Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Looks like old newspapers on the back of a quilt?
what a cool bit of history on the back of that quilt...i would be fascinated with reading that side of it...smiles.
I would never make the quilt. The pieces on the old newspaper make an interesting bit of history. I'd sit there reading every word, then figure out how to make a wall hanging or other display.
I am anxious to see the next blog to see what it is all about.
I see machine stitching diagonally, and some fabric edges, so I'm thinking quilt pieces...but what a great find to read all those news stories! Do keep a record of them! Why? Because they're there!
Never heard of"old newspapers on the back of a quilt"!A bit of american culture, unknown for us!
"I can just imagine someone beginning this quilt in the Twenties or Thirties and then sadly laying it aside rather than finishing."I can imagine!!!!
Your cat is fond of quilt and old newspapers!
I am interested in how it was done? Can'be paper.
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