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i purchased this amazing vintage quilt from an antique store in savannah, georgia in 1997. on the tag, it was dated "1955".

my grandmother was an avid quilter, and i had always admired and appreciated her skills & her beautiful quilts, but then i saw THIS ONE!!!

this quilt is like nothing i had ever seen before (or since).

please notice the number of (all by-hand) stitches in the close up shots. amazing.

i've attempted quilting myself. seeing the detail and stitching in this quilt - - i ask myself "how many hours are in this quilt?!?!" - - it is hard for me to comprehend what the answer must be.

the thing that stands out the most to me is AMAZING craftsmanship. i tried to take good photographs that represent this.

i have had this quilt carefully / safely packaged-up all this time - - hoping one day to have a place to display it... but have not (still live in a very very small home), so, i feel it is time for it to move on to another appreciative soul who might know how to use / display this magnificent quilt in just-the-right-way... exhibiting it as the amazing piece of art that it is! i feel it is a bit of a waste to have it boxed up for "some day" all of these years.

it measures around 70" x 70".

it is in very good condition. it is very very soft. it is light weight, but appears and feels very sturdy/ solid, and certainly is very very very well made.

note: the horizontal crease that is showing up in the 2nd photo is the crease from where the quilt has been folded / packaged. this would easily come out with a gentle iron, i'm sure. meaning, it is not a piecing seam.


update / note: thanks to etsy member, cathy, i have come to find out that this quilt was made from a mccall's quilt pattern. the antique store where i purchased this (savannah, georgia), i'm guessing a family who owned the quilt originally may have known the maker & the date (1955) it was made.

in my search for additional info, based on cathy's tip, here is what i have found:

thanks so much cathy! note, cathy communicated that she made this quilt herself in the 70's from the mccall pattern & it took her a year. what a treasure!!

1950's vintage double wedding ring quilt

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  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: vintage, quilt, fabric, mccalls pattern
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