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Thread: Dose anyone remember these!

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    Super Member buddy'smom's Avatar
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    I was at the second hand store today and found four quilting patterns. These were free with the Mountain Mist Fillings for quilts. They date back to the 30"s.I got NY beauty dated 1930, Martha's Vineyard, The Double Wedding Ring 1931, & Pieced Squares-1932. I would say overall for age there in near mint condition. There one very large sheet.

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    :thumbup:

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    I remenber patterns in Mountain Mist but not that far back. HA HA HA

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    Awesome!

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    Eleanor Burns shows those kinds of things on her show often. She collects old patterns from batting. Some of them are very neat.

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    Well I don't go back that far either haha, but the patterns are awesome.

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    You found a treasure. A lot of people are now looking for and collecting the old freebees that came with batting and in newspapers, etc. Not only collecting them but making them into quilts. I for one love the old traditional patterns.

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    I have heard about them but never seen one. It was a nice idea of the company.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greensleeves
    You found a treasure. A lot of people are now looking for and collecting the old freebees that came with batting and in newspapers, etc. Not only collecting them but making them into quilts. I for one love the old traditional patterns.
    For sure, gonna watch the shop & see if they get anymore in.

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    What a great find!

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