This quilt is designed by Amy Maxfield, after the LDS Hymn "They the Builders of the Nation" (Hymn #36). "I have always loved and marveled at Pioneer stories and histories. I've wondered if I could have been a pioneer who never complained and survived the ordeal with an abiding love of God, and faith to move forward. Pioneer Day, celebrated on July 24th in Utah, has long been a favorite holiday. As a young girl, I would go to my Swedish Grandmother's house in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah and walk to the parade route on Main Street near Liberty Park. Every year I'd sit on a quilt laid out near the street. I was there with my cousins, aunts, and uncles, eating popsicles and cheering for the marching bands, the floats, and the horses. I see it clearly in my mind and what a happy memory it is. Still, I long to go to the parade every year to celebrate Pioneer Day!" Pattern has 46 pages. Sold through Quilted Sunshine on Craftsy, at the request of Amy Maxfield, with permission from the Craftsy Team. If you are unable to purchase this pattern through Craftsy, it is also available on Etsy at this link. https://www.etsy.com/shop/quiltedsunshine?ref=l2-shopheader-name BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY This pattern includes piecing, hand embroidery and applique techniques. You may choose needle turn or fusible applique. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 68" X 58"