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Horn of Plenty for a New Century

kathydelaney
kathydelaney
Horn of Plenty for a New Century - I redrafted patterns that first appeared as a series quilt in The Kansas City Star in 1932. Where Eveline Foland defined her images with embroidery, I used applique. So leaves are two fabrics and stems are appliqued.

Date Added: June 04, 2007

 

Name of Pattern or Block Horn of Plenty
Owned By Kathy Delaney
Name of Maker Kathy Delaney
Name of Quilter Legler Barn Quilters
Year Made 2005
Year Made is: Certain
Located in City Overland Park
Located in State KS
Located in Country US
Condition of Quilt Mint
Design Source Published Pattern
Design Source - Published In Horn of Plenty
Design Source - Designed by Kansas City Star, 1932
Design Source - Description I redrafted patterns that first appeared as a series quilt in The Kansas City Star in 1932. Where Eveline Foland defined her images with embroidery, I used applique. So leaves are two fabrics and stems are appliqued.
Genre Traditional Quilt
Quilt Type Large Quilt
Quilt Width 90
Quilt Height 90
Measurement In: Inches
Fabric Used 100% Commercial Cotton
Construction Technique Piecing and Applique
Piecing By Machine
Applique by None
Types of Quilting Hand Quilted

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