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BEAUTIFUL DOUBLE IRISH CHAIN PATTERN PIECED QUILT from Virginia Quilt Museum Wonderful collectors' piece that began as an early quilt top with lovely earth tones comprised of 56 blocks. The backing and additional hand quilting was done in 1985. This beautiful quilt was featured by American Quilters Magazine, Fall 1988 after completion. Provenance - Deaccessioned from the Educational Collection of the Virginia Quilt Museum in Harrisonburg, VA. The inscription on reverse states "Top made by Amy Jones Blackford and Adams Basin & Charlotte, NY. Bought from great granddaughters and Quilted 1985 by Rebecca Herdle, Rochester, NY." This is wonderful piece of recorded history in mint condition!
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Double Irish Chain
We are pleased to present another Very Fine AmericanHand Made Antique Quilt Irish Chain with Provenance
Circa - 1985
Size - 72" x 82"
Material -100% Cotton
SPI - 7-8
Batting - Light and even throughout
Binding - Intact no losses machine done.
Please remember that vintage & antique textiles are older and may not perfect, their wear tells the story of time and makes them interesting - just like people :) Feel free to contact us with any questions. Thank you for visiting and don't forget to view the other great items in our store.
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To our valued customers,
The mission of Quilts & More is to promote & educate consumers on the value of keeping American made antique and vintage quilts & textiles in our current day economy over quilts made outside the US using mass production, cheaper materials and vastly cheaper labor. This country has so many beautiful & historical quilts made by our ancestors. Many times quilting was the only artistic and social outlet for these talented ladies. Quilting was such a big part of their lives and culture most all antique quilts before WWII have a very high level of expertise. However we did see a drop in that expertise after the war, as women went out to the work force and did not learn the craft like their mothers. We can help to improve our current day economy & honor our ancestors by purchasing and re-purposing their beautiful works of art.
Choosing Antiques & Vintage textiles is a great way to be green & help our economy to recover. It also helps to cut down profits from large corporations who now outsource their labor for very small wages in other countries. Most quilts made today are done so outside of the US using very cheap labor & materials. We offer high quality quilts & other textiles at the best prices possible for us to stay in business. Patricia Quilts and More also uses recycled packaging for shipping to keep costs down. All quilts and other textile merchandise are stored in a smoke free, climate controlled environment. Thank you for trusting us with your business over the years.