Thursday, January 13, 2011

4 Vintage Quilts

Here are 4 vintage quilts that I treasure.

This log cabin quilt was pieced by my grandmother, Catherine Hawbaker and hand quilted in 1990 by my mother, Elaine Hawbaker Horst.....they were both very creative and talented quilters.

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Not sure of the history behind this quilt...I know it came from my mother, but not sure if she pieced and/or quilted it.

Wish I had some yardage of this "funky" print :)

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I'm thinking this comforter (it's tied not quilted) was made by my grandmother.  Although it may have been finished by my mother.

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This gem is made from feed sack fabric, it is a comforter and is in bad shape.  I'm not sure if I ever used it, or if it came to me in this condition.  The batting is all wadded up and lumpy.....but I LOVE the prints and look.  Someday if I'm brave enough I may take the ties out, remove the back and put in new batting.....I'm afraid it will fall apart if I try.......but it's been in my cedar chest for so long, it really should be enjoyed.

The backing is a dark print.

These are some of my favorite prints.

I'd love to hear about any vintage quilts in your home.

1 comment:

Gina said...

I love the old quilts! I never thought to ask if there are old quilts in the family.

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