Betsey Telford-Goodwin's Rocky Mountain Quilts 130 York Street York Village, Maine 03909 207-363-6800

Antique Quilts on Sale & Quilts Under $900

The antique and vintage quilts in this category have one major thing in common - they are all priced under $1,000 and are wonderful finds for new and experienced collectors alike. Quilts in a wide range of designs from traditional to folk art, and sizes from extra large to sweetly diminutive, can be found here. As with all of our antique and vintage quilts, every quilt on this page is guaranteed for value, dating and condition.

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Q7096 Grandmother’s Flower Garden
Q7096 Grandmother’s Flower Garden
c.1928
72 x 84
IL
SOLD

This classic quilt in the Grandmother’s Flower Garden pattern contains a fun assortment of florals, plaids and calico fabrics from the 1920’s. Each hexagon measures 3/4 inch per side, or 1 5/8 inches across. Created from vibrant and happy prints this beautiful textile is in excellent condition. It has been lovingly hand pieced and hand quilted in outline stitching. The artistic use of color and variety of patterns only add to the visual impact and are a testament to the care taken while creating this piece.

A lovely soft green, the same color used for all flower centers, frames this piece as an applied 1/2 inch scalloped binding. The backing is the same white cotton used for the front of the quilt.

This is a lovely example of the Grandmother’s Flower Garden pattern and would be a wonderful addition to any collection. For use on your bed or as art for your wall. This quilt has been professionally hand washed by Betsey and appears unused. Remember, all our quilts are sent on approval to review in your home prior to a purchase decision.

Q9072 Rob Peter to Pay Paul
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Q9072 Rob Peter to Pay Paul
c.1925
70 x 87 inches
Maine
$650

Unusual pumpkin orange quilt. Hand and machine pieced, hand quilted. 6-1/2 inch blocks. The binding is turned over from back to front and machine stitched. The maker's name is available upon sale. There is some fading on one corner. Professionally hand washed by Betsey. Always sent on approval.



BTG32 Double 9 patch Irish Chain Quilt
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BTG32 Double 9 patch Irish Chain Quilt
c.1928
68 x 80 inches
Oklahoma
$900

Packed away, never used or washed until now...This unused condition raspberry pink calico is comprised of a miniature print that reminds me of a pool ball....or baseball or field hockey ball, etc. The entire quilt has been machine pieced and lovingly hand quilted. The outside 3-1/4” border is comprised of three 1” strips ...2 raspberry pink and one white..then edged with a white 1/4” machine applied binding. The 11” pieced blocks are comprised of five 9 patch blocks created from 1-1/4” squares. The joining 11” white blocks are all cross hatched in a 3/4” beautifully executed with diagonal grid quilting. The overall feel is springlike and cheery. Organically hand washed and ready to be sent for your approval.





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Q9122 Schoolhouse Quilt
c.1920
66 x 80 inches
New England
$900

This happy schoolhouse quilt was created during the early part of the last century and is comprised of 30 blocks each measuring approximately 10” square. Each schoolhouse block is joined with a 3” white sashing. Some of the fabrics used for the schoolhouse are from the 19th century. This quilt is a fun red, white and blue schoolhouse with unusual purple chimneys and a reverse appliqued window in the front door. A 1/4” applied binding edges the quilt. All of the quilt pieces are joined by machine. All of the quilting is executed by hand in an outline and diagonal design. Organically hand washed and ready to be sent for your approval. Please ask for more details.



q9113 Four Patch Irish Chain
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Q9113 Four Patch Irish Chain
c.1855
65 x 78 inches
Pennsylvania
$650

This very graphic red and white quilt has wonderful piecing and unsophisticated quilting. This quilt was finished with a turned over binding found frequently in Pennsylvania. Meticulously machine pieced creating fantastic graphics. Quilting stitches uneven. It was not unusual to find women who enjoyed piecing and not quilting, and visa versa. I think this quilt may have been made by two people or one person with special talents.... Organically hand washed and ready for your approval at home.



