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“The year is 1859. The country is in turmoil. Tempers on both sides are heating up. In Claiborne County, Mississippi, a very unusual family is preparing for a trip to freedom. This is the story of Hannah Cummings Cotton, her plantation life, her children, and her journey to Ohio, leaving the chains of slavery behind.”
Enjoy putting together this traditionally pieced medallion quilt while learning about the history of Hannah Cummings Cotton and her family leaving the chains of slavery in Claiborne County, Mississippi in the year of 1859.
During this 12-month Block of the Month program, you will receive the pattern and fabrics needed to complete the quilt top including borders and binding. There is a $10 non-refundable registration fee, then only $24.99 + tax per month. Save $35 by paying the kit price in full, $265 + tax. The finished quilt measures 97” x 97”.
Supplies for Freedom Bound Class
*No machine is needed for class!*
28mm rotary cutter with sharp blade
Aurifil thread light grey
1/4 inch piecing foot
6 1/2 inch square up
12 1/2 inch square up
Clover CHACO Liner Pen Style
Clover Magnetic Pin CaDDY
Zip lock bags
Sticky notes for labeling your zip locks
Invisible tape (Scotch)
Quick Quarter quilters ruler
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