Sunbonnet Sue Visits Quilt in a Dayby Eleanor Burns, Debbie Smith
The universal appeal of children busy at work and at play was captured by the illustrator Kate Greenaway at the turn of the century. Her designs in books and magazines brought these fanciful children into homes around the country. It was another artist, Bertha Corbett, who christened them with the name Sunbonnet, and declared that it wasn’t necessary to show the face when displaying emotions. She illustrated the book, Sunbonnet Babies, which became the basis for the idea that quiltmakers now recognize.
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Has great easy instructions. Although it only contains a few patterns they are great because you can move their feet and hands into a diffrent pose without having to change the shape. And the detailed intructions teach you how to make a quilt that can last a long time without comming apart.
Super easy directions and templates....