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This is one fine Triple Irish Chain antique quilt. The quilting is excellent with fine hand quilting stitches at 9 spi. The condition is great, as it really looks unused, excellent and has had one bath. I acquired it from an estate in Sayre, Oklahoma. The lady was more of a collector, so I don't think it actually was one of her family quilts. The colors of deep yellow and brown work so well together and it has a triple border of the brown, yellow and white. There's a neat brown binding that is so nicely stitched on by hand in tiny stitches. The small blocks are barley 1 1/4 inch. It displays so nicley on either a bed or a wall or many other thoughtful ways. I can't say enough about the fine workmanship of this quilt. Western Oklahoma
This stunning antique indigo and white quilt.. called Lady of the Lake.. wonderful pattern, great colors and fine quilting. The condition of this quilt is excellent, near mint. Was unwashed when purchased and has had one bath. Just a couple small spots on the border. It is all hand quilted at 10 SPI. Wonderful quilting feathers pattern in the border. The separate indigo binding is stitched on by machine. The quilt is quite large,,, accommodating one of todays bed,, size 89x89 inches. From Juniata, Pennsylvania just north of Harrisburg.
Offering this quilt called Road to California and sometimes called Jacobs Ladder. Patterns will be called differently at times depending on the region of the country. The quilt is in excellent condition and is just a 2 color quilt making it so easy to decorate with other mixed colors. The fine hand quilting is at 8-9 spi. The separate pink binding is stitched on by hand and this quilt is very usable. It was displayed in the Pink Exhibit at the Road to California Quilt Show in 2013. This quilt will also be in the Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness gallery... From Ohio.
This fabulous indigo and white Drunkards Path pattern quilt is a feast for the eyes. All the wonderful blue indigo fabrics used in this quilt, like a charm quilt of blues. The condition is excellent as it looks to be unused and has never been washed. The hand quilting is at 6-7 spi. The separate binding is stitched on by hand and neatly done. The quilt displays quite well and can be enjoyed in so many ways. Denver, Pa area.
This is one great quilt to display on a wall and also looks wonderful on a bed. The colors of green and red make this a standout. It is all hand quilted. Rockland, Massachusetts estate. (more images and information coming)
Offering this applique quilt, Oakleaf, from circa 1880's-90's of red and a fugitive green. The condition is good and the quilt has had a bath and is ready to use. Clam shell quilting pattern. This is a 9 block quilt and displays nicely. The binding, stitched on by hand has some slight wear in a few places. All hand appliqued and hand quilted at 6-7 spi. Take a good look at the nice applique stitches, as shown.. From Nacadoches, Texas area.
Offering this attractive blue and white Snowflake applique quilt. Circa 1880's. Looks like a Pennsylvania paper cut pattern. All hand quilted at a nice 8 spi and it is also hand appliqued. There are many hearts quilted for the quilting pattern and also clamshell quilting. This may have been a wedding quilt. The conditon is very good with just a couple spots as noted and some very light binding wear (shown) on 2 of the sides. This is a summer weight quilt and is light and fresh and looks wonderful as a wall quilt or great on a bed or displayed. For the binding the backing is brought to the front and hand stitched down. Bucks County, Pennsylvania
Offering this well made antique quilt, one I am unsure of the pattern , so called it a 4 Point Touching Stars or Stars and Diamonds. ( Just found a pattern similar called Kaleidoscope pattern and also Rock Garden) The condition of the quilt is mint and looks to be unused and maybe washed once. It is hand quilted at 7 SPI. Double line quilting in the diamonds. An extra nice addition with the pinwheel pieced blocks in the corners. For the binding the back is brought forward to the front and machine stitched down. This quilt is dated 1918 on the back corner on attached piece of fabric and notes "From Grandma Stark. Made after I was 95 years old. Christmas 1918." Ohio.
Offering this unusual strippie quilt with flowers appliqued and applique sawtooth or dogtooth edgeing making up the strips and border. So unusual to see the applique red and green triangles. The quilt is in very good condition. The hand quilting is at 6 spi and the applique was done by hand. The quilting is done with a light yellow thread. There's even a few French knots in the flowers. The separate red binding was stitched on by machine. I acquired this quilt in Indiana. Actually, I have another quilt similar to this pattern (it does not have the appliqued tulips in the strips as the only difference, but quilted with tulips), and it was also bought in Indiana,, so I am wondering if originated from the same area. Was most likely a published pattern. Will be listing it on the web site also. Just listed the other "mate" to this quilt,, it is Q-771 and located in Gallery 1. They are much alike , but not identical. Would make a great pair.
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 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
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 red and white antique quilt with a pattern I am unsure of, but gave it the name of Dominos and Squares, so if anyone knows the correct name, drop me a note. It is all hand quilted at 7 spi. It has a red and white border. The quilt has been washed, so is ready to use and enjoy. For the binding the back was brought forward to the front and hand stitched down. Kansas.
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.
