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WMUTeach
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I like 1930's prints and use them often particularly for children's quilts but not exclusively. Don't be afraid to dive in and use what you have. I frequently use simple traditional patterns. Here are a few of my examples. The first is from a book called "Scrap-Basket Surprises" by Kim Brackett and the second is an Irish Chain. Both have been made multiple times and in multiple sizes. Each is easy to piece, easy to adjust the final size and and be either planned or scrappy. Have fun with you 1930's prints.
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