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"Grandma's Kitchen"

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"Grandma's Kitchen" - Aprons, aprons, aprons – a necessity in “Grandma’s Kitchen. What fun to get out thirties fabrics...my first attempt at machine appliqué – and onto the fun embellishment using many old pieces of tatting and lace. It took two days to sew on all the tiny buttons.

Date Added: November 23, 2010

 

Name of Pattern or Block The Apron Quilt Series
Owned By Janet Knapp
Name of Maker Janet Knapp
Name of Quilter Rosalie Davenport
Year Made 2010
Year Made is: Certain
Located in City Fergus Falls
Located in State MN
Located in Country US
Condition of Quilt Mint
Design Source Purchased Pattern
Design Source - Published In The Apron Quilt Series
Design Source - Pattern Name Patryska Patterns
Design Source - Description Aprons, aprons, aprons – a necessity in “Grandma’s Kitchen. What fun to get out thirties fabrics...my first attempt at machine appliqué – and onto the fun embellishment using many old pieces of tatting and lace. It took two days to sew on all the tiny buttons.
Genre Contemporary Quilt
Quilt Type Wall Quilt
Quilt Width 75"
Quilt Height 87"
Measurement In: Inches
Fabric Used 100% Commercial Cotton
Construction Technique Piecing and Applique
Piecing By Machine
Applique by Machine
Types of Quilting Quilted on long-arm
Embellishments Buttons, Beads, Other
Embellishments - Other Desc. Misc. Ribbons, tatting, lace, rick rack...

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