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This listing is for three pieces of a lovely late 1800s primitive or prim cutter quilt in the Nine Patch pattern. The squares are beautiful old shirting fabrics that are wonderfully age-faded. Some of the squares are solid pink and one block has pink gingham squares. Each square is 4 inches on a side. The pieces are shown in the second and third photos. Two pieces have two blocks and two pieces have one block. The single-block pieces measure 15 x 13 inches and 17 x 16 inches. The two-block pieces are 28 x 15 inches and 28 x 16 inches. Several of the shirting blocks have small holes, and one single-block piece has a burn mark on it. There are a couple small marks as well. The backing is unbleached feedsack fabric, and the batting is a flannel blanket. I'm pretty sure this quilt was made on a treadle sewing machine. The fabrics are wonderfully old and soft.

Please remember these are parts of an antique cutter quilt, and as such, they are not perfect. The price takes the condition into account.

Pink and Blue Shirtings Primitive 19th Century Nine Patch Vintage Quilt Cutter Pieces - 6 Blocks

Overview

  • Vintage Supply from the 1800s
  • Material: antique quilt pieces
  • Only ships within United States.
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