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Karen Styles: Dear Jane on display

Karen Styles: Dear Jane on display

Maker:Unknown   Date:1805 - 1810  Square coverlet made from fifteen frames of printed cotton hexagons, squares on point, kites and long diamonds made from triangles. Some of the fabrics date from the 1770s, and several have three blue threads in the selvedge. The majority of the fabrics are made from dress prints, although there are some furnishing prints represented.

Maker:Unknown Date:1805 - 1810 Square coverlet made from fifteen frames of printed cotton hexagons, squares on point, kites and long diamonds made from triangles. Some of the fabrics date from the 1770s, and several have three blue threads in the selvedge. The majority of the fabrics are made from dress prints, although there are some furnishing prints represented.

Dear Jane, red & white. Our Infinite Gratitude Quilt, Nov. 2011 - 36 contributors, NYC. (threadmistress.com /  Deborah Bingham)

Dear Jane, red & white. Our Infinite Gratitude Quilt, Nov. 2011 - 36 contributors, NYC. (threadmistress.com / Deborah Bingham)

Dear Jane Border Quilt by Pamela Leonard Wexler

Dear Jane Border Quilt by Pamela Leonard Wexler

Dear Jane, red and white, by Bente in Germany, at Iliketoquiltblog.blogspot.com:

Dear Jane, red and white, by Bente in Germany, at Iliketoquiltblog.blogspot.com:

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