Here they are as a group followed by close-ups.
This Log Cabin top is one. It has lots of small prints, plaids, and stripes.
This Basket quilt is another with mostly plaids and stripes.
And this odd piece is folded in half forming one big open-ended tube. I haven't the slightest idea why.
It has a variety of unwashed stripes and plaids.
Years ago I couldn't resist buying this little piece from my good friend and colleague, Natalie Hart. Not only was she one of the authors of HQPNJ's books, New Jersey Quilts and A Passion for Quilts, she was also a quilt dealer and appraiser.
And look at these wonderful early shirting fabrics that were once in her collection.
As were these large 4-Patch blocks.
And this orphan Log Cabin block has some nice shirtings, too. That black and white gingham is really effective, don't you think?
Copyright 2015, Barbara Schaffer