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Quilt Fabric Starter kit n Pattern. Lincoln Museum Quilt Cotton plaids, stripes, wovens 2.5 yards premium cotton fat quarters lights, darks

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Quilt Fabric Starter kit for Lincoln Museum Quilt
Cotton plaids, stripes, wovens
About 2.5 yards premium cotton fat quarters lights & darks
Plus the pattern

Get a good start on a great traditional quilt with this starter pack. The pattern is simple and great for beginners. You can start collecting cotton woven plaids and stripes yourself to make a full-size quilt or make a small wall quilt from this kit.

We'll pack all we can into a small flat Postal Service rate box and send it to you for $33 (includes U.S. postage.)
Mostly fat quarter size but smaller pieces too if they fit.
The price includes postage and a pattern.
Decide what kind of pattern you want

-Color Digital by email to print yourself. [I'll need your email.]
-Paper pattern in the box.

If you don't ask for the paper pattern I'll send the digital file (More room in the box that way.)

See the pattern at this link.
https://www.etsy.com/listing/556543112/the-lincoln-museum-quilt-a-reproduction?ref=shop_home_active_1

But don't buy it there. It comes with the kit.

We made a quilt for the Lincoln Museum in Illinois. See the photo of them putting it on the bed.

In the 1990s Moda fabrics did a zillion yards of wovens. Plaids and stripes were so hot during the primitive quilt fashion that it was hard to keep up with the demand. Terry Thompson & I designed many yarn-dyed wovens. For every print collection we designed an accompanying woven line in the same colors. The cottons were printed in Hong Kong & Japan and the wovens were dyed and woven in India.

But as with all fashion trends---the demand decreased--- and now it is hard to find quilt-weight, woven cottons. So we have to trade amongst ourselves.

Many of the fabrics in the box are from those lines that Terry and I did. Deb Rowden and I also bought a lot of brighter plaids and stripes so some are from those boxes. And we've been cutting up cotton shirts because good plaids are so hard to find nowadays. There may be some flannels in there (you can use either side) and perhaps some poly blends although we use those only if we are struck by the color. Some of it has been washed. Some not.
Quilt Fabric Starter kit for Lincoln Museum Quilt
Cotton plaids, stripes, wovens
About 2.5 yards premium cotton fat quarters lights & darks
Plus the pattern

Get a good start on a great traditional quilt with this starter pack. The pattern is simple and great for beginners. You can start collecting cotton woven plaids and stripes yourself to make a full-size quilt or make a small wall quilt from this kit.

We'll pack all we can into a small flat Postal Service rate box and send it to you for $33 (includes U.S. postage.)
Mostly fat quarter size but smaller pieces too if they fit.
The price includes postage and a pattern.
Decide what kind of pattern you want

-Color Digital by email to print yourself. [I'll need your email.]
-Paper pattern in the box.

If you don't ask for the paper pattern I'll send the digital file (More room in the box that way.)

See the pattern at this link.
https://www.etsy.com/listing/556543112/the-lincoln-museum-quilt-a-reproduction?ref=shop_home_active_1

But don't buy it there. It comes with the kit.

We made a quilt for the Lincoln Museum in Illinois. See the photo of them putting it on the bed.

In the 1990s Moda fabrics did a zillion yards of wovens. Plaids and stripes were so hot during the primitive quilt fashion that it was hard to keep up with the demand. Terry Thompson & I designed many yarn-dyed wovens. For every print collection we designed an accompanying woven line in the same colors. The cottons were printed in Hong Kong & Japan and the wovens were dyed and woven in India.

But as with all fashion trends---the demand decreased--- and now it is hard to find quilt-weight, woven cottons. So we have to trade amongst ourselves.

Many of the fabrics in the box are from those lines that Terry and I did. Deb Rowden and I also bought a lot of brighter plaids and stripes so some are from those boxes. And we've been cutting up cotton shirts because good plaids are so hard to find nowadays. There may be some flannels in there (you can use either side) and perhaps some poly blends although we use those only if we are struck by the color. Some of it has been washed. Some not.

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Quilt Fabric Starter kit n Pattern. Lincoln Museum Quilt Cotton plaids, stripes, wovens 2.5 yards premium cotton fat quarters lights, darks

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Overview

  • Handmade Supply
  • Craft type: Quilting, Sewing
  • Primary fiber: Cotton
  • Purpose: Quilting
  • Fat quarters: Yes
  • Pattern: Plaid
  • Feedback: 108 reviews
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