Little House on the Prairie
When Laura Ingalls Wilder published the first Little House on the Prairie books in 1932, a touchstone of American tradition was born. Decades later, Little House on the Prairie became a defining TV show for generations of Americans.
It also inspired new generations to learn to quilt.
From the pilot episode, the show featured quilts that were essential in the lives of the characters we all grew to love. With little House, we got back to our roots, and we began to find our passion for quilting. Even today, we still quilt with fabrics and patterns inspired by the frontier lifestyle, and our uniquely American form of expression.
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Grafton ND 58237,