Here are 10 matching quilt squares dating from the Depression Era. The quilt squares are 100% cotton, a mixture of calico, gingham, and unbleached muslin. The gingham is the newest fabric. The calicoes date from the late 19th century. This is not unusual; a quiltmaker's scrap bag could hold fabrics dating back to the time of her mother. These squares vary in size a little, from 13" to 14" square. All are hand-pieced. The seams have been ironed flat. There is some brown discoloration due to age on the unbleached muslin. Otherwise, these squares are in excellent vintage condition and odorless. These squares have a distinct country look. They could make an interesting quilt if one cared to do the work to finish it. These quilt squares are from a Chicago area estate.