A customer brought in this Diamond Hexagons quilt to show me....love when people do that! This quilt was made from older blocks (pieced by hand) and assembled in the 1920-30's. The quilt was then assembled, very expertly by machine. Must have had a few extra diamonds that were combined with 1930's fabrics to make the quilt as large as possible! Always happy to find an original antique fabric when I have the original! Here is an old Windham print with matching diamond reproduction on the left!
And here it is again in a Tumbler Charm quilt showed to me by customer Shirley F. just a couple weeks ago!
I think the red/black print has been reproduced........
Loverly madder print.
Nice lace print on brown.
There are quite a few greens, many different. Several have been reproduced for us!
Nice novelty of tigers.
Love yellow on blue.....we've had reproductions of this type also.
Another nice madder......
Have seen this print often in New England quilts......in this bright blue, red or tan.
This time a new color appeared......a blue green!
And here is the red......did not find any in the tan................
Another poison green.
Can you tell I love the madder colors?
Shaded ombre next to a claret. Would be fun to photo all the pinks to see how many different ones.
More poison greens!
Windham reproduced these two greens.
Sneaking in a few more madders, as well as a Greek key.
The purple/yellow fabric is later
And two of these prints are later......actually three!
Woven plaid in two different colorways.............
Nice horse head novelty..............
Wish I had thought to take an overall photo of the quilt and the 1920-30 backing!