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Our collection of the best quilting supplies, fabric, and notions keeps growing all of the time. Constantly updated, you'll find all the great products we've added within the last month here. Check back often!


Children at the Hearth
Eat your way back in time and enter the world of American children as they lived 150 years ago. Sample foods, folklore and games found in the parlors of the wealthy, the boarding houses of the working class, and the cabins on the western frontier. Children at the Hearth is filled with 19th Century cooking, manners and games. Includes over 60 vintage photos plus historic recipes like cat head biscuits, sugar plums and hobo mulligan stew. Learn to make snow candles and snow taffy, tell Appalachian ghost stories and play roley hole and jack straws. Author: Barbara Swell; Native Ground Books; softcover 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"; 72 pages.

Price: $9.99    
 


Early American Cookery
This amazing piece of folk history was originally published in 1896 amidst a colonial revival frenzy that swept America's eastern seaboard in the 1890s. Determined to preserve American colonial cooking, Margaret Hooker collected quaint and curious recipes and remedies that appear to have come from old and reliable sources ranging form the mid-1700s to mid-1800s. Her 266 original illustrations of cooking utensils give us a glimpse of colonial America as seen through the eyes of a young artist and teacher of 1896. Recipes, beauty secrets, etiquette, candle making and household hints are included. Written in 18th century long S style print. Author: Margaret Huntington Hooker; Native Ground Books; softcover 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"; 248 pages.

Price: $18.99    
 


Secrets of the Great Old Timey Cooks
Reminisce about simpler times as four 20th Century mountain pioneer women share their cooking secrets. These old-time cooks stir in their own wisdom and tales of growing up on rural farms, where they prepared delicious meals by lantern light on wood cook stoves. Included are heirloom recipes, proverbs, folk remedies, 80 vintage photos, 19th century rhymes and stories. Author: Barbara Swell; Native Ground Books; softcover 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"; 72 pages.

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1st American Cookie Lady
In 1917, Anna "Cookie" Covington set out to record all of her favorite cookie recipes as a gift to her daughter because no published cookie recipe books existed at the time. Strangely, her 76 page handwritten personal cooking diary was never delivered to her daughter as planned. 88 years later, the unused diary fell into the hands of food historian Barbara Swell, who recognized it as perhaps the earliest collection of American cookie recipes, dating from the mid-1880s through World War I. The book includes 221 recipes recorded from 1917-1920 along with adaptations for modern kitchens, vintage graphics and photos, World War I food shortage recipes, plus curiosities of cookie baking history. Author: Barbara Swell; Native Ground Books; softcover 6" x 9"; 152 pages.

Price: $18.99    
 


A Garden Supper Tonight
What shall we do with all the garden harvest we've acquired? This book provides a practical solution. Have a seat on the old front porch glider while we string a mess of pole beans for a garden feast tonight. We'll have the same in-season supper our great grandmothers fixed back in 1895 when food was food, raised close to home and made from scratch for family and friends every day. Garden Supper Tonight contains vintage economical seasonal recipes, food curiosities, and timeless advice on all things home and gardening. Author: Barbara Swell; Native Ground Books; softcover 6" x 9"; 152 pages.

Price: $18.99    
 


Mama's in the Kitchen
Weird and Wonderful Home Cooking 1900-1950. Here are the stories and recipes of mothers and grandmothers as they cooked their way through two world wars, food shortages, and the Great Depression. This cookbook chronicles how household gadgets dramatically changed the lives of women forever. It takes you into the kitchens of young housewives who whipped up cherry chiffon pies and other goodies. Lured by glossy product advertisements, these women were seduced into thinking that a green wiggly dessert would add glamour and romance to their lives. The book takes both a serious and humorous look at women in a changing world. Author: Barbara Swell; Native Ground Books; softcover 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"; 72 pages.

Price: $9.99    
 


Amelia in Summer Quilt Block
Amelia in Summer quilt block kit is a 6" block that is part of the Sunshine and Stitches 2018 shop hop. Available free when you come into Grandma's Attic any time between June 2-16, 2018, the quilt block kit, which includes all the fabric you need, is also available by mail. Price includes $1.00 shipping

Price: $6.00    
 


Amelia in Summer Mini Wall Quilt Kit
Summer has arrived and Amelia the Cat can't wait to start her summer fun. A trip to the beach, visiting local neighbors at a refreshing pond, and a summer picnic watching the fireworks are definitely on her calendar this season! Designed by Cheryl Libby for Grandma's Attic, this small wall quilt celebrates all the fun that our festive summer adventures provide. The fabric you need to complete the top and the binding is included in this kit. Finished size: 9.5" x 22".

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Amelia in Spring Mini Wall Quilt Kit
It's Spring Time and Amelia the Cat is enjoying the delights of the season. Designed by Cheryl Libby for Grandma's Attic, Amelia in Spring features a curious kitty in three poses--climbing a tree, chasing butterflies, and smelling the flowers along the garden gate. This small wall quilt will breeze into your heart with that zesty appeal of a lovely spring day! All of the fabric you need to complete the top and the binding is included in this kit. Finished size: 9.5" x 22".

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Amelia in Autumn Mini Wall Quilt Kit
It's Harvest Time and Amelia the Cat is enjoying the delights of the season. Designed by Cheryl Libby for Grandma's Attic, Amelia in Autumn features kitty in three poses--at the pumpkin patch, overseeing the apple picking and corn harvest, and basking in the sun on her favorite hay bale. All of the fabric you need to complete the top and the binding is included in this kit. Finished size: 9.5" x 22".

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