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This piece is amazing. I bought it and took the risk to wash it. it looked like it was never used, but had never been washed either. It is of the age of antique where they were handcombing their battings. So batting did shift a little when it was washed, but it came through absolutely beautifully. So it is bed ready. Pictures can not adequately show this piece. I do have dozens of others of it, if you would like more, just pop in...

Measures 81 x 81 inches. All handmade, of the most awesome treasury of fabrics ever. It seems very modern for the time it was made in, and all the handwork held up through regular machine washing and drying. So this one is a statistical anomoly in more than one way, from having made it through history, never used, and being so oddly lovely with many novelty fabrics. Turtles and rabbits, carnival horses, fairies and many other animals are depicted in the blocks.

Backing is a four piece feedsack backing, as they usually did, and it matches and is a lovely alternative to the busy bright side, making this one reversible. As amazing as it is as an antique, an art textile, it is a utility piece, and will last for years of use, and makes a great true family heirloom. Thanks for stopping in, consider stopping by our other etsy shops.

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Quilt Handmade Log Cabin Amazing Art Quilt of Yesteryear Turtles Rabbits Carnival Horses Fairies & Many Other Creatures by AntiquesandVaria


  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Material: cotton
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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  • Favorited by: 234 people