Dear Jane: the Two Hundred Twenty-five Patterns from the by Brenda Manges Papadakis

By Brenda Manges Papadakis

Cover enthusiasts and Civil warfare buffs alike will get pleasure from expensive Jane. It includes all the 225 styles of the old Jane Stickle 1863 duvet in addition to a sequence of letters to Jane approximately existence and instances within the 19th century, with emphasis at the Civil warfare and the women's circulate. one of the styles and letters you will discover a dozen quilts from the 1990's, all encouraged by way of Jane's very best instance of quilt-making artistry in 1863.

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