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"GO WEST, YOUNG MAN, GO WEST" was an expression first used by John Babsone Lane Soule in the Terre Haute Express in 1851. It appealed to Horace Greeley, who rephrased it slightly in an editorial in the New York Tribune on 13 July 1865: "Go West, young man, and grow up with the country."

Not only did young men head out west, but women joined them looking for a new home of their own. Many of these women brought along their love for quilting and could be found piecing a quilt by hand as they were traveling.

This row is in honor of those early pioneers who made the long journey and brought quilting with them.  WESTWARD-SEW!


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