|Hexagons, of course!|
|Edge of the Grandmother's Flowergarden.|
|22 blade Dresdan Plate, 1930s, bought in Japan, from |
|'Jack in the Pulpit', from Texas, 1920s. |
Beautifully hand quilted.
|Late 19thC - early 20th C, bought in Houston, 2012. This |
one is very large, and it might just be Lynette's favourite.
|Late 19thC, possibly English, Also bought |
from Jane Lury.
|Bear's Paw, bought in Houston in 1999.|
|Late 19thC - 1900, 'Robbing Peter to Pay Paul' block. |
You can see that the batting is very thin and worn, but the
blue fabric has held its colour remarkably well.
Bought in rural Canada from an estate clearance, for $40
- the family didn't like it!
|Labelled as made in February 1948. The tulip fabric is |
feed sacks. The stems and leaves are embroidered.