooth Star (Dubois, 1978 or 1979). I have

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January 29

January 29 (365Challenge)

January 28 - The Shoo Fly block dates back to when it was put to press by the Ladies Art Company. Isn’t it wonderful to have this quilting history?

9-16 Aunt Eliza’s Star is yet another Ladies Art Company block (1897). It has also gone by the names: Aunt Lottie’s Star (Nancy Cabot, Chicago Tribune, 1936), Lone Star (1949) and Variable Star (Nancy Page, Birmingham News, 1935).

Aunt Eliza’s Star is yet another Ladies Art Company block It has also gone by the names: Aunt Lottie’s Star (Nancy Cabot, Chicago Tribune, Lone Star and Variable Star (Nancy Page, Birmingham News,

Today’s block is one from Nancy Cabot, published in the Chicago Tribune in

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Star and Cross was first documented by the Ladies Art Company, published as Shining Hour by Farm Journal in quilt idea

March 11

March 11 (365Challenge)

4 Lady of the Lake, Dark Kathryn Kerr's 365 Challenge 2017

July 27. Boy’s Nonsense is one of Nancy Cabot’s blocks, published in the Chicago Tribune in 1936.

July Boy’s Nonsense is one of Nancy Cabot’s blocks, published in the Chicago Tribune in

indmill was given its name by Ladies Home Journal in according to Maggie Malone. It has also gone by the names Clover Leaf, Flutter Wheel (Ladies Art Company, c. and Pin Wheels.

May Arrow Crown, Light - would be good as one large block quilt

Birthday cake

Birthday Cake The block is one of Nancy Page’s. She published it in the Birmingham News, first in February 1936 as Birthday Cake, then again, under the name Birthday Parties in June Birthday dark

ONE MORE BLOCK, 6″, Light One More Block is the name of today’s patchwork … because after today, you will only one more block to go! Can you believe we have almost made it to the end of the Challenge,

December 30 (365Challenge)

December 30 –One More Block Kathryn Kerr's

GAGGLE OF GEESE, 3″, Dark Today’s Block This is an ancient pattern, and a favourite of 19th Century quilt-makers for their strippy quilts. Flying Geese Strippy Quilt Dated 1800-1849, Conneticut Rath

December 7 (365Challenge)

Oct 9 Gaggle of Geese 3

April 6 Flying Fist.This block is from the pattern library in EQ7. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any further information about it; even a Google search showed up nothing. But I like it’s rotating movement that is perfect for our quilt corner.

This block is from the pattern library in

10-27 Centennial. The original record for today’s block is the Ladies’ Art Company (#158, c. 1895), where they called it Centennial. The block had other incarnations as: Autograph Quilt Block (Hearth and Home) and Grecian Star (Needlecraft Supply, 1938).

oct 27 - CENTENNIAL, Dark The original record for today’s block is the Ladies’ Art Company ( c. where they called it Centennial. The block had other incarnations as: Autograph Quilt Block (Hearth and Home) and Grecian Star (Needlecraft Supply,

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