And quilting. Quilting flourished in America during the Great Depression. It was partly out of necessity, but also due to the mass-marketing of quilt products, and a cultural trend that emphasized "traditional" skills.
contributed to America's woes during the Great Depression of 1929-1940. Many Americans responded to the troubles in various ways: planting gardens, forming aid societies, participating in New Deal government aid programs, and making do with what was on hand.
I can't believe that I am saying this, but I want to make one! I've been collecting fabric for years. But pattern to choose?
|I love to applique, and pink, but maybe this one is just a little bit too much?|
|Never in a million years, are you crazy? All those little bitty pieces and hand quilted too? NOT ME!|