This quilt is Lynn Wilder’s tribute to the brave women of the 1930’s American Depression Era. The sashing represents the Packhorse Librarians traveling along trails and paths in the mountains of Kentucky delivering books and spreading literacy to remote areas during the 1930’s.
The fabric line is called HEARTHSTONE, named for the flat stone forming the hearth, in the small cabins in the woods. The BOM quilt is called Bridle Path, fearless women sometimes had to carve out their own paths through the wilderness, sometimes following game trails barely visible to the naked eye. The women were fearless, 'plucky', and determined to improve the lives of their own families, in addition to improving the lives of the impoverished and illiterate. Their courage is admirable and their stories need to be told. says Lynn. Lynn will share comprehensive tutorials and a story each month on her blog: www.sewnwildoaks.blogspot.com Sew'n Wild Oaks .
During this 12-month program, you will receive the pattern and fabrics necessary to complete the quilt top, including border and binding. The program will begin in November 2023. There is a non-refundable registration fee of $25(this will cover the cost of your pattern) then just $25.00 monthly plus $5.00 S&H.
The finished quilt measures approximately 98” x 98”.
Please be sure to include your correct phone number as I will be calling to obtain a bit more information than what my website has.