Things are so crazy that the Rocky Road to Kansas block seems an appropriate block to share.
This block is one of the featured designs in my Patterns Through Time lecture/trunk show. Can't wait until I can get out and share these again with quilt guilds.
Circa 1930, Rocky Road to Kansas quilt made in Utah by my great grandmother Isabelle Day Rogers. The backing is made of sacking (flour sacks) that she dyed at home - a bright bold yellow!
The two together as I would show them in my lecture.
Thanks for stopping by. Please comment and let me know other blocks you'd like to see or favorite eras, or styles.
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