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Detroit Free Press, Make a Pretty Bird Quilt--First Two Patterns Today. No. 1, Robin. No. 2, Blue Jay, September 23, 1928
Detroit Free Press, Make a Pretty Bird Quilt--First Two Patterns Today. No. 1, Robin. No. 2, Blue Jay, September 23, 1928
Detroit Free Press, Make a Pretty Bird Quilt--First Two Patterns Today. No. 1, Robin. No. 2, Blue Jay, September 23, 1928
Detroit Free Press, Make a Pretty Bird Quilt--First Two Patterns Today. No. 1, Robin. No. 2, Blue Jay, Ruby Short McKim, Detroit, Michigan, September 23, 1928 Michigan State University Museum ACC.# 2006:1.15.1

Description: Newspaper page from the Detroit Free Press. This was a series of patterns published every Sunday. They were designed by Ruby Short McKim and were printed full size for embroidery. It was suggested that the patterns could also be used for painting or applique. Each week two patterns were published. There were a total of 24. We have all the patterns except week 2, No. 3, humming brid and No. 4, wren. This was dated, September 23, 1928, and is titled, "Make a Pretty Bird Quilt--First Two Patterns Today. No. 1, Robin. No. 2, Blue Jay." On the back side of each page is a full page Peter Rabbit cartoon by Harrison Cady.

Type of Ephemera: Newspaper clipping

Project/Collection: Michigan Quilt Project

Contributor/Institution: Michigan State University Museum

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Detroit Free Press, Block Twenty-three in Alphabet Quilt. W for Windmill, March 16, 1930
Detroit Free Press, Block Twenty-three in Alphabet Quilt. W for Windmill, March 16, 1930
Detroit Free Press, Block Twenty-three in Alphabet Quilt. W for Windmill, March 16, 1930
Detroit Free Press, Block Twenty-three in Alphabet Quilt. W for Windmill, Detroit, Michigan, March 16, 1930 Michigan State University Museum ACC.# 2006:1.17.24

Description: Newspaper clipping from the Detroit Free Press. This was a series of patterns published every Sunday. They were part of the Nancy Page Quilt Club by Florence La Ganke and were printed full size for piecing, embroidery and applique. The name of the quilt is a new Alphabet Quilt. The first week was an illustration of a woman holding the Alphabet Quilt and a little girl admiring it. The patterns were published full size and printed every Sunday for 25 consecutive Sundays. Each pattern was an embroidered letter and an appliqued object illustrating the letter. You could also send for a leaflet of instructions to help make the quilt.

Type of Ephemera: Newspaper clipping

Project/Collection: Michigan Quilt Project

Contributor/Institution: Michigan State University Museum

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Detroit Free Press, This Block Finishes Nursery Alphabet Quilt. YOU, March 23, 1930
Detroit Free Press, This Block Finishes Nursery Alphabet Quilt. YOU, March 23, 1930
Detroit Free Press, This Block Finishes Nursery Alphabet Quilt. YOU, March 23, 1930
Detroit Free Press, This Block Finishes Nursery Alphabet Quilt. YOU, Detroit, Michigan, March 23, 1930 Michigan State University Museum ACC.# 2006:1.17.25

Description: Newspaper clipping from the Detroit Free Press. This was a series of patterns published every Sunday. They were part of the Nancy Page Quilt Club by Florence La Ganke and were printed full size for piecing, embroidery and applique. The name of the quilt is a new Alphabet Quilt. The first week was an illustration of a woman holding the Alphabet Quilt and a little girl admiring it. The patterns were published full size and printed every Sunday for 25 consecutive Sundays. Each pattern was an embroidered letter and an appliqued object illustrating the letter. You could also send for a leaflet of instructions to help make the quilt.

Type of Ephemera: Newspaper clipping

Project/Collection: Michigan Quilt Project

Contributor/Institution: Michigan State University Museum

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Capper's Weekly, Iris Pool, April 28, 1934
Capper's Weekly, Iris Pool, April 28, 1934
Capper's Weekly, Iris Pool, April 28, 1934
Capper's Weekly, Iris Pool, Kate Marchbanks, April 28, 1934 Michigan State University Museum ACC.# 2006:1.22.1

Description: This is a newspaper clipping from the Capper's Weekly, April 28, 1934. Titled, "An Iris Pool For the Middle of Your Best Bed." There is a black and white illustration of an appliqued quilt with feather and cross-hatch quilting lines.

Type of Ephemera: Newspaper clipping

Project/Collection: Michigan Quilt Project

Contributor/Institution: Michigan State University Museum

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Detroit Free Press, Block Twenty-two in Alphabet Quilt. V for Violet, March 9, 1930
Detroit Free Press, Block Twenty-two in Alphabet Quilt. V for Violet, March 9, 1930
Detroit Free Press, Block Twenty-two in Alphabet Quilt. V for Violet, March 9, 1930
Detroit Free Press, Block Twenty-two in Alphabet Quilt. V for Violet, Detroit, Michigan, March 9, 1930 Michigan State University Museum ACC.# 2006:1.17.23

Description: Newspaper clipping from the Detroit Free Press. This was a series of patterns published every Sunday. They were part of the Nancy Page Quilt Club by Florence La Ganke and were printed full size for piecing, embroidery and applique. The name of the quilt is a new Alphabet Quilt. The first week was an illustration of a woman holding the Alphabet Quilt and a little girl admiring it. The patterns were published full size and printed every Sunday for 25 consecutive Sundays. Each pattern was an embroidered letter and an appliqued object illustrating the letter. You could also send for a leaflet of instructions to help make the quilt.

