30s

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by Ellen Pahl
Soft, sweet 1930's reproduction prints combine with hand-dyed solid fabrics in this easy project. Make it for a doll quilt or use it in the center of your...

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by Kay Connors, Karen Earlywine
Inspired by a newspaper clipping of a quilt block from the 1930s, this cheerful design is perfect for using up little remnants of reproduction prints....

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by Kay Connors, Karen Earlywine
Inspired by an antique quilt made and signed by quilters in 1931, this signature quilt can feature the names of guild members, bee buddies, or family and...

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by Kay Connors, Karen Earlywine
Alice Brooks's line of quilt patterns was a fixture in newspapers in the 1930s, and this one offers a challenge for any quilter who wants to make a true...

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by Nancy Mahoney
This lovely design from the 1930s was originally a patchwork pattern, but the block has been converted and is now perfect for fusible applique. Even though...

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by Kay Connors, Karen Earlywine
This stunning quilt is a remake of an old quilt from the 1930s, found faded and in tatters. Sixteen solid-colored fabrics, floating rings of unbleached...

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by Nancy Mahoney
During the 1930s, realistic-looking flowers were a popular applique design. This block features graceful stems and delicate flowers. For each flower, the...

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by Nancy Mahoney
To create this lovely design from the 1930s, expert quiltmaker Nancy Mahoney simplified the construction of the original block and switched tricky templates...

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by Nancy Mahoney
This delightful but tricky block was originally available from the Clinton Herald in the 1930s. Nancy Mahoney simplified the construction by adding narrow...

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by Kay Connors, Karen Earlywine
Clipped from a Depression-era newspaper, this lively "Box Quilt" quilt block features an all-print star in the center and strong solid colors in the corners...

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by Nancy Mahoney
For this quilt, I used scraps of blue, red, and pink prints, plus a few yellow prints to add a little zip, and a cream for the block background. Then I set...

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by Nancy Mahoney
In nature, no two roses are alike, so the designer made each rose different in this design from the 1930s. She used one green print for the leaves, which...