Q6404 Rose Applique Quilt
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Q6404 Rose Applique Quilt
c.1940
72 x 88 inches
New England
Original Price: $1,100
Sale Price: $650

Because of the large dimensions and the fact that this quilt can be used in either direction, it will fit a single, double or queen size bed. Completely appliquéd and quilted by hand with a pillowcase, slightly scalloped edging, also finished by hand. An exquisite center medallion has been executed on this quilt. To obtain a kit quilt, someone would send away to one of the cotton batting manufacturers and purchase a pre-stamped top, a backing and all the pieces to execute a beautiful quilt. Usually but not always, these kits were appliqué kit quilts. I’m not sure if this quilt was never used, but it was certainly hardly used. When one looks closely, one can still see the blue dots to follow for quilting. There is an alluring array of quilting patterns seen on this piece. Some include wreaths, other wreaths circling the quilt and quilting that mirrors the bows. Nicely executed, and as a crowning touch, todays colors are seen here. Coming from New England, professionally hand washed by Betsey and ready for a new home.



btg-collection-30 Tumbling Block, Stars and Blocks, or Columbian Quilt
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BTG-Collection-30 Tumbling Block, Stars and Blocks, or Columbian Quilt

c.1928
72 x 86 inches
Texas
$1,400, Sale: $900

This quilt has three names, all applicable to this pattern. Both hand and machine quilted with so much quilting as to look stippled. The piecing of this quilt is comprised solely of diamonds, each with 2-3/4 inch sides. The construction format is one I’ve never seen before, made up of strips 17 inches wide x 71 inches long. Five strips are sewn together to create a quilt that measures 72 x 86. The fact that this quilt does not have a top or a bottom means it can be turned in either direction and will therefore fit a single, double or queen size bed. The binding on the front measures 3/8 inch tuned over to the back where it measures 1 inch wide giving the quilt edging added protection. Not only is this quilt an optical illusion, graphic and stunning, but the stippling adds another dimension with is fully appreciated when hung. Unused condition and organically hand washed by Betsey and ready for a new home.



QT821 Cotton Chenille Embellished Bed Cover Quilt Top
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QT821 Cotton Chenille Embellished Bed Cover Quilt Top
Early 20th Century
75 x 92 inches
Believed to be from Texas or Oklahoma
$750

I found a very creative and well executed 20th century rendition of a 19th century tulip appliqué quilt. This coverlet had been painstakingly created with cut cotton chenille stitching being completely hand done. Original, unusual and beautifully executed. This piece of art is a happy light weight cotton bed cover.
Measuring 75 x 92”, this piece will nicely cover any size bed from a twin to a king as it can be placed in either direction. The creator had edged this coverlet with a 3” pink border surrounding the off white main fabric. The colors used in this folk art piece are typical for the 1920s and 1930s. Organically hand washed and ready for your home.



conclk3 Wool Crazy Quilt
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CONCLK3 Wool Crazy Quilt
c.1890
32 x 43 inches
New England
$700

Wool crazy quilts were made to be used, unlike silk crazy quilts that were made a for artistic embellishment. Here we have a woolen Crazy quilt that was made as a lap quilt. This diminutive quilt is comprised of 12 10-1/2" blocks that are wool, wool challis and some cotton flannel. The backing is a cotton flannel making this a very cozy lap quilt. It had previously been hung on a wall so pockets are sewn on and it’s ready to hang. Most of the fabrics are from the 1880s, but since there are also fabrics dating 1890, we need to date it c.1890. Ready to be sent for your viewing and approval.



Q6957 Red White and Blue Drunkard's Path
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Q6957 Red White and Blue Drunkard's Path
c.1895
78 x 84 inches
Believed to be from Pennsylvania
$850

A c.1895 very rare and unusual rendition of the Drunkard’s Path pattern. A very popular pattern with quilters who were against consuming liquor. This pristine quilt is comprised of 20 blocks, each measuring 12” square and all joined by strips of white with red dot 3-1/2” sashing. The backing is a very similar whole cloth fabric creating a reversible quilt. Another fabric used in the construction of the block is an indigo calico. The 1/4” binding is turned over from the back and finished by hand. All blocks are pieced by hand then joined to the sashing by machine and finished with hand quilting. This mint condition quilt certainly fits a description of patriotic. Around two sides of the outer edge of there is a 6-1/2” border. The fabric on the other two sides is a red with white polka dots. I am happy to send this mint condition quilt for your viewing and approval.