Looking for a special quilt? Here is a great 2 color quilt with a triangles border , often called Churn Dash or Monkey Wrench or also Hole in the Barn Door. The condition is mint and unused. Fine workmanship having 10 spi of fine quilting. The quilting lines are close and is unused and had one bath, so is fresh and ready to enjoy. The separate pink binding is stitched on by hand. The quilt came from the Moore estate in Indiana.
Offeirng this attractive Drunkards Path pattern vintage quilt from the 1930's in excellent condition. It is all hand quilted at 7-8 spi. A separate pink binding is stitched on by hand. Ready to enjoy on a bed or hang on a wall or use however one wishes. Topeka , Kansas.
Offering this wonderful patterned quilt that looks so good hanging or displayed on a bed. It's a 9 Patch Variation pattern. The size is quite big, at a 86x99 inches. It is all very nicely hand quilted at 8-9 spi in little interlocking circles. The condition is excellent. Fabrics of indigos and a mourning print. Neat narrow binding formed by the back brought forward to the front and hand stitched down. From Rochester, New York.
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.
This Holmes County Ohio Amish quilt is in excellent condition, looks unused and never washed. Beautiful shade of blue and the deep black really make this quilt pop.. All hand quilted at a nice 7-8 spi. The separate blue binding is also stitched down by hand. A wonderful quilt to hang and a true piece of art.
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.
Offering this great patriotic applique quilt, called the American Eagle Quilt. It was a kit quilt offered by Paragon Needlecraft #01128. This was the colors in the kit of just gold and white.There were 2 other colors offered in this kit. A great eagle in the center of the quilt with stars surrounding and urns of flowers in the corners. The patriotic swag and stars border set off the quilt. There are roses in each claw and a branch in the beak of the eagle. It is circa 1950's and is cotton and all hand quilted at a nice 6-7 spi. It is also hand appliqued. The separate binding is stitched on by hand. The quilt is in excellent condition and has had a bath, so is ready to enjoy. It can be hung as art or displayed on a bed. What a great quilt to add to a collection. From Virginia.
Offering this attractive 8 Point Stars quilt with the small stars at the corners of the blocks, look like they are floating. It is in very good condition and is ready to enjoy. All hand quilted at 7 spi. Bound with blue binding. The quilt has a blue border on the 2 ends. A quilt that is very usable and the size is pretty generous. Oklahoma City, Ok. area...
Offering this Cactus Basket pattern quilt that is also called "Cake Stand". The quilt is in unused condition and is excellent/mint, having had a light bath and is ready to enjoy. All hand quilted at a nice 7-8 spi and the rose colored binding is also stitched on by hand. The "baskets" are a popular double pink colored fabric and the alternate blocks a nice small checked gingham fabric. The background on the baskets is a small print shirting fabric. The small blocks are only 5 1/2 inches in size. Note the one imperfect block as shown. Sometimes that was done intentionally by the quilt maker. This was due to the belief that only God was perfect. Northwest Ohio area.
This deco looking quilt has an Anne Ore pattern look and design. They have also been called computer quilts, which really fit into today with computer language. I'm not sure what it is definately called, so would love input if anyone knows. The quilt is in excellent condition and is hand quilted around each block. The blocks are approx 1 1/2 inches small. The hand quilting is at 7 spi. It is also hand bound with the back turned towards the front and stitched down. A nice 3 color quilt and is also generous in size. Mn estate. I have another on the web site of this same pattern and could be used as a pair and complement each other well. The other quilt is Rosebud #1. Take a look and thanks for shopping.
Great generous size, pattern of smaller blocks and excllent condition, make this a quilt to enjoy and add to a collection, or a great one for a first quilt. Made with solid colored fabrics, a triple border, pattern with a Deco look. The pattern reminds me of one of the Ann Ore patterns. If anyone knows for sure,, all input is appreciated. It has a rose and chain look too for the pattern. Shades of pink, green and blue were used in designing the quilt. All hand quilted at 8 spi. Hand bound too. Minneapolis , Mn. estate. I was told it came from the ladies home whom was in her 50's and it was made by her mom. There is another quilt on the web site with the same pattern, Rosebud #2. Take a look.
This vintage quilt called Path Thru the Woods is a nicely made quilt and in excellent/mint condition having an attractive pattern of small and bigger triangles and a border of triangles. Shades of a denim like blue fabric and pink on a white ground make up the colors. This is actually an old hand pieced quilt top probably from the 30's or so and then quilted later by a Mennonite/German lady from Clinton, Ok., Mrs Edith Littke, now deceased. The batting is a polyester blend and the top is cotton. The quilt has a separate binding that is hand stitched on. Hand quilted at 5-7 spi. It is clean and ready to use. Also the size of 81x95 inches is very generous and can be used on some of the bigger beds if desired.
This blue and white patterened quilt is in very good condition. All hand quilted at 6-8 spi. The piecing looks to be done by hand also . A somewhat simple looking pattern , not busy at all and pleasing to look at. The same blue fabric was used throughout. The binding, put on by hand, has been redone using old fabric. The quilt is clean and ready to enjoy or display. This pattern is called Garden Maze , but sometimes called Sun Dial. From Oklahoma.