About my Quilts:
The quilts I make are modelled after the American antique ‘utility quilts’. Utility quilts were ones that were made for everyday use. There are very few antique utility quilts left. This is because the quilts were made and used and remade and used until there was nothing left. An all-over quilt is named this because there are no wide borders, etc. on the quilt top and the pattern is repeated ‘all over’ the quilt.
Name of Quilt: Scrap Split Rail Fence Quilt (hand quilted). Pattern is modified personal pattern based on the more common split rail fence pattern.
Type of Quilt: Scrap Quilt, ‘all-over’ quilt (all-over quilt is defined under ‘about my quilts’)
Size: 99 inches x 119 inches (251 cm x 302 cm)
Fabric: mostly cotton or poly/cotton – a few pieces of unknown content
Batting: polyfill (light-weight and warm)
Quilting thread: cotton over poly quilting thread – dark red color same as back of quilt.
Shipping weight: about 10 pounds (4.55 kg)
My price: $1,200 USD
About the pictures: quilt was spread over a queen-size bed and hangs lower than 1/2 way to floor.
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