Type of Ephemera: Newspaper clipping

Project/Collection: Michigan Quilt Project

Contributor/Institution: Michigan State University Museum

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Detroit Free Press, Block Twenty-One in Alphabet Quilt. U for Umbrella, March 2, 1930
Detroit Free Press, Block Twenty-One in Alphabet Quilt. U for Umbrella, March 2, 1930
Detroit Free Press, Block Twenty-One in Alphabet Quilt. U for Umbrella, March 2, 1930
Detroit Free Press, Block Twenty-One in Alphabet Quilt. U for Umbrella, Detroit, Michigan, March 2, 1930 Michigan State University Museum ACC.# 2006:1.17.22

Description: Newspaper clipping from the Detroit Free Press. This was a series of patterns published every Sunday. They were part of the Nancy Page Quilt Club by Florence La Ganke and were printed full size for piecing, embroidery and applique. The name of the quilt is a new Alphabet Quilt. The first week was an illustration of a woman holding the Alphabet Quilt and a little girl admiring it. The patterns were published full size and printed every Sunday for 25 consecutive Sundays. Each pattern was an embroidered letter and an appliqued object illustrating the letter. You could also send for a leaflet of instructions to help make the quilt.

Type of Ephemera: Newspaper clipping

Project/Collection: Michigan Quilt Project

Contributor/Institution: Michigan State University Museum

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Detroit Free Press, Block Number Twenty in Child's Alphabet Quilt. T for Tree, February 23, 1930
Detroit Free Press, Block Number Twenty in Child's Alphabet Quilt. T for Tree, February 23, 1930
Detroit Free Press, Block Number Twenty in Child's Alphabet Quilt. T for Tree, February 23, 1930
Detroit Free Press, Block Number Twenty in Child's Alphabet Quilt. T for Tree, Detroit, Michigan, February 23, 1930 Michigan State University Museum ACC.# 2006:1.17.21

Description: Newspaper clipping from the Detroit Free Press. This was a series of patterns published every Sunday. They were part of the Nancy Page Quilt Club by Florence La Ganke and were printed full size for piecing, embroidery and applique. The name of the quilt is a new Alphabet Quilt. The first week was an illustration of a woman holding the Alphabet Quilt and a little girl admiring it. The patterns were published full size and printed every Sunday for 25 consecutive Sundays. Each pattern was an embroidered letter and an appliqued object illustrating the letter. You could also send for a leaflet of instructions to help make the quilt.

Type of Ephemera: Newspaper clipping

Project/Collection: Michigan Quilt Project

Contributor/Institution: Michigan State University Museum

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Quilting Queens with Oprah Quilt Pieces
Quilting Queens with Oprah Quilt Pieces
Quilting Queens with Oprah Quilt Pieces
Roach, Susan

Description: Photograph contributed by Susan Roach as part of her Louisiana Regional Folklife Project essay, Quilting Queens: Responding to Katrina.

Project/Collection: Essay Images: Quilting Queens: Responding to Katrina

Contributor/Institution: Michigan State University Museum

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Capper's Weekly, Our Abe Lincoln Log Cabin-Rail Fence Quilt, February 1934
Capper's Weekly, Our Abe Lincoln Log Cabin-Rail Fence Quilt, February 1934
Capper's Weekly, Our Abe Lincoln Log Cabin-Rail Fence Quilt, February 1934
Capper's Weekly, Our Abe Lincoln Log Cabin-Rail Fence Quilt, February 1934 Michigan State University Museum ACC.# 2006:1.22.2

Description: This is a newspaper clipping from Capper's Weekly, published in 1934. There is a black and white illustration of the quilt folded in quarters. The pattern is Log Cabin-Rail Fence in honor of Abraham Lincoln's 125th birthday. Information is provided for ordering pattern and pre-cut patches.

Type of Ephemera: Newspaper clipping

Project/Collection: Michigan Quilt Project

Contributor/Institution: Michigan State University Museum

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Smart Quilted Rugs Return to Popularity in Newest Revival, Mary Evangeline Walker, Lydia Le Baron Walker, January 11, 1932
Smart Quilted Rugs Return to Popularity in Newest Revival, Mary Evangeline Walker, Lydia Le Baron Walker, January 11, 1932
Smart Quilted Rugs Return to Popularity in Newest Revival, Mary Evangeline Walker, Lydia Le Baron Walker, January 11, 1932
Smart Quilted Rugs Return to Popularity in Newest Revival, Mary Evangeline Walker, Lydia Le Baron Walker, January 11, 1932 Michigan State University Museum ACC.# 2006:1.22.3

Description: This is a newspaper clipping from an unknown paper, part of the title is ...Daily Journal. Maybe from Flint. The article is titled, "Smart Quilted Rugs Return to Popularity in Newest Revival". There is a black and white illustration of a woman holding up a bed rug with another rug in the upper right hand corner.

Type of Ephemera: Newspaper clipping

Project/Collection: Michigan Quilt Project

Contributor/Institution: Michigan State University Museum

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