Q8490 Sunbonnet Sue in Rain Gear and Galoshes
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Q8490 Sunbonnet Sue in Rain Gear and Galoshes
c.1930
71 x 72 inches
New England
$750

An unusual rendition of Sunbonnet Sue parading on a rainy day wearing her rain gear and galoshes. What a happy quilt! It just makes me smile. Created from 25 10-1/2 inch square blocks, joined with apx 3-1/2 inch Provence blue sashing. A beautiful shade of blue. All embroidery and appliqué are executed by hand while all blocks are joined by machine. The 3/8 inch binding is applied by machine and finished by hand. The quilting stitches on this quilt are tiny and perfect. All work was executed by an expert quilter/sewer. Organically hand washed by us and ready for your your approval in your home.





Q8811 Velvet Mohair Lap Robe
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Q8811 Mohair Lap Robe
Late 19th century
63 x 63 (160 X 160 cm)
Found in Massachusetts
$900 (originally $1,700)

A soft and cozy lap robe comprised of wonderful velvet mohair blocks of different sizes. Twenty five richly toned, saturated color blocks of olive, wine, russet, and deep blue mohair measure approximately 9-1/2” square in the center arrangement. An inner border 4-1/4” wide surrounds the center in alternating blocks of color. The outer border consists of 3-1/2” wide solid strips of mohair in deepest russet.

There is some moth damage on one of the blocks. Please see the photo. We have discounted the price substantially.

The backing is solid peach cotton which is attached to the front with a pillowcase edge and no quilting or tying. Treadle machine top stitching one inch in from the edge gives a nice finish. Rich toned mohair that is soft and cuddly makes for a wonderful lap robe and would be perfect as a throw on a sofa or bed to bring a spot of warmth and cheer to a room.

A terrific and unusual piece for us, it is quite luxurious, a great size, and even lovelier in person. It can be sent to you for private viewing in your home before deciding to purchase. This quilt already has sleeves sewn on the back in case you would like to hang it as art on a wall.



Q6345 Unique Tied Double Sided Quilt
Q6345 Unique Tied Double Sided Quilt
Side A: Nine Patch
Side B: Tumbling Blocks

c.1900
48 x 48 inches
Maine
SOLD

How unusual to find a double sided quilt of any size. Usually when a quilt top was pieced it would then be stuffed and backed and be ready to use. In this case, both sides are complete pieced quilt tops. Both sides are pieced by hand and the tops are layered with cotton and reverse tied apx every 4”. The 1/2” binding is also hand applied. This quilt measures 48 x 48” which is very unusual for crib quilt. Crib quilts are generally rectangle shapes measuring apx 36 x 48. It’s possible that the original purpose of this quilt was to be used as a lap quilt. You have the optical illusion tumbling blocks on one side and the nine patch block formation on the other. Hand washed by Betsey and ready for snuggling.



DQ301 Early Bars and Postage Stamp Doll Quilt with George Washington Commemorative Fabric Pre-Civil War
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DQ301 Early Bars and Postage Stamp Doll Quilt with George Washington Commemorative Fabric Pre-Civil War
c.1800s
13 x 14 inches
New England
$950

This is one of the most important doll quilts I have ever had in 31 years of collecting! A diminutive quilt, which has been created to replicate an adult quilt, was obviously a learning tool or one of her first quilts of a child. The irregularity of some of the pieces and stitching along with the rough English piecing are the clues to the age of the girl making this quilt. In the late seventeen hundreds and well into the nineteenth century it was very common for a Mother to start a child, as early as four, sewing. The Mother teaching here may have come from England as the piecing method is "English ". This doll quilt has a very rare piece of apx 1-3/8” George Washington Commemorative fabric. I had never seen this fabric before, however I finally located it in a museum reference book. All of the measurements on this piece are approximate and varying because it was made by a child and irregular in nature. What great character this little quilt has! :-) The hand sewn binding measures apx 1/4”. The backing and binding are made from an early 19th century home spun linen. The more I study this piece, the more I love it. A rare and very special doll quilt...





btc-27 All White Quilted Bassinet Quilt
BTC-27 All White Quilted Bassinet Quilt
c. 4th quarter of the 19th century
40 x 42 inches
New England
$675

This quilt already has sleeves sewn on the back in case you would like to hang it as art on a wall.



