Antique QUILT 19thC Appliqued Red Colonial Tulips c.1880 Pennsylvania Dutch, eBay, blackbuggyantiques
Flying Geese and LeMoyne Star, 1895. Made by Helena Lau Mueller. Ozaukee Co, Wisconsin.
c 1820 Antique Quilt Wonderful Examples of Early Chintz w Birds + Stags, + Prints; 92" x 86"; poor condition, squares 8.5"; hand quilted and backed with heavy cotton or linen muslin; corner cutouts for bedposts; most of wear on edges, found in Maine
Important Schoolhouse and Railroad Quilt, York, Pennsylvania Dated 1891 Composed of printed and solid cotton patches sewn with chain and straight stitches; the field with flower, heart, leaf, concentric shell and pinwheel quilting. Some minor stain on extreme left and right border. Mounted on a stretcher. Approximately 77 by 80 inches
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Presidents Quilt, 1935. Made by Martha Katzschmann Mielke. Easthampton. Massachusetts Quilts, Our Common Wealth.
This is the antique quilt that inspired my 'Rhubarb Crisp' quilt - isn't it amazing! Please note, my stars were 4". "Variable Stars," c 1885. Mechanics Falls, ME. Over 13,000 pieces; each "Star" 3" x 3", Woodard & Greenstein, 1st dibs
'Variable Stars' Pieced Antique Quilt. | 1stdibs.com
The piece is considered one of the greatest American quilts of all time, and one of the very few that feature a pictorial narrative akin to the genre paintings of the era. It is our Trade and Commerce quilt by Hannah Stockton Stiles, a 105” x 89” bedcovering made of cotton and chintz in about 1835. Hannah was born in Trenton, New Jersey and married John Stiles of Philadelphia in 1818. The two cities flank the Delaware River, a bustling commercial waterway that in the 1830s was loaded with all ma