Making an Heirloom from an Antique

October 2012
Quilter's Newsletter Magazine;Oct/Nov2012, Issue 430, p44
An interview with authors Pamela Lintott and Nicky Lintott is presented. When asked about the antique tumbling blocks quilt, they replied that quilt was made by Rosa Lee Gibson and her mother, Etta Gibson, between 1910 and 1915. They stated that tumbling blocks quilt was especially daunting as the three-dimensional look of it is very difficult to redevelop. They further talked about the challanges faced by them.


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