Offering this nice usable embroidered flowers in a pot vintage quilt. There is some accents of yellow embroidered around the flower pots. The quilt is in decent condition and is all hand quilted at 7-8 spi. The quilt has been used, but still has lots of life left. There is some wearing on the top edge and some wear on the yellow binding and a few slight age related spots. Nicely quilted in the alternate blocks of yellow. A nice border too. The quilt has been washed and is ready to enjoy. From northwest Oklahoma.
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 wonderful patterned quilt,,, Flying Geese quilt is in excellent condition and looks not to have been used. Actually the top appears to be from the 1880's and was probably machine quilted in the1920's or so and then it appears someone added a binding facing on the back edge, which is on one side been taken off as shown. It cound easily be rebound with more appropriate fabric. It has wonderful fabrics in making the top and has a good design. So look at the images ,,, and it also has nice, thin old cotton batting. If you love old fabrics,,, this is a super quilt and a good example of old machine quilting , as was often done. Illinois
Offering this unusual version of what is not a typical Sunbonnet Sue applique pattern quilt. She is bending over a bit, just picking flowers! Note all the great expressions on her face by the use of embroidery! The condition of the quilt is very good. It is all hand quilted at 4-6 spi and hand embroidered. She's quite a conversation piece. A generous size of 75x90. The separate yellow binding is stitched on by hand. Note the neat unbrella fabric used for the sashing. From the Raymond Schultz estate, Cordell, Oklahoma. A very usable 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...
Offering this mint condition, looks unused, vintage cotton Double Wedding Ring pattern machine quilted quilt. The pattern is a small scale ring pattern and there are also quilting dots to which one could have quilted by. The machine quilting is done in straight lines. The front is turned to the back and machine stitched down. A very nice usable quilt and has an attractive pattern. Cheater fabric or printed patchwork as it is often called means the pattern is printed on the fabric and it is not pieced other than the bigger pieces at the seams. West Virginia
Offering this 2 color Vermont Basket quilt that was made using an earlier pumpkin colored print. The condition of the quilt is very good with just some binding wear on the top edge and a few slight spots as shown. From the late 1800's and has several interesting quilting patterns. It is all hand quilted at 8-9 spi. The separate binding was stitched on by hand. The baskets are pieced and the handles are appliqued. Nice workmanship and displays well. From Vermont.
Offering this very usable vintage quilt, Churn Dash or also called Hole in the Barn Door. The quilt is in excellent contition and is ready to enjoy. It is all hand quilted. The quilt although looks to be from the 1930's, has blocks that appear to be older, more like 1890's fabrics of indigos and shirtings, so may have been a generational quilt. Or the blocks may have been done by someone and then put together in the 30's with fabrics of the time.
Offering this original size, 14 x 19 inches, small blue and white doll quilt. It is in excellent condition. It feels like there's a thin flannel blanket used for batting and there is no quilting, just the filler, backing and the pieced top. All old and a neat pattern.
Offering this well made Grandmothers Fan quilt. It is hand quilted at a nice 7-8 spi. This is a quilt top from the circa 1930's and it was finished later, being quilted later than the 1930's, probably in the 1940's-50's or so. It feels like a cotton batting. It was nicely finished and has a separate yellow binding that was stitched on by hand. Condition is excellent and is ready to use and enjoy. Be sure and look at all the pictures, as the colors are truest in the last images. Texas.
Offering this Signature Friendship or Album quilt, I call this an Album Block pattern. The condition is good, as it has some fading and a couple tiny minor wear spots. It is all hand quilted at 6-7 spi. The separate wine colored binding was stitched on by hand. Some of the names on the quilt include W Prock, M Prock, R Goodnight, J Fenton, M Ballard, W McKiney, V Circle, M Stewart, E Hardesty, J Robenson, O Short, T Pfaff, L Fox, M McKiney and many more. It is also dated 1911. Acquired in Kansas.
Offering this usable Triple Irish Chain pattern quilt. It is in good condition, has been washed and is ready to use. Hand quilted at 5 spi. The replaced old vintage feedsack fabric binding is stitched on by hand.There's a couple age spots, but overall the quilt really looks nice and is priced to enjoy. Kansas