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Reconciliation Quilt Puzzle


Piece together a 19th century textile masterpiece without a single piece of thread! This 300 piece puzzle is an artfully constructed adaptation of The Reconciliation Quilt, which is a 40 block post-war quilt crafted by Lucinda Ward Honstain in 1867. An American wife and mother, Honstain lived on a farm in Brooklyn, New York during and after the Civil War. Themes of connection, hope, community, healing, and family are depicted in the quilt, which is now part of the collection of the International Quilt Study Center & Museum at Quilt House in Lincoln, Nebraska. A similar 19th century Baltimore Album Quilt crafted by members of the Old Otterbein Church in Maryland can be found in the Winterthur Museum Collection. Imported.

• Reconciliation Quilt 300pc Puzzle is a fun activity for children and adults! Larger pieces and bright colors are great for kids!
• Image on puzzle is Lucinda Ward Honstain's Reconciliation Quilt, 1867.
• Contains small pieces. Not for use by children under 3 years old.
• Made of sturdy cardboard materials, imported.
• 300 interlocking pieces.
• Finished puzzle measures: 20" x 20"

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