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Round Robin-Mountain Mist Pattern- The Discus-116
Round Robin-Mountain Mist Pattern- The Discus-116
Round Robin-Mountain Mist Pattern- The Discus-116
Round Robin Pattern, Mary Schafer Quilt and Ephemera Collection, Michigan State University Museum, Acc# 1998:53w.

Description: Beginning in the 1960s, quilters participated in Round Robin pattern swapping. Subscribers to magazines like 4'J's, Little-n-Big, JayBees, and Aunt Kate's Quilting Bee, became pattern collectors. Ads were placed in the magazines asking for pen pals to research, trace and mail specific pattern collections, like Alice Brooks or Farm Journal. Through these exchanges, important friendships were formed and the seeds of quilt scholarship were born. This is a quilt pattern in one piece. An 8 1/2" x 11" sheet of paper with a quilt pattern copied from an earlier, published source. Handwritten text, hand drawn, hand colored thumbnail and hand drawn, full-size pattern pieces.

Type of Ephemera: Other

Project/Collection: Michigan Quilt Project

Contributor/Institution: Michigan State University Museum

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Round Robin-Mountain Mist Pattern- The Wishing Well-99
Round Robin-Mountain Mist Pattern- The Wishing Well-99
Round Robin-Mountain Mist Pattern- The Wishing Well-99
Round Robin Pattern, Mary Schafer Quilt and Ephemera Collection, Michigan State University Museum, Acc# 1998:53w.

Description: Beginning in the 1960s, quilters participated in Round Robin pattern swapping. Subscribers to magazines like 4'J's, Little-n-Big, JayBees, and Aunt Kate's Quilting Bee, became pattern collectors. Ads were placed in the magazines asking for pen pals to research, trace and mail specific pattern collections, like Alice Brooks or Farm Journal. Through these exchanges, important friendships were formed and the seeds of quilt scholarship were born. This is a quilt pattern in one piece. An 8 1/2" x 11" sheet of paper with a quilt pattern copied from an earlier, published source. Handwritten text, hand drawn, hand colored thumbnail and hand drawn, full-size pattern pieces.

Type of Ephemera: Other

Project/Collection: Michigan Quilt Project

Contributor/Institution: Michigan State University Museum

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Round Robin-Mountain Mist Pattern-
Round Robin Pattern, Mary Schafer Quilt and Ephemera Collection, Michigan State University Museum, Acc# 1998:53w.

Description: Beginning in the 1960s, quilters participated in Round Robin pattern swapping. Subscribers to magazines like 4'J's, Little-n-Big, JayBees, and Aunt Kate's Quilting Bee, became pattern collectors. Ads were placed in the magazines asking for pen pals to research, trace and mail specific pattern collections, like Alice Brooks or Farm Journal. Through these exchanges, important friendships were formed and the seeds of quilt scholarship were born. This is a quilt pattern in one piece. An 8 1/2" x 11" sheet of paper with a quilt pattern copied from an earlier, published source. Handwritten text, hand drawn, hand colored thumbnail and hand drawn, full-size pattern pieces.

Type of Ephemera: Other

Project/Collection: Michigan Quilt Project

Contributor/Institution: Michigan State University Museum

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Round Robin-Mountain Mist Pattern- Blue Birds of Happiness
Round Robin-Mountain Mist Pattern- Blue Birds of Happiness
Round Robin-Mountain Mist Pattern- Blue Birds of Happiness
Round Robin Pattern, Mary Schafer Quilt and Ephemera Collection, Michigan State University Museum, Acc# 1998:53w.

Description: Beginning in the 1960s, quilters participated in Round Robin pattern swapping. Subscribers to magazines like 4'J's, Little-n-Big, JayBees, and Aunt Kate's Quilting Bee, became pattern collectors. Ads were placed in the magazines asking for pen pals to research, trace and mail specific pattern collections, like Alice Brooks or Farm Journal. Through these exchanges, important friendships were formed and the seeds of quilt scholarship were born. This is a quilt pattern in one piece. An 8 1/2" x 11" sheet of paper with a quilt pattern copied from an earlier, published source. Handwritten text and hand drawn, full-size pattern pieces.

Type of Ephemera: Other

Project/Collection: Michigan Quilt Project

Contributor/Institution: Michigan State University Museum

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Round Robin-Mountain Mist Pattern- Poinsettia
Round Robin-Mountain Mist Pattern- Poinsettia
Round Robin-Mountain Mist Pattern- Poinsettia
Round Robin Pattern, Mary Schafer Quilt and Ephemera Collection, Michigan State University Museum, Acc# 1998:53w.

Description: Beginning in the 1960s, quilters participated in Round Robin pattern swapping. Subscribers to magazines like 4'J's, Little-n-Big, JayBees, and Aunt Kate's Quilting Bee, became pattern collectors. Ads were placed in the magazines asking for pen pals to research, trace and mail specific pattern collections, like Alice Brooks or Farm Journal. Through these exchanges, important friendships were formed and the seeds of quilt scholarship were born. This is a quilt pattern in one piece. An 8 1/2" x 11" sheet of paper with a quilt pattern copied from an earlier, published source. Handwritten text and hand drawn, full-size pattern pieces.

Type of Ephemera: Other

Project/Collection: Michigan Quilt Project

Contributor/Institution: Michigan State University Museum

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Round Robin-Needlecraft Pattern- Garden Fence
Round Robin-Needlecraft Pattern- Garden Fence
Round Robin-Needlecraft Pattern- Garden Fence
Round Robin Pattern, Mary Schafer Quilt and Ephemera Collection, Michigan State University Museum, Acc# 1998:53w.