QT233 Political and folksy Red Work Child's Quilt Top
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QT233 Political and folksy Red Work Child's Quilt Top
Dated and Initialed 1904-1910
48 x 61 inches
Maine
$625

This one of a kind Red Work Child’s Quilt appears to have taken 6 years to complete as it is dated 1904-1910. This special political, folksy Red Work quilt top has been created from 30 6-1/2” blocks joined together with a 3-1/2” red sashing. There’s an American flag flying over embroidered and dated initials, embroidery representing fireworks, probably representing the 4th of July celebration. This piece is filled with Victorian symbolism and items important to a little girl's life. Antique quilt tops are never washed until they are quilted, so this is in original, as found condition. Discovered in Maine. All ready for you to quilt or collect as is.



Q9064-A Variegated Hexagon/Mosaic
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Q9064-A Variegated Hexagon/Mosaic
c.1928
73 x 85 inches
Maine
$550

This very sweet quilt has been lovingly used over the past 90 years and is now now soft and cuddly. There are dozens of different fabrics pieced here, creating a quilt perfect for a fabric "junkie". The hexagons are all outline quilted and the center of each hexagon has a quilted circle. The hexagons are 2” side to side, all hand quilted and hand pieced. Two sides have apx 3” lavender calico borders while the other two sides have apx 4” calico borders. The binding measures 3/8”. Organically hand washed by Betsey and ready for your home.



Q7066 Dresden Plate
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Q7066 Dresden Plate
c.1928
80 x 96 inches
Maine
$900

The Dresden Plate pattern was one of the three most popular patterns during the depression era. It is a pattern loved by many and treasured to the extent that many were not used and have survived in perfect condition. This is one such quilt. It’s rare to find a Depression era quilt created from solid color fabrics. Most of the quilts from this era were scrap bag quilts. This quilt is one created from purchased fabrics. It has never been used. It could have been made for a cherished family member, a wedding present or friend who may have moved away. The blocks measure 16-3/4” square, the binding is 1/4” and the long spokes measure 4-1/2” in length. The center circle of the plate has a 3-1/2” diameter. It’s unusual that this quilt pattern is finished with scalloped edges. Such edges are seen on the Double Wedding Ring pattern. Because of the size, this quilt can easily fit a queen size bed. The background fabric is slightly off-white. It is in perfect, unused condition. The solid fabrics go well with most decors.



DQ300 Unusual Bars 4 Patch Doll Quilt
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DQ300 Unusual Bars 4 Patch Doll Quilt
c.1895
12 x 18 inches
New Hampshire
$375

This sweet and unusual Bars Quilt is comprised of alternating 1” strips . Postage stamp squares in a 4 patch configuration comprise every other row alternating with a c. 1890's pink fabric with white polka dots...comprise the alternating bars strip. The 1880’s and 1890’s fabrics have created an interesting combination of pink, black, white, polka dots and calicos. This little hand tied doll quilt appears never to have been used therefore is in perfect condition and a happy addition for a collector of dimiative origonal condition quilts. Found in New Hampshire and now professionally hand washed ,using organic products, by Betsey. Ready to be sent on approval.





Q6835 Embroidered Wool Challis Fan Quilt
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Q6835 Embroidered Wool Challis Fan Quilt
c.1890
74 x 76 inches
Berk's County, Pennsylvania
$900

Created with 8 1/2” blocks, the fans have a 7” base and 4” segments. The gray wool challis border measures 5 1/4”, has a pillowcase edge and is backed with a wild and beautiful floral fabric. The unusual color combination of gray, indigo blue, tan and forest green create a dynamic graphic. The quilt has developed a few original moth holes over the last century. This lowers the price, but does not impair the quilt visually. Perfect for the wall or your bed.



