Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Antique quilts. Get inspired and try out new things.
I managed to fill the last couple of weeks with a big ol' project that put blogging, sewing, knitting, etc. on hold. However, one of my...
Eve Bursey saved to Crafty Me
Sometimes when I get an obsession is comes out of left field and hits hard. This is the case with my current love affair with antique quilts. I've always liked them, and have a couple of nice examples, but all of a sudden a few days ago I realized I really really want to collect them, in a big way. First, they're very useful- you never know when you'll need an extra blanket. Secondly, they're gorgeous and each one is unique. Finally, how can you deny the amazing craftsmanship and hours upon…
Kathleen Gironda saved to Quilts
I got the binding on the Abe Lincoln Museum quilt and trudged out to get a photo while we had a little sun. (A short while later a snow clo...
Diane Bennett saved to Quilting
Let's begin with the vintage Snowball Crossing quilt design. Alternating light and dark Snowball blocks with tiny corners make this quilt look like it’s
Cynthia Ludlow saved to Handmade - Quilting
Useful tips, tricks and tutorials for Repairing Vintage Quilt Tops and Antique Quilts that many more generations can love!
You don't really see the beauty of this c. 1930 quilt until you capture it with a photo. I think it sparkles with the light and dark fabric. Feedsack like, not a feedsack expert. Not a four patch or nine patch. Just random two inch squares. It is a very utilitarian quilt. Don't think I have ever seen this straight line quilting before. Looks like maybe they used a yardstick and drew lines on the back. Needs a day at the spa. But otherwise in pretty good shape.
Tiphar saved to Art textile
Welcome :) I hope you’ve been well while I’ve been away from the computer. You may recall my little Blog Hop a week or so ago where I managed to over stretch myself and ended up not qui…
Janet Carrano saved to Quilting ideas
This blog is all about saving bits and pieces and making the most out of a ragged edge dresser scarf. There are 28 pictures below, most all have information in the picture captions. My intention is…
Monique McKenzie saved to Yarn AttaCk!!!