The people of Swit-zer-land were not always free and happy as they are to-day. Many years ago a proud tyrant, whose name was Gessler, ruled over them, and made their lot a bitter one indeed. One day this tyrant set up a tall pole in the pub... Read more of THE STORY OF WILLIAM TELL at Stories Poetry.comInformational Site Network Informational
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MRS. PERKINS'S QUILT.





(Patchwork Puzzles)
It will be seen that in this case the square patchwork quilt is built up
of 169 pieces. The puzzle is to find the smallest possible number of
square portions of which the quilt could be composed and show how they
might be joined together. Or, to put it the reverse way, divide the
quilt into as few square portions as possible by merely cutting the
stitches.


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