DQ299 Postage Stamp Doll Quilt
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DQ299 Postage Stamp Doll Quilt
c.1865
14 x 24 inches
New England, maybe New Hampshire
$495

A wonderful little Postage Stamp Doll Quilt totally comprised of 1-3/4” squares finished with a 3/8” hand applied binding. This diminutive doll's quilt is completely hand sewn. The Turkey Red calico predated the creation of this quilt and dates from around c.1850 while the red calico and the black, white and red calico backing date from later than 1865. It is possible that this little piece is civil war era. Appearing never to have been used and in perfect condition, this piece would be wonderful as art on the wall, as a table runner, and of course, as a doll quilt in a cradle or doll's bed. The perfect piecing would indicate that a Mother or another adult created this little quilt for a child. Why was it never used? Professionally hand washed by Betsey and ready to be sent on approval.





Q8967 Cactus Basket
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Q8967 Cactus Basket
c.1930
68 x 85 inches
New York or Connecticut
$800

This delightfully happy quilt is comprised of 7-1/4 inch outline quilted pieced cactus basket blocks with solid white blocks all on point. The artist who chose these colors loved happy spring and summertime colors. The cactus basket blocks, because they are created on the diagonal, bring the artistic view of this quilt to another level. The outside edge has a 3 inch border with a 3/8” binding. The borders have chain quilting around the entire outside edge. Each border is slightly different from the other. The diamonds have 2-3/8 inch sides, the baskets are completely outline quilted and the white blocks have a quilted leaf design. One can see the beautiful even quilting stitches when turned over. In unused condition. Hand washed by Betsey and ready for a new home.



CONDL Original Pattern (pattern name unknown)
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CONDL Original pattern (pattern name unknown)
c.1930
72 x 86 inches
Origin unknown
$900

In excellent condition, this bright and cheerful quilt has been skillfully hand pieced using both a solid medium pink and white cotton. Each block measures 7-1/2 inches square. The border is a variation of the Ice Cream Cone with alternative pink and white pieces. This border is 5-3/4 inches wide, which includes a 3/8 inch separately applied pink binding. The backing is solid white cotton. Completely hand quilted with outline quilting. The white areas are hand quilted with echo heart/floral motifs. The simple color scheme insures that this piece will fit easily into many decors. Due to its size, this quilt could be used on a single, double, and if turned sideways a queen size bed with a footboard. Lovingly used, this quilt is now soft and supple. Hand washed by Betsy and ready for your home.



Q1296 Embroidered birds
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Q1296 Embroidered birds
c.1935
82 x 82 inches
Nebraska
$400

The stencils for these birds were created by a women whose name I can’t remember. Do you know? If you know her name please email me. I have many embroidery books, and I know I have hers, but it eludes me at the moment. The embroidered blocks measure 8 inches square and are all on point. The joining blocks are a raspberry pink. There are three connected 4-1/2 inch borders all around the outside of the quilt. First raspberry pink, then white, then raspberry pink again, ending with a 3/8 inch white applied binding. All blocks and strips are pieced by machine. The hand quilting is beautifully done. Nice, neat and straight quilting with wreath variations. The cross-hatching on the border is 2 inches apart. The quilt appears to be unused. This 82 x 82 inch quilt will fit a twin, double or queen size bed. Hand washed by Betsey and ready for its new home.



Q9081 Yo-Yo
Q9081 Yo-Yo
c.1930
63 x 85 inches
Andover, MA
SOLD

A happy whimsical Yo-Yo “Quilt”. We photographed this Yo-Yo hanging over a white sheet. Whatever solid color you have on your bed will show through when you place this Yo-Yo on top. I have heard happy tales of children cutting out fabrics for their mothers and grandmothers to help make this “quilt". This is the perfect way to use up all the fabric scraps left over from making clothing and quilts for the family. During the depression, many people made their own clothes, which left many scraps to use for this type of "quilt”. The Yo-Yo’s measure 1-3/4” in diameter. The royal blue solid color fabric creates a very graphic piece of art. In perfect, unused condition and organically hand washed by Betsey. Family name upon sale.



Q8531 Optical Illusion Quilt
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Q8531 Optical Illusion Quilt
c.1950
70 x 79 inches
New England
$850

This is an unknown pattern comprised of a combination of at least three or four known patterns. In today’s world, the woman who created this quilt would probably be an engineer. A mathematical and engineering feat, this optical illusion quilt, because of the fabrics, has resulted in a very happy and positive piece of art. Pieced by machine and quilted by hand, the fabrics date from the 1920s to 1950. Each and every triangle is outline quilted by hand and some are echo quilted, also by hand. There is an 8-1/2 inch raspberry pink border with a 4 inch wide rope design quilted all around the edge. The binding measures 3/8 inch and is finished by machine. The corners of this quilt are curved, creating a wonderful effect when on a bed. This graphic quilt would also be great on a wall.

