Antique/vintage/collectible quilts, quilt tops, quilt blocks and other quilt speciality items are available for your shopping convenience at Cindy's Antique Quilts, owner Cindy Rennels. Be sure to go to the home page to locate the selections. The home page link is found at the bottom of each page.
Also,, layaway is always available and no fees attached. Please feel free to ask about our no interest, "easy to own an antique quilt" plan. Antique and vintage quilts make great gifts, ones that can be enjoyed and cherished for years. Be sure and click on the images/thumbnails for more pictures and close ups of the quilt.
If you're looking for a quilt with graphics, this is it!,, Wonderful pattern that is so desirable. Love the border too. The quilt is all hand quilted at 7 spi and looks to be hand pieced. A fantastic quilt to hang. The separate cheddar binding is whipped down by hand. So we can call this orange/ mustard or maybe a cheddar! and green. Looks clean and ready to enjoy, such a visual quilt.. Could be used in a comtemporary home, a very art quilt! Kansas City, Ks area.
Offering this early Peony Applique quilt that is in excellent condition. Virtually unused and has had one bath. This is a pieced and applique quilt. It is hand quilted at 6-7 spi. The pattern also might be considered a Carolina Lily. So unusual is in the alternate blocks a stem and leaves appliqued. Wondered if the maker just didn't want a plain block and decided to put in that extra. Heavy quilting done in the Baptist fan style. Set in blocks with a green sashing. The separate green binding is stitched on by hand. There's an initial E stitched on the backside, but no other information to add, other than it was acquired in Pennslyvania.
Miniature Rainbow Hexagons Quilt 3/4 INCH (q-275) Circa 1920's-30's, size 78x102. The condition of this fabulous quilt is excellent, looks unused. The small hand pieced and hand quilted pieces that make up this awesome quilt just make me want to know the person that made this quilt. It came from an estate in Wentworth, Mo. and with some research, found it was made by Pearl Davidson. There are approximately 12,320 pieces in the quilt. All hand quilted at 9 spi. The small hexagons are only 3/4 inch and the side of each hexagon is less than an 1/2 inch. The separate tiny binding is hand whipped on. A real treasure and a special quilt. It is such a treat for the eyes with the use of solid cottons, making a field of hexagons. Lots of visual appeal. Missouri estate.