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Pretty pastel colors reminds you of EASTER.

Hand stitched with a little machine stitching. Size approximately 42" X 88" Very old, small stain that can be laundered or patched.

Should fit a twin or a 3/4 size bed along with a futon. Or a perfect longer lap quilt.

Pinks and blues and mint greens and pale yellows primarily.

This is a Quilt Top, not a fully finished quilt. It is very vintage. If you are looking for a newer quilt and one that is entirely finished, I do have another, just let me know and I will take pictures of that one, very similar colors. Is it for an adult room or a baby's room?

The second quilt has more pastel colors (and is newer) if you are choosing for a baby's room for example.

This one would normally cost more, but I discounted it because it has a little ink spot on it that you may want to cover with an applique or just cut it out and place a white patch in its place. Other than that it is in good condition for its age, a little faded from time as one would expect. I would date this quilt from early to mid century. (1900's). 1930 - 1940's is my best assumption.

The stitching on this quilt is both hand stitched and also hemmed with a machine stitching. It is possible that the machine stitched part was done later than the original stitching; so it is both handmade and machine stitched, but mostly hand stitched.

Even though it is vintage and it is soft because of the years, it has a lot of wear left in it; in the event you want to use it as a lap quilt or a baby quilt or for a twin bed.

In other words, when I travel and stop into antique shops; I see similar quilts for hundreds of dollars with even less life left in them. :) I think the material is cotton and may be made from the material used to sell flour in general stores, some quilts were made from this material because it was a good source of material that was sturdy and functional and the mountain women would use everything at their disposal to make quilts from, hand me downs, old clothes, the clothes outgrown by their children and themselves, etc. And many were made from flour sacks.

Beautiful Old Quilt Top Twin Lap Top MOTHERS DAY gift EASTER colors


  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: Cloth, patchwork
  • Only ships within United States.
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