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After six months of daily use, it shows no wear, the quilting is as warm as the first day I put it on, and the water-repellent finish continues to keep me dry even when snow turns to rain.
Both the young girls were dressed in their best; for they were going to a quilting-party, where they expected to meet many beaux.
"Mr. Gordonmammon thinks a deal of the Widow Lawton," said the hostess of the quilting-party.
Dancing, candy pulling, quilting,—that was about the only fun they would have.
Being asked out to tea and inviting in return, sewing bees, quilting parties when some girl was making an outfit.
A LITTLE GIRL IN OLD SALEMAMANDA MINNIE DOUGLAS
It's like a regular old-fashioned quilting party to see them build a nest.
The women met in sewing and quilting bees and apple-parings; the men came for the evening meal and remained for the country dance.
Sometimes there was a quilting bee or donation party at the ministers to attend.
BOYS AND GIRLS OF COLONIAL DAYSCAROLYN SHERWIN BAILEY
The quilt is now ready for the quilting, without which it would not be complete.
They were not satisfied with sacking, quilting and cording them.
NEGRO TALESJOSEPH SEAMON COTTER

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