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  • Cheri Nolan

    An old photo of a woman laying her quilt pieces out on the porch...

  • Tammy Dingler

    Vintage photo. Woman laying out pieces for a quilt on her porch.

  • Aunt Ruth

    WHO and WHERE? She seems to be laying out pieces for a wool "penny rug", in the good light on the porch. Has a box of scraps to work with.

  • Philip Martian

    .Unknown photographer. Wonderful photograph. She's laying out her quilt pieces while her (husband?) looks on.

  • Elaine Duval

    Amazing old picture of a farmer watching his wife lay out her 'folk art' quilt pieces...

  • Kalyn West

    Arranging her applique pieces. What a lovely old photo

  • Lisa Egan

    Granny Donaldson arranging her applique pieces. What a wonderful old picture!!

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