Offering this fantastic Tulip Applique Quilt Top with the most unusual border. The top has a very folk art appeal. The border is so different, so take a look. The condition is excellent other than some slight migration of color on one corner, as shown. All the applique is done by hand. It displays so graphically and could be used as is or quilted. I have had alot of quilt tops and this one is definitely on the rare side. Rochester, New York.
Offering this popular pattern, called Double Irish Chain. This is a quilt top. Nicely hand pieced. Note the maker used the same indigo throughout. Circa 1890's.
Offering this fantastic Pinwheels Quilt top. Excellent condition and there's such a great variety of old fabrics. Look at the images and enjoy. Looks like it's all hand pieced too. Montville, Ct. estate.
This is a charm like antique quilt top, Pyramids. The variety of fabrics in this top is fabulous. They look to range from 1870's to 1890's. Very good condition and hand pieced. Kansas estate. If you love old fabrics, take a look at this top!
Offering this very nice Honeycomb quilt top that is in very good condition. There are 2 pieces of red polka dot blocks that have popping of a white dot. It is hand pieced and is ready to quilt or use just the way it is. What a great one patch pattern. So many fabrics used in making this top. Several feedsack fabrics used in making the top.
Offering this extraordinary antique quilt top made of cigarette/tobacco flannel premiums. Such a huge collection and sampling of flannel printed blocks all stitched together making a fantastic quilt top. Many of the flannels are Indian patterns and several flags, about 60, making up the center panel. Some of the patterns symbolize Indian blankets and Oriental rugs with wonderful geometric patterns. There's a few, about 5 or so blocks near the bottom edge that have some bleeding of color. Otherwise the condition is excellent. There's approximately 235 blocks or flannels in all making up the top. A true piece of Americana and one so many collectors can enjoy and add to several categories of collecting. Massachusetts.
Offering this multicolor prints vintage 1930's Hexagons quilt top. some feed or flour sack fabrics.. Like a charm top, not sure if any repeats! Indiana
Offering this attractive applique Rose Wreath quilt top that is in very good condition. circa 1880'-90's
This visual Tumbling Blocks or Baby Blocks vintage quilt top is in excellent condition. It is all hand pieced. Made with strong solids of red, white and blue fabrics that appear to be circa 1940's. It also has a triple border of the 3 colors. Sometimes solids can be harder to date, but feel this is probably a World War II quilt. This is one of the pieces that were exhibited in the America Collects-Patriotic Quilts in Houston, Tx. 2010 that came out of my collection. The top was board mounted and displayed well. It's a nice top to keep as is or can be quilted. Acquired in New Mexico.
This whimsey applique quilt top, known as The Flowering Almond, is in very good condition. It is all hand appliqued and hand pieced on the border. This patttern has a revival feel , of quilts earlier, with thoughts of the Revival period. The pattern is also called Chestnut Berry. It's a pattern from the periodical "Comforts Applique and Patchwork -Rivival of Old Time Patchwork (1921 or 1922), per notes of Barbara Brackman. A wonderful top to enjoy as is or it can be quilted.
This generous sized Double Irish Chain quilt top is in very good condition. It is unwashed. Machine pieced. There is a triple border of pink and white on 3 sides of the top. The size of 81x98 is large enough for many of todays beds. Can be used as is or quilted. Ohio
This Double 9 Patch quilt top is in excellent condition with just a couple minute spots. Unwashed and unused. Nicely hand pieced and a good shade of orange, call it cheddar or pumpkin. Can be quilted or a nice top to enjoy as it is. The single blocks are only 13/8ths inches in size. The way the pattern is set and leaves the edge with a half block making a neat border. From New York.