|Year Range from||1900|
|Year Range to||1920|
|Place of Origin||Probably Southeastern Pennsylvania|
|Dimensions||W-80 L-80 inches|
|Description||Eight-Point Star Quilt in a 5 x 5 block formation. Blocks average 9.75" x 10.00" and is a tan (appears to have faded from green) floral printed cotton star, interspaced with white cotton. Separating each block is 3.375" sashing of red cotton with a black and taupe print and cornerstones of the same printed tan cotton. The center of the quilt features diagonal quilt stitching. The surrounding outer border is 8.00" wideof the white cotton with swirled quilt stitching and a 1/4" wide foldover binding from front to back. The entire quilt is handstitched with white thread and a SPI of 5-8. The back is made of white cotton.|
There is no information about the maker or origin of this piece.
This quilt was documented in the Goschenhoppen Quilt Roundup.