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Thread: Pattern on quilt I can't find..............

  1. #21
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    the first one looks like a form of ornage peel the second one is a wedding ring
    QUILTNMO

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    wow fantastic work,amazing how much work was put into them
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    I have two double scrappy quilts that my great grandmother made. They are over 100 years old. Both of them have
    scalloped edges, just like your quilt. Both are scrappy and are both bound with red fabric......hand quilted (of course)
    There are a few places where the fabric pieces are thin. The binding has to be replaced, it is very worn. I plan to fix them and pass them on to my daughters.
    Kaye Jacobson Salverda

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    I think the first is 54/40 or fight and the second is the DWR. Beautiful quilts.
    Linda L Rucker

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    WOW! Lucky you to inherit them! They are wonderful quilts....treasures!!

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    Lovely quilts!!

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    My Mother could cut, piece and quilt a d-wedd-ring in 1 wk. She did some with the scallopped edge and some she filled in the area so the edge would be streight.

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