Five Popular Quilt Myths That Aren’t True

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You May be as Surprised as We Were!

Have you heard the stories about quilts guiding escaping slaves on the underground railroad? Or how scrap quilts came about because of quilters having to make do?

You may be as surprised as we were to discover that those stories simply aren’t true.

In the following video, Mary Fons from Quilty walks us through five popular quilt myths and explains why they’re incorrect. She’s very knowledgeable and provides an interesting presentation.

While we’d rather believe some of the stories than not, it’s nice to have more accurate information. What do you think?


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