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Chronicle Star

In the 1940s, women of a local Bozeman church gathered to make quits for the less fortunate in the community. During these war years, quilters had to "make do" as fabric was in short supply. Alta onstad, the pastor's wife, was taught an economical way to utilize fabric scraps and partial pieces from other projects by attaching fabric to each other using newpaper as a foudation. The town's newpaper was the Bozeman Daily Chornicle, hence the name Chronicle Star. This was a unique and original method of foundation piecing. Our sample is made from 20-30 men's silk ties!

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Pattern : 52" X 52" : $8.99

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