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They were popular in quiltmaking in the same period as the double pinks, roughly to Madder Brown Madder dyes come from the roots of the madder plant, also known as rubia, and along with walnut shells, clay, and certain woods, were used to dye quilt fabrics brown from the eighteenth century onward. Madder browns often appeared in prints with browns of various hues. Early quilts usually were constructed by adding border strips to a large, central fabric panel, giving the bedcover a framed effect. Two other early quilt types are linsey-woolsey and white work.

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