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11-20 Girl's Joy. Since today is International Children’s Day,this block seemed highly appropriate for today. Girl’s Joy is yet another Ladies Art Company block (#382, 1897, also shown in Hall, 1935). Nancy Cabot also called it Maiden’s Delight (Chicago Tribune, 1937).

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Santa's Favorite Mint Fudge uses one of our FAVORITE ingredients: Eaglebrand Sweetened Condensed Milk. OMG SO GOOD! The hardest part about this is waiting on it to chill long enough to slice it...

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11-24.Turkey Tracks is a common name for this block. Bonnie Hunter used it in her book, String Fling, 2012;and Pam Kay used it to describe an old quilt she was repairing in 2012). It is also often called Devil’s Claws--a misnomer referring to a very similar block from the Ladies Art Co. (#142, c. 1895). It’s original name (well, the first published was Lily Quilt (Nancy Page, Birmingham News, 1934) and Sweet Gum Leaf (Nancy Cabot, Chicago Tribune, 1936).

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11-17. The Radio Windmill looks quite contemporary, but it was actually first published in the Kansas City Star in 1941. Nancy Cabot also called it just Windmill.

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