Antique / Vintage Quilt BLOCKS
Antique and vintage quilt blocks. What do you do with them?? Often they are bought to set together like they would
have been in times past. "Old quilts" can be recreated with old quilt blocks using good reproduction fabric or locating
some old fabric to sash them with. They can be appliqued onto other fabric. They are often framed or made into crafts.
They can be put in a quilt top with other different patterened blocks making a sampler quilt. Some collect just for the
sake of collecting and many buy for the wonderful old fabrics used. Sometimes they are purchased just because the
pattern is unusual. Designers buy with thoughts of recreating or just getting ideas. Some are bought because they
remind one of "grandma's quilts" or maybe that special dress or apron from years ago. Sometimes they are used for the
repair of another old quilt and the fabrics are "just right" for the repair. And then,,, there are some of us that just
like to add to our "stash" of old textiles!!
Great blocks with wonderful fabrics. Madders, green, mustard, etc... the colors aren't coming out the best on these images
Set of 30, mostly paper pieced with the paper still attached on the majority of the blocks. Great use of feedsack fabrics. Price is for the set.
Nice small scale set of 9 patch blocks. Neat hand piecing. Price is for 24 blocks.
Wonderful set of pinwheel quilt blocks- red and green prints. Hand and machine pieced. Circa 1880'-90's. Price is for the set of 27 blocks.
Bowtie Quilt Blocks-24 total(qb-246) Circa 1890-1910, size 7x7 inches. Hand and machine pieced.
Tree of Life Quilt Blocks(qb-241) Circa 1880's, size 12x12. 4 blocks