It's interesting, and a nice addition to a quilter's library, but for an actual reference book on patterns, Malone's book, which references McKim, is 1000 times better.Published 14 days ago by S. Slopes
Very disappointed in this book because it is promoted as many 101 Patterns, however there are only pictures and a history of the block but not directions on how to make the block. Read morePublished 17 months ago by grundy
Am enjoying the book. Can hardly wait to have the time to try some of the blocks. Needed three more words!Published on August 8, 2012 by Paula R.
CHECKED THIS BOOK OUT AT THE LIBRARY YEARS AGO. DID NOT REMEMBER THE AUTHOR. SIMPLY THRILLED TO FIND IT REMADE ANEW. A PERFECT RESOURCE FOR MY QUILTING BUSINESS. Read morePublished on June 28, 2010 by helen
If I had looked through this book in a shop I wouldn't have bought it. Didn't realise it was first published so long ago and all blocks are paper pieced. No colour pictures.Published on June 4, 2008 by Di
Fine collection of patterns from the 30s by a Quilting Hall of Fame quilter. Ruby McKim inspired a generation.Published on January 18, 2008 by Love to Quilt