This colorful antique quilt top was a lucky find. It was almost hidden in a multiple quilt lot at an auction but I had a feeling it was pretty fabulous ... and I was right! This quilt is one of my trunk show stars! The top is from the 1830s and full of amazing early fabrics. Look at the bright yellow/orange serpentiney print, it may be dyed with quercitron.
Look at the indigo blue fabric that looks like it was just printed.
And check out the "eccentric" print -- a variation of the Hoyle's Wave pattern.
And check out the mitering on the pieced piecing on the pink stripe. Enjoy.
Garden of Quilts 2019 – Thanksgiving Point, Utah - [image: Garden of Quilts 2019 – Thanksgiving Point, Utah] Last weekend I got to participate in the first Garden of Quilts event, here in Utah. It was fan...
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