|Year Range from||1860|
|Year Range to||1870|
|Place of Origin||Probably Southeastern Pennsylvania|
|Dimensions||W-69 L-70 inches|
|Description||Oak Leaf appliquéd quilt in a 3 x 3 block formation set on point. Blocks are 16.50" squares. of either a solid white cotton block with vertical double rows and feather wreath quilting or an Oak Leaf block of a printed green cotton and a printed red cotton, appliquéd to a solid beige cotton with horizontal double rodded quilt stitching The rest of the quilt is handstitched with white thread and a SPI of 9-10. The back is comprised of plain white cotton. There is a 1/4" wide foldover binding from back to front, reinforced with white machine stitching.|
There is no information about the maker or origin of this piece.
This quilt was documented in the Goschenhoppen Quilt Survey.