The Kansas City Star Quilts Sampler
60+ Blocks from 1928 to 1961, Historical Profiles by Barbara Brackman
Compiled by the Editors of C&T Publishing ––
Sew a piece of history!
In 1928, the Kansas City Star newspaper printed its first quilt block pattern—they continued this tradition for 34 wonderful and influential years. Now for the first time, the best of the blocks from each year can be found in one place! Slow down and stitch 60+ vintage block patterns, culminating in an unforgettable sampler quilt to showcase each one. Meet the women who brought quilting to the newspaper, as profiled by best-selling author and quilt historian Barbara Brackman.
• Explore the archives of the Kansas City Star's newspaper quilt-block patterns with the best designs from 1928 to 1961
• Piece a cherished sampler-quilt project with the perfect setting for all 60+ historic blocks
• Take a step back in time while reading stories of America's quilting past from Barbara Brackman
8" x 10"
264 pages, color
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