Offering this graphic eyecatching original crib quilt of Stars with Stars Border or Texas Star. It is in good condition having a couple spots as shown and really shows no wear. The binding is in good condition and it stitched on by hand. The quilting is done by hand at 7 spi. From a few feet, the spots mainly on the border, are hard to see. It displays well and is a wonderful pattern. Colors of purple/lavender, green and yellow on a white ground makes this an attractive quilt. It could be used as a wall quilt or even framed...
Nice original antique crib quilts like this don't come along every day. Offering this unused 8 Point Stars crib quilt that appears to not to have been used and has never been washed. A wonderful selection of fabrics used to make this quilt and other than slight age/storage spot in the double pink sashing as shown, this quilt would be mint. All nicely hand quilted at 7-8 spi and for the binding the beautiful brown print fabric was brought from the back and hand stitched down on the front. If you love early fabrics and quilts from this time period, this might work for you. A great size, 36x43, to hang and has so many possibilities. Connecticut
This knockout crib or small size quilt in in good condition. The 2 colors of just solids of blue and pink really make this quilt stand out. It is all hand quilted at 6 spi. The separate pink binding has a few light places of beginning wear. There's some slight light wear on the backside, as shown, and a couple tiny nicks on the front. Lots of quilting on this crib quilt! This quilt is stunning for a display quilt. Oklahoma City, Ok. estate.
This attractive red and white pattern quilt, I call 4 Point Stars,,, or have found a pattern similar to World Without End so calling it a variation, so not sure of exact pattern name. It is in excellent condition. Hand pieced and all hand quilted at a nice 7 spi. The separate binding is stitched on by hand. The scale of the pattern is appealing,, as it makes a great wall quilt if desired or also looks nice on a bed. On the backside of the quilt, for the backing, used is a Nashville, Tn flour sackinig fabric with the advertising still visible. Champaign, Illinois estate.
Offering this extra nice Hands All Around crib quilt from the 1930's. Size is 42x55. The conditon is very good. All hand quilted at 7 spi. Note all the small pieces and that is an original crib size. The separate pink binding is stitched on by hand. Nice soft shades of pink, yellow and green for the pattern on a white ground. The quilt came from the Alvin and Caroline Nuckolls estate in Oklahoma City. I have quite a bit of the background/provenance on the family to be included with the quilt. Oklahoma
This is one charming doll or small crib sized quilt, size 19x25, called a 9 Patch on Point quilt. Note the neat double border of pink and green and the pink hand stitched binding. All hand quilted at 7-8 spi. The condition is excellent and it is clean. The backing is a nice shade of yellow. These nice pieced doll quilts don't come around often in this condition. Displays well too.
This true small scale or minature Trip Around the World pattern crib or wall size quilt is in mint-excellent condition. Looks to be unused and may have been washed once. The size of the small blocks are 7/8 of an inch. All hand quilted at 7 spi and quilted by the block. The wonderful edge finished by doing a knife style edge. All hand whipped edging. A wonderful selection of 1930's prints and solids, so well put together. Some of the fabrics are novelty fabrics. Paris, Illinois
This youth or crib size quilt looks to be in excellent condition. A quilt of 9 blocks embroidered of different whimsical animals. Nicely hand quilted at 7 spi and there's a separate blue bindng that is stitched on by hand. Set with blue and blue backing. A couple slight spots that could wash out. The quilt has been washed at some time, so can be used and washed carefully as it's a very usable sturdy quilt.
This charming childs crib quilt,,, an applique with a central theme of the mother bear putting the baby bear to bed? All hand quilted at 7-8 spi and hand appliqued. The condition is excellent. This was a kit quilt. The separate blue binding was stitched on by hand. Ready to enjoy...
This is such a cute Kittens and Puppies Embroidered quilt. The condition is very good with a slight small corner tear in a block, shown. The expression of the eyes and the bow add to the pattern. All hand quilted at 8 spi. The separate blue binding is stitched on by hand. Makes a great gift for those that love vintage or a wonderful keepsake for a child. Not sure of the pattern company, as this may have been a kit or transfer pattern quilt, but so nicely made and circa 1930's. Thanks to some discussion among quilt researchers, decided it was both puppies and kittens!! So no favoritisim here!!
Offering this crib or youth quilt with lots of family history. The 2 color quilt, Kings Crown, is in excellent condition and looks to be really not used, but has had a bath. All hand quilted at 5 spi. Quilted by the piece. The separate blue binding was stitched on by hand. A great size to display or use as a wall hanging.
