This bundle includes 40 ten inch squares from the Treenware & Berries collection by Pam Buda for Marcus Fabrics. The fabric was inspired by Pam's personal collection of early American Treenware. The term refers to any household item that was made, carved, or whittled from wood... in essence from a "tree" Think... household items made from a tree. Pam explains further that "Early American Treenware is plentiful and easily found in antique shops. Some items are very affordable, others are much more expensive. Most common are cutting boards, plain and fancy, spoons, ladles, paddles, butter presses, bowls, plates, dough bowls, rolling pins, highly sought after noodle boards, graters, and innumerable kitchen utensils." This collection of 10" squares was used by Pam when she created the quilts in her Tokens of the Past: Spice Box pattern.