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Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Quilt Top

When I was on vacation this past summer I picked up this unfinished quilt top at a flea market in Canada. I don't know the age or history of it. The fabric prints remind me of the 1930's reproduction fabric of been working with. I think it is old as there is alot of piecing together of the prints which is something I think that someone might not bother to do these days. The white fabric has alot of seam stitching marks as fabric that was opened up to reuse it.


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