Hard times were the norm during the 1930s. It was a time of unemployment, foreclosures, poverty, dust storms and making do. It was a time when women did what was necessary to care for their families. They lovingly stitched scraps together into quilts to provide warmth and a bit of splendor in the midst of deprivation. The Kansas City Star published the majority of its quilt pattern collection during the 1930s. Carolyn Cullinan McCormick chose 20 of the old patterns and made them into paper-pieced patterns for today's quilters. Now you can recreate a splendid, precise Depression-era quilt using Carolyn's easy paper-piecing method. Use reproduction prints to make your own wonderful quilt using the 10" patterns, or, if a miniature quilt is more your cup of tea, 4" patterns are also included.
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Book Description Kansas City Star Books, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1933466138
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