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This listing is for a sweet piece of an antique make-do Nine Patch pattern quilt, in which the blocks are set into a background of unbleached white feedsack fabric. Each Nine Patch block is about 8 inches on a side, and there are three different blocks in the piece. The second photo shows the entire piece, which is L-shaped. The measurements of the outside edges of the "L" are both 26 inches long. Each "leg" is 11-1/2 inches wide. The quilt was machine-pieced, possibly with a treadle machine, and handquilted at 6 SPI. The last photo shows the back of the piece, side-lit to show the quilting better. There is one small spot beside one of the blocks, which can be seen in the first photo (upper left). I did not find any other flaws or blemishes, other than the expected slight fading of the fabrics. The piece has light- to medium-weight cotton batting.

I do my very best to accurately describe each piece of fabric I sell, but please remember that these are vintage textiles that have been used and will have flaws and blemishes, or they would not be cutters.

Please feel free to ask any questions you may have. I am always happy to provide additional information about my items.

Nine Patch Antique Cutter Quilt Piece - 3 Different "Make Do" Blocks Set in Feedsack Sashing - Feedsack Backing


Overview

  • Vintage Supply from the 1930s
  • Material: vintage quilt piece
  • Only ships within United States.
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