It has today’s colors, raspberry and turquoise. One pattern is a 4 patch broken dishes, one is the LeMoyne or Ohio Star, a third pattern is a variation of Jacob’s Ladder, while the forth pattern is the Ocean Wave. The backing is a whole cloth raspberry pink, enabling this quilt to become completely reversible. What a mathematical masterpiece! This quilt appears to be in perfect, unused condition, is professionally washed by Betsey and is ready for a new home.



Quilts under $900

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Q8953 Yoyo Coverlet with Lavender Paths
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Q8953 Yoyo Coverlet with Lavender Paths
c.1930
86 x 108 (218.4 x 274.3 cm)
Found in Maine
$850

This is a lovely and quite large Yoyo coverlet. Strictly speaking not a quilt as it is not backed, quilted or tied, this wonderful textile would make a happy statement wherever it was displayed. Each hand gathered yoyo is 2 inches in diameter, hand sewn to its surrounding neighbors to create a fun display piece for your home or as a coverlet on the bed over your down comforter or Matelasse spread.

We can't begin to count the number of different 1920's to 1930 cottons used in the making of this coverlet. The soft purple and lavender paths create a nice pattern overall. With its large size and multiple hues it can be used almost anywhere a splash of fun and color is desired, from a bedroom to a playroom and beyond. Professionally hand washed by Betsey this Yoyo coverlet is in perfect condition and can be sent to you on approval for viewing in the privacy of your home.

Q9073 Youth Size Crazy Quilt Variation
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Q9073 Youth Size Crazy Quilt Variation
c.1928
53 x 71 inches
Virginia
$800

This very happy little youth size cotton crazy quilt has been created by using blocks and sashing. Approx 3-3/4" blocks with 1" sashing. On this quilt you have one of the most amazing arrays of 1920s fabrics. The backing and the binding are very unusual black, white, peach, and pale green print. The sashing where it joins each block has been tied. There is cotton batting inside. This quilt was originally made for a twin bed. Turned sideways it would cover and go over the edge of a queen bed. The best way I can describe this quilt is "very happy". It is completely pieced by hand. The applied binding is also by hand. What a happy way to study the 1920s fabrics. Complete original condition. Professionally hand washed by Betsey.



Q8641 Pastel Double Wedding Ring
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Q8641 Pastel Double Wedding Ring
c.1930
71 x 84
Florida
$750

This lovely, cotton quilt is in the popular Double Wedding Ring pattern. Its extra appeal lies in the creator’s choice of solid pastels, reminiscent of rainbow sherbet, for her color palette. It starts with a lovely peach ground with rings consisting of soft blues, yellow, greens, pinks and pale lavender. The squares joining the rings are in the soft raspberry and watermelon green found in the rings.

Hand pieced and hand quilted with echo, outline and cross hatch stitches this beauty also boasts hand stitched flowers with eight petals in each of the large peach areas inside the rings. The backing is white and the skillfully applied ¼ inch watermelon green binding follows the scalloped edge of the quilt.

A lovely creation that is classic in design and refreshing in fabric selection and arrangement. This quilt was used but lovingly cared for and is in excellent, soft condition. Professionally hand washed by Betsey and ready for your home.

Q8457 Mosaic Star
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Q8457 Mosaic Star
c.1928
74 x 84
Lancaster, Pennsylvania
$900

A creative, artistic, and expert quilter has combined several patterns using only 2 inch hexagons. The result is an original, very graphic piece of art. A most cheerful quilt in unused condition, this Mosaic Star would brighten any room! An assortment of bright cotton prints and calico hexagons were hand pieced into mosaic stars surrounded by mosaic flowers, and outline quilted by hand. Both the background and backing are muslin. The ¼ inch blue cotton binding follows the shape of the outer calico hexagonal border. Professionally hand washed by Betsey.

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