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Sappony quilt pattern III

This Sappony Indian quilt is called a "block pattern" and was made by Mrs. Mary Edna Martin, circa 1970s. It is made of different patterned fabric. A square has nine smaller squares within it. Each large square is placed next to another square with a length of light green fabric between them. Where these strips intersect, there is a small red square.

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