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    detail of Ohio stars - C. 1835, 92 x 92", New England, chintz Ohio star, 2 coordinating chintz fabrics, quilting - medallions, cross hatch, Ohio Stars are in smaller scale chintz, border of chintz - 7.5", unwashed

    CUT-OUT CHINTZ QUILT WITH CHINTZ BORDER | American Folk Art Museum, artist unidentified, possibly New England, 1835-1850, cotton, 100 x 91 inches, gift of Cyril Irwin Nelson in honor of Judith and James Milne, 2003.1.2

    Antique Quilt c 1850s, Chintzes New England, cow hollow collectibles on ruby lane

    detail - c. 1830, 84" x 89" (including 17.5" tail), New England, contains many block prints, copper plates from c. 1800, also early prints, plaids, stripes & calicoes, 10" border from block print in rose & browns on ecru background, Hexagons are 1" per side, all hand pieced and quilted; quilted with chevrons in outer border, diagonal lines inner border, outlining hexagons, 1/4" separately applied binding, back is homespun ecru linen.

    Antique Quilt c 1850s sumptuous Chintzes New England from cowhollowcollectibles on Ruby Lane; 76x88", hand quilted 7/8 inche diagonal lines within the edging pyraminds, 6-7 spi

    Ohio Star quilt

    19th C., Sawtooth Star, Chintz and cotton, John McInnis Auctioneers, Live Auctioneers

    QT201 Ohio Star / Tippecanoe & Tyler Too Quilt Top

    Barbara Brackman's MATERIAL CULTURE: Chintz Borders as a Dating Clue

    Ribbon Star by stayathomelibrarian


    Q8287 Ohio Star with Sawtooth Border

    Touching Stars c. 1875

    pretty stars and colors

    by Georgia McDonald ... in love with this quilt...

    Stars and Spools small scale quilt

    Snow Star by LRstitched, via Flickr

    Star Gazer Quilt Kit

    Early Antique Feathered Star Chintz Quilt c1840-1860 Exceptional Condition | eBay vintageblessings; never used or washed, 8/8" double rod quilting; 3/4" rod quilting, scalloped rod quilting; 3/8" and larger grid quilting; 10-11 spi; 1/8" binding, very thin cotton batting, back: three 25" wide panels; 74" x 72", collected in Lancaster co., PA

    Antique string star quilt,1920's. Each star is made up of 96 individual small pieces and there are 16 stars.