This is a copy of a vintage pattern from the 1940s. It has been retyped and is easy to read.
The Star and Crescent design was a favorite of Pennsylvania Dutch women who delighted to show their skill with a needle. The quilt illustrated was made in Franklin County, NY, over 90 years ago.
Materials for Single Size, 73” x 105”: 11 yds. of white and 7 yds. of blue polka dot.
Each block is made of 4 different kinds of units. Patterns are given for half of Unit No. 1, all of Unit Nos. 2 and 3 and half of Unit No. 4.
INCLUDED: How to Quilt - Patchwork and Applique
PATCHWORK AND QUILTING
Choosing FABRICS & COLORS
How to Make a Pattern
How to Sew Units Together
Setting the Quilt Together
Lining of Quilt
Interlining of Quilt
Placing the Three Layers Together
Basting the Three Layers Together
Quilting Frames & Quilting Hoops
Appliqué: Patterns & Applying Designs
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This pattern is reproduced from my collection of antique books and magazines from the 1800s to the mid 1900s and are in the Public Domain, because their Copyright has expired.
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