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1930's


Prints from this era marked by the use of bright, clear, multicolored fabrics.  While many quilts featured solid fabrics that coordinated with bright print, quilts made of solid fabrics only were also quite common. The busy prints began as small images in the 1920's and gradually grew larger through the 30's and 40's.  Flowers, animals and children themed items were popular designs. Notably, the images had a "halo" lacking in color that separated the image from the background, allowing printing to be faster with less chance of overlapping colors.
 
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Aunt Grace 6265-0328

$9.00 $11.25

Aunt Grace Green with "fussy-cut" floral hexagon triads 6271-0314

$9.00 $11.25

Black and White Collection 2 Charcoal 16294-184

$10.50

Red Rooster- Wee Play 70417-002

$9.00 $10.50

 
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