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Patchwork Inspired Patterns by Antique Quilts

Bed cover  Place of origin:      Cornwall, England (probably, made)  Date: 1740-1800 (made)    Image and description from V&A website.

Bed cover

Bed cover Place of origin: Cornwall, England (probably, made) Date: 1740-1800 (made) Image and description from V&A website.

The back of the Dutch antique quilt.  I will make this as the front and use the feather border fabric.

The back of the Dutch antique quilt. I will make this as the front and use the feather border fabric.

Beautiful! VINTAGE 30s Jacobs Ladder QUILT 80" x 70" Sweet Cottage Home

Beautiful! VINTAGE 30s Jacobs Ladder QUILT 80" x 70" Sweet Cottage Home

Vintage Quilts @ Blooming in Chintz Shared by www.nwquiltingexpo.com #nwqe #quilt

Vintage Quilts @ Blooming in Chintz Shared by www.nwquiltingexpo.com #nwqe #quilt

Preserving History: Patchwork Patterns Inspired by Antique Quilts: Julie Hendricksen: 0744527113828: Amazon.com: Books

Preserving History: Patchwork Patterns Inspired by Antique Quilts: Julie Hendricksen: 0744527113828: Amazon.com: Books

Patchwork Inspired Patterns by Antique Quilts with Nancy Zieman and Preserving History author, Julie Hendricksen on Sewing With Nancy

Patchwork Inspired Patterns by Antique Quilts

Patchwork Inspired Patterns by Antique Quilts with Nancy Zieman and Preserving History author, Julie Hendricksen on Sewing With Nancy

1850: "Asylum quilt" attributed to a young single mother who was hospitalized in the asylum at Catonsville Maryland. Depict a wide variety of people, birds, foliage, creatures, done in fine applique - look at closeups. (Referenced in an exhibit (?) by the National Library of Naples, Italy in 2005, said to belong to America Hurrah Antiques in NYC)

1850: "Asylum quilt" attributed to a young single mother who was hospitalized in the asylum at Catonsville Maryland. Depict a wide variety of people, birds, foliage, creatures, done in fine applique - look at closeups. (Referenced in an exhibit (?) by the National Library of Naples, Italy in 2005, said to belong to America Hurrah Antiques in NYC)

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