This listing is for a large piece from a grandmother's flower garden pattern vintage quilt that has 5 full flowers and one partial. The second photo shows the entire piece. The flowers are 5 inches on a side, not including the green and red surrounding pieces. The piece is oddly shaped. Across the row of three flowers (along the left edge, second photo), it measures 32 inches. From the middle peak of that flower row to the opposite side is 18 inches. The "pavement" is an unusual and beautiful color combination of soft jade green and red. The back of the piece is deep emerald green. The quilt appears to be entirely hand-pieced. The flowers and red pieces in the pavement are outline quilted by hand at 6-8 SPI. I think this was an older quilt top that was finished later, because the thin batting seems to be a blend, rather than 100% cotton, but the fabrics in the flowers definitely are from the 1940s. There are several worn hexagons in the flower with the solid blue center. I did not find any other flaws.
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