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A traditional block pattern called "My Mother's Apron." This pattern was first published in the Kansas City Star. Pieced by Pam Wilson in June 2014.

A traditional block pattern called "Antique Tile Block" pieced by Pam Wilson in July 2014, incorporating gingham and other fabrics from the stash of my aunt Johanna Wackerle Tanner.

A traditional block pattern called "Pennsylvania" pieced by Pam Wilson in July 2014, incorporating gingham and other fabrics from the stash of my aunt Johanna Wackerle Tanner.

A traditional pattern called "Steps to Glory." Pieced by Pam Wilson in July 2014, incorporating gingham and other fabrics from the stash of my aunt Johanna Wackerle Tanner.

A traditional block pattern called "Pudding and Pie." Pieced by Pam Wilson in October 2014.

A traditional block pattern called "Jacob's Ladder" or "Steps to the Altar" pieced by Pam Wilson in May 2014, incorporating gingham and other fabrics from the stash of my aunt Johanna Wackerle Tanner.

A traditional block pattern called "Jewel Box" pieced by me in May 2014, incorporating gingham and other fabrics from the stash of my aunt Johanna Wackerle Tanner.

A traditional block pattern called "Pennsylvania" pieced by Pam Wilson in May 2014, incorporating gingham and other fabrics from the stash of my aunt Johanna Wackerle Tanner. I varied the pattern by replacing a single center block with a center 4-patch.

A traditional block pattern called "Antique Tile Block" pieced by Pam Wilson in September 2014, incorporating gingham and other fabrics from the stash of my aunt Johanna Wackerle Tanner.