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Beige and Blue Squares. Made from wider strips cut into squares. Amie McDaniel worked at Belcraft Chenille 1940s and 1950s. Late 1940s Belcraft had contract that required trimming several inches off each piece of colored fabric. They sold these strips to employees for 10 a pound. Amie bought 100 pounds and made enough quilts to keep most of Murray County warm. Owned by Herman McDaniel

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