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Sawtooth reproduction
Mary Worrall, top's maker, and John Putnam, quilter
Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan
2001
Cotton with cotton/polyester filling
72” x 90”
MSUM TC2001.4
Photo by Mary Whalen, all rights reserved Michigan State University Museum

This quilt was inspired by another Sawtooth quilt in the collection of the Michigan State University Museum.

The Sawtooth quilt is a great opportunity to use up scrap fabric. The greater number of 2 7/8" and 6 7/8" squares you have, the "scrappier" the quilt. You may choose a more controlled fabric selection by electing to create a two color quilt or by deciding to use the same fabrics in every block.

The pattern for this reproduction can be found in Great Lakes, Great Quilts.



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