It is with much excitement that I share with you some of my new shipment of vintage and antique quilts from the USA.They are so lovely and beautiful. There is something so wonderful about the fabrics and the hand stitching. I cannot start to describe just how wonderful they are. Original feed sack quilts, some still with their labels on. Ones with the newspaper backings still intact from the 1940's, ones with Civil war era fabrics. The history and the time and love taken to make these, ones with snippets of clothes and what ever fabrics could be found during lean times. These are all in wonderful condition, many unused.
I also have many 100's of hand stitched blocks in various patterns if you wish to piece together your own quilt and plenty of fabrics you can use as well. I will photograph the fabrics later.
Trust me, I am keeping many quilts for myself, these ones are available for you to purchase at my next few markets.
I will also have credit card facilities from now on.
|1930's Rayon tucked postage stamp quilt SOLD|
|Crazy quilt top with feedsacks and 30s and 40s fabrics SOLD|
|1930s quilt, thick combed cotton filling|
|1950s graphic quilt top|
|1930's graphic dishes quilt top|
|1940s to 1960s fabrics string quilt|
|1930s railroad blocks quilt|
|1930s stepped blocks quilt SOLD|
|close up of some of the fabrics in the 2 quilts above.|
|1930's improved 9 patch king size quilt top SOLD|
|1940's turkey red and white windmill quilt top|
|1960s trip around the world quilt top|
|1950s and 60s tumbler quilt top|
|1920s to 1940s log cabin quilt SOLD|
|civil war era fabrics to 1930's railway blocks quilt top|
|1930s to 40s quilt top|
|40s to 60s quilt top, unusual patterns|
|1930's feed sacks and 40s fabrics quilt top, with labels and newspaper backings, dated 1949, mixed patterns and quilt blocks|
|1920s to 30s feedsack quilt top, broken dishes pattern - SOLD|
|1930s fabrics puff ball quilt|