This Nancy Cabot version of VINEYARD was published on May 25, 1937 in the Chicago Tribune. The design is illustrated also in Jinny Beyer's full-color QUILTER'S ALBUM OF PATCHWORK PATTERNS (see p.210-3).
Cabot's notes state the following:
"VINEYARD is an old New England pieced block which was popular with the beginning quilt makers because of the extreme simplicity in setting the patches together. Squares and rectangles are the two types of patches used, and these hold no terrors for the tyros who are able to sew a straight seam. Green, yellow, and white form a soft color arrangement. The quilt also may be pieced in any of the grape shades. The block is large, measuring 15 inches square and only 42 blocks are required for a quilt which measures 90x105 when completed."