The Nancy Page column was syndicated in many national newspapers during the 1930s. Six of these quilting patterns were published full-size, although with only one quarter of the pattern to save space. I put the pieces together to show you the completed design, but the eight original patterns are below, which might be easier to print if you’re going to need a pattern larger than normal printer paper.
Some of these designs were created for the Nancy Page series quilts, and others were associated with one-block quilts. The group is interesting because, as expected, some of them look traditional, but the Ring-on-Ring and Leaf patterns would also look wonderful on a more modern quilt.
An earlier post contains more Nancy Page quilting patterns — small advertisements for mail-away patterns that I enlarged. Click any image to enlarge.