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Thread: Quilt #3 made from vintage blocks

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    Super Member laalaaquilter's Avatar
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    It is so cool how different the blocks look even though they are all the same pattern....

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    Great job Eddie again.

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    What a treasure.

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    Super nice Eddie....always great work!!

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    How beautiful are those blocks - and the way you turned them into a quilt!

    Do you happen to know the name of the block pattern???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie
    Below are pics of a quilt that I made from a customer's vintage quilt blocks. The blocks were made in 1935 for her mother who retired as a school teacher upon her marriage. The blocks were made by families of her students with each block having an embroidered name of one of her fellow teachers. Each block measures 14" square, and the entire quilt measures 88" x 88".
    Nice job, and a nice bit of history go with it. Thanks for sharing.

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    Fabulous. I've just read a post from someone who wanted to know what to do with "old" fabric she had. Well, she could make vintage blocks!!

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    Very nice

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