Love of Quilting

TRUNK SHOW MANY PATHS, ONE QUILT BLOCK TRUNK SHOW with PEPPER CORY

Renowned quilt author and teacher Pepper Cory remembers the first quilt top she ever purchased, and she remembers the first quilt she ever made on her own a few years later. Both were Drunkard’s Path quilts.

In the early 1970s, during her final year of college at Michigan State University, Cory attended an auction near Lansing, Michigan. When an unfinished pink-white-and-black quilt top was held up, Cory recognized the Drunkard’s Path pattern she had recently become familiar with thanks to the classic book, by Ruby McKim. “I thought as I looked

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