The Blue and the Gray - Quilt Patterns using Civil War Fabrics

by Mary Etherington, Connie Tesene
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EB1134

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The authors of the best-selling Country Threads Goes to Charm School present a remarkable collection of designs inspired by the Civil War and ideal for reproduction fabrics.

  • Choose from 18 traditional quilt patterns, including wall hangings, table toppers, and two beautiful doll quilts
  • Make excellent use of scraps, fat quarters, and even fat eighths
  • Enjoy striking projects with names that conjure images of the era, such as "Gettysburg," "Civil War Journal," and "Troops in Formation"

Author:
by Mary Etherington, Connie Tesene
Size:
8.5" x 11" printed on your home computer
Format Description:
full color, PDF digital download
Pages:
80
Product Code:
EB1134
ISBN:
9781604682540
Publication Date:
April 2nd, 2013
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eBook PDF purchases are non-returnable. Please contact customer service for more information.

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Mary Etherington

Mary Etherington is a cofounder, with Connie Tesene, of the famed Country Threads Quilt Shop and a popular author. While officially retired from the quilt-shop business, Mary stays in touch with former customers through the Country Threads Chicken Scratch blog. She keeps busy by dog sitting, caring for her animals, tending many houseplants and succulents, playing piano at two churches and a care center, and sewing every single day.

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Connie Tesene

Since retiring in 2014 I have enjoyed the luxury of time--time for gardening, babysitting, volunteering, traveling, reading, feathering my nest, and sewing. My husband, Roy, and I still live in the home where we raised our three boys; it's a wonderful house but it is also 120 years old and always seems to need a remodeling project. I have an ambitious plan for a large gardening project in the spring and I can hardly wait to get that dirt under my fingernails. I'd like to be remembered as a maker of pies, quilts, gardens, art, fun, and home. What more could one ask out of life?

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