Quilt The Quiltmaker's Gift, a crib quilt 111420Q - $160

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    Asking $160.00 USD per item

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    1 item (New)

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    3 weeks ago
quiltsbyjudie Verified
Otis, OR
Member since October 23, 2012
Please only contact the seller if you are interested in buying or bartering for this item. Spam and fraud will not be tolerated.
The price listed here is for meet locally. Can meet locally at Otis Junction. CASH ONLY. No checks, of any kind, no money order, no Western Union. No representative sent to collect if purchased online with Pay Pal.

This item can be paid with Pay Pal and mailed for an ADDITIONAL FEE. Contact me via email and I'll send a link where to purchase online.

Quilt The Quiltmaker's Gift, a crib quilt ,111420Q
The name of this quilt is The Quiltmakers Gift designed using two traditional quