This one is at the other end of the antique scale as it dates to around the 1930's to 40's judging from the fabrics and colours. It has a lovely pin wheel design and a very charming ditsy country floral fabric to the reverse
This one combines two different patchwork designs and plain fabrics in a type of strippy Durham quilt/patchwork quilt. This is in excellent condition for a quilt made about 100 years ago. Many of the quilts with a strong red colour to the fabrics have damage as some types of dye used to create red caused the cotton to rot after time.
And finally, this is a lovely Folk Art style quilt - it looks like the American quilts but it was bought from a Weardale house where it had been in the family for many years. The birds have a cheeky look about them! This quilt has a variety of different shapes used within the paytchwork - squares, tiny squares, triangles, octagons, florals.
All for sale this month on Ebay so take a look to see all the photos before they are sold!