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Round Robin-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Job's Tears
Round Robin-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Job's Tears
Round Robin-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Job's Tears
Round Robin Pattern, Mary Schafer Quilt and Ephemera Collection, Michigan State University Museum, Acc# 1998:53r.

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 hand drawn thumbnail, 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-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Jonquil
Round Robin-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Jonquil
Round Robin-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Jonquil
Round Robin Pattern, Mary Schafer Quilt and Ephemera Collection, Michigan State University Museum, Acc# 1998:53r.

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, hand drawn and hand drawn thumbnail, 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-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Joseph's Coat
Round Robin-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Joseph's Coat
Round Robin-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Joseph's Coat
Round Robin Pattern, Mary Schafer Quilt and Ephemera Collection, Michigan State University Museum, Acc# 1998:53r.

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, hand drawn and hand drawn thumbnail, 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-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Juanita Orchids
Round Robin-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Juanita Orchids
Round Robin-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Juanita Orchids
Round Robin Pattern, Mary Schafer Quilt and Ephemera Collection, Michigan State University Museum, Acc# 1998:53r.

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 hand drawn thumbnail, 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-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Jerusalem Cross
Round Robin-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Jerusalem Cross
Round Robin-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Jerusalem Cross
Round Robin Pattern, Mary Schafer Quilt and Ephemera Collection, Michigan State University Museum, Acc# 1998:53r.

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 hand drawn thumbnail, 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-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Jardiniere Quilt
Round Robin-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Jardiniere Quilt
Round Robin-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Jardiniere Quilt
Round Robin Pattern, Mary Schafer Quilt and Ephemera Collection, Michigan State University Museum, Acc# 1998:53r.

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 hand drawn thumbnail, 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-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Irish Rose
Round Robin-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Irish Rose
Round Robin-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Irish Rose
Round Robin Pattern, Mary Schafer Quilt and Ephemera Collection, Michigan State University Museum, Acc# 1998:53r.

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, hand drawn and hand drawn thumbnail, 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-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Jack in the Pulpit
Round Robin-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Jack in the Pulpit
Round Robin-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Jack in the Pulpit
Round Robin Pattern, Mary Schafer Quilt and Ephemera Collection, Michigan State University Museum, Acc# 1998:53r.

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 hand drawn thumbnail, 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-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Japanese Lantern
Round Robin-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Japanese Lantern
Round Robin-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Japanese Lantern
Round Robin Pattern, Mary Schafer Quilt and Ephemera Collection, Michigan State University Museum, Acc# 1998:53r.

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, hand drawn and hand drawn thumbnail, 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-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Japanese Poppy
Round Robin-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Japanese Poppy
Round Robin-Nancy Cabot Pattern- Japanese Poppy
Round Robin Pattern, Mary Schafer Quilt and Ephemera Collection, Michigan State University Museum, Acc# 1998:53r.

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, hand drawn and hand drawn thumbnail, full-size pattern pieces.

Type of Ephemera: Other

Project/Collection: Michigan Quilt Project

Contributor/Institution: Michigan State University Museum

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