From the Alvin and Carolyn Nuckolls estate in Oklahoma City, Ok. As I was told at the estate sale, the family owned Nuckolls Drilling, Round House Overalls( a dry goods store in Shawnee, Ok) and a car dealership at different times in their lives. Alvin lived in Shawnee, Ok then Oklahoma City. They moved to Oklahoma City in the 1970's. Also they may have lived in Stroud. Carolyn's mother, who was Mrs Fouchee collected quilts and as I was told paid ladies in the Stroud area to make quilts in the 1920's-30's to help them out in the hard times. More information will be provided with the quilt. Oklahoma City, Ok. estate
Offering this darling crib of puppies and kittens appliqued with a green border. The animals were hand appliqued using a button hole stitch. Note the detail on the faces of the puppies and kittens. The condition is excellent, unused and washed once and is ready to enjoy or use. Nice hand quilting at 9 spi and even some of the pencil lines still show, so this quilt really hasn't had use and was probably stored. Crosshatch quilting. For the binding the backing was brought forward to the front and hand stitched down. What a nice baby shower gift. Illinois
Offering this great western themed pictorial crib quilt from the 1950's, Round Up Time. Depicting 2 children and their horses at the ranch with their dog. The quilt is in very good condition and has been washed, so is ready to use and enjoy. All ahnd quilted at 6-7 spi. It is also hand embroidered and hand appliqued. The separate red binding is stitched on by hand. This was a 1950's kit quilt and was a very popular pattern. It took alot of work to finish one of these quilts. This was one of a pair, but selling separate.
Offering from this collection, a pattern called Delectable Mountains crib/wall quilt. It is in mint unused condition. Made by Betty Jo Haines, quilted by Bonnie Hale and binding was done by L Schrock. It is all hand quilted at a nice 7 spi and the separate binding was stitched on by hand. Great plaid fabrics and a border to set off the pattern. Love the teal green border and sashing. Perfect for a room, office, bath area with good ventilation or so many ways to use this quilt. I just hung this in the laundry room for the time being!! Hydro, Ok.
Offering this original crib quilt, Springtime Blossoms. The pink and white small quilt has fabrics of double pink and a small scale shirting print. The quilt is in excellent condition, having a couple spots in the one corner, as shown. It shows no wear. It has old machine quilting, probably using a treadle machine. I love the way the quilting was done, as the maker machine quilted in the ditch and then again within the pieces, then did diamonds in the border. The binding was turned from the front and machine stitched down. Very possibly made by a young girl. Many of these early small quilts were a childs first start of quilt making. From central Illinois.
Offering this original pink and white childs doll or crib size quilt, a Square in a Square or I call it squares and triangles. This 1930's quilt is machine quilted and is in very good condition with some slight wear on the binding in a few places. It is clean and ready to display and enjoy. For the binding the back was brought forward to the front and machine stitched down. Great for a wall hanging too... Illinois
This charming crib quilt of embroidered Ducks holding flowers and Bears riding a tricycle is in excellent condition. It is clean and ready to enjoy. It is all hand quilted at a nice 7-8 spi and also the embroidery is stitched by hand. The binding was done in the knife edge style. Set with a solid pink fabric and colorful threads for the ducks and bears. This was probably a stamped pattern and may have been a Wonder Art Company pattern. Missouri..
Offering this delightful vintage quilt, a pictorial of a young cowboy and cowgirl riding their horses and the dog and calf and other scenes depicting western life. Also in the corner with applique and some embroidery is a tepee and , in addition ot the cactus and fence, Indian child holding a pot and much more. The details are great. The quilt is in excellent condition. It is all hand quilted at a nice 8 spi. The applique is done by hand and nice embroidered accents of flowers and grass. This was a kit quilt from the 1950's with a theme so popular today too. The separate red binding is stitched on by hand. The quilt has had a bath so is ready to use and enjoy or display in so many ways.
Offering this nice blue and white block pattern quilt called Burgoyne Surrounded and it also looks like the Mountain Mist pattern called Homespun. The condition is excellent, looks unused and unwashed. All hand quilted on a diagonal at a nice 7-8 spi. The blue binding is the blue backing fabric brought forward to the front and hand stitched down. There's a couple shades of white/offwhite in the blocks. A wonderful wall quilt. Also a good quilt for a collection of crib quilts. This size quilt is harder to find,, not really big enough for a bed unless used for color or single bed or day bed, but great to display with as the size will work for many walls. Also looks good draped over a cabinet or back of sofa. I can see it over an entry way table or top of stair case landing or over a rail! The quilt came from a ladies estate who was in her 80's and this was several years ago. From Little River, Kansas.
This Churn Dash vintage quilt is in mint/excellent condition, as it looks to be unused and was stored. Unwashed and clean and ready to use. The scale of the pattern is on the smaller scale. It is all hand quilted at 8-9 spi. It also looks to be hand pieced. The separate binding is stitched down by hand, all done by hand. The backing looks to be a pretty flowery feedsack fabric. The fabric between the blocks also looks to be feedsack fabric in florals in a small scale print. This popular pattern is also called Hole in the Barn Door and Monkey Wrench. A very usable quilt. Acquired in Missouri.
Pictorial Childrens Donkey and Cart- Playtime pattern, a Progress kit- circa 1940's, size 48x68. Condition is excellent on this applique youth or crib size quilt. A fun theme with the donkey pulling the cart with the child and mother and along side is the dog, the chicken and the flowers by the roadside.The man appears to be leading the donkey and a young boy riding the donkey. Above is the house with trees and flowers and then the whole design is framed by flowers in the corners. It is finished with a red binding. Lots of detail. In addition to the applique is the use of embroidery. This is a kit quilt, as there are faint dots for the quilting. I am unsure of the company who carried this pattern. ( Recently, 9-2012, had a nice email from lady, this is called Playtime and is a Progress Kit pattern. ) It is beautifully hand quilted and hand appliqued. Quilting is at 8 SPI.