Description: Beginning in the 1960s, quilters participated in Round Robin pattern swapping. Subscribers to magazines like 4'J's, Little-n-Big, JayBees, and Aunt Kate's Quilting Bee, became pattern collectors. Ads were placed in the magazines asking for pen pals to research, trace and mail specific pattern collections, like Alice Brooks or Farm Journal. Through these exchanges, important friendships were formed and the seeds of quilt scholarship were born. This is a quilt pattern in one piece. An 8 1/2" x 11" sheet of paper with a quilt pattern copied from an earlier, published source. Handwritten text and hand drawn, full-size pattern pieces.

Type of Ephemera: Other

Project/Collection: Michigan Quilt Project

Contributor/Institution: Michigan State University Museum

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Round Robin-Needlecraft Pattern- Jesabel Flower
Round Robin-Needlecraft Pattern- Jesabel Flower
Round Robin-Needlecraft Pattern- Jesabel Flower
Round Robin Pattern, Mary Schafer Quilt and Ephemera Collection, Michigan State University Museum, Acc# 1998:53w.

Description: Beginning in the 1960s, quilters participated in Round Robin pattern swapping. Subscribers to magazines like 4'J's, Little-n-Big, JayBees, and Aunt Kate's Quilting Bee, became pattern collectors. Ads were placed in the magazines asking for pen pals to research, trace and mail specific pattern collections, like Alice Brooks or Farm Journal. Through these exchanges, important friendships were formed and the seeds of quilt scholarship were born. This is a quilt pattern in one piece. An 8 1/2" x 11" sheet of paper with a quilt pattern copied from an earlier, published source. Typed text and hand drawn, full-size pattern pieces.

Type of Ephemera: Other

Project/Collection: Michigan Quilt Project

Contributor/Institution: Michigan State University Museum

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Round Robin-Ruth Finley Pattern- Gift of Love
Round Robin-Ruth Finley Pattern- Gift of Love
Round Robin-Ruth Finley Pattern- Gift of Love
Round Robin Pattern, Mary Schafer Quilt and Ephemera Collection, Michigan State University Museum, Acc# 1998:53w.

Description: Beginning in the 1960s, quilters participated in Round Robin pattern swapping. Subscribers to magazines like 4'J's, Little-n-Big, JayBees, and Aunt Kate's Quilting Bee, became pattern collectors. Ads were placed in the magazines asking for pen pals to research, trace and mail specific pattern collections, like Alice Brooks or Farm Journal. Through these exchanges, important friendships were formed and the seeds of quilt scholarship were born. This is a quilt pattern in one piece. An 8 1/2" x 11" sheet of paper with a quilt pattern copied from an earlier, published source. Handwritten text, hand drawn and thumbnail is hand drawn, full-size pattern pieces.

Type of Ephemera: Other

Project/Collection: Michigan Quilt Project

Contributor/Institution: Michigan State University Museum

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Round Robin-Ruth Finley Pattern- Harvest Sun
Round Robin-Ruth Finley Pattern- Harvest Sun
Round Robin-Ruth Finley Pattern- Harvest Sun
Round Robin Pattern, Mary Schafer Quilt and Ephemera Collection, Michigan State University Museum, Acc# 1998:53w.

Description: Beginning in the 1960s, quilters participated in Round Robin pattern swapping. Subscribers to magazines like 4'J's, Little-n-Big, JayBees, and Aunt Kate's Quilting Bee, became pattern collectors. Ads were placed in the magazines asking for pen pals to research, trace and mail specific pattern collections, like Alice Brooks or Farm Journal. Through these exchanges, important friendships were formed and the seeds of quilt scholarship were born. This is a quilt pattern in one piece. An 8 1/2" x 11" sheet of paper with a quilt pattern copied from an earlier, published source. Handwritten text, hand drawn, hand colored thumbnail and hand drawn, full-size pattern pieces.

Type of Ephemera: Other

Project/Collection: Michigan Quilt Project

Contributor/Institution: Michigan State University Museum

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Round Robin-Ruth Finley Pattern- The Variable Star or Tippecanoe,  and Tyler Too
Round Robin-Ruth Finley Pattern- The Variable Star or Tippecanoe, and Tyler Too
Round Robin-Ruth Finley Pattern- The Variable Star or Tippecanoe, and Tyler Too
Round Robin Pattern, Mary Schafer Quilt and Ephemera Collection, Michigan State University Museum, Acc# 1998:53w.

Description: Beginning in the 1960s, quilters participated in Round Robin pattern swapping. Subscribers to magazines like 4'J's, Little-n-Big, JayBees, and Aunt Kate's Quilting Bee, became pattern collectors. Ads were placed in the magazines asking for pen pals to research, trace and mail specific pattern collections, like Alice Brooks or Farm Journal. Through these exchanges, important friendships were formed and the seeds of quilt scholarship were born. This is a quilt pattern in one piece. An 8 1/2" x 11" sheet of paper with a quilt pattern copied from an earlier, published source. Handwritten text, hand drawn, hand colored thumbnail and hand drawn, full-size pattern pieces.

Type of Ephemera: Other

Project/Collection: Michigan Quilt Project

Contributor/Institution: Michigan State University Museum

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