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    Senior Member barefoot quilter's Avatar
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    found this and downloaded it now to share

    its 101 patterns of the 1930's
    Last edited by QuiltnNan; 12-06-2011 at 03:11 PM. Reason: removed pattern share info
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    I sent you a PM. Thanks!
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    Can you just send us the link and we can open it?
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    Is it possible to post the link?
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    I would love the link too.

    thank you
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    I would love the link too. I love the 1930's and 40's fabrics.

    Thanks.

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    Just google search for 101 patterns of the 1930's and when you get there, find the one that refers to Ruby Short McKim, and I presume that is the one that was originally posted above.

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    Thanks for sharing the link. Lots of useful information here.

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    Thanks for the link!

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    Why was this removed? was it a copyright problem?

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    Thanks so much for the link

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    thanks for sharing

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    I have an original copy of this, it was in a box at an auction I went to about 20 years ago. Still a valuable book on my shelf.

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    Thanks for the link, always nice to have things like this to pull from.

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    Wonderful site! Thanks.

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    I also have this book- it was probably my first book and the price on the back is $2.50

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    I can't get any patterns to download. Does anyone know why? I especially liked the butterfly but think I can recreate it if I can't get the pattern to print. Thanks for the info. I love old, scrappy quilts.

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    Looks like a fun place to visit and get some new ideas. Thank you for sharing.
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    Thank you for sharing

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    Thank you. I have bookmarked it.

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    it says Adobe Acrobat is required
    to view downloaded patterns do you have it


    try this
    http://www.101patchworkpatterns.com/04more/more.shtml and find the butterfly quilt

    Quote Originally Posted by Pollyv9 View Post
    I can't get any patterns to download. Does anyone know why? I especially liked the butterfly but think I can recreate it if I can't get the pattern to print. Thanks for the info. I love old, scrappy quilts.
    Last edited by barefoot quilter; 12-08-2011 at 01:51 PM.
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    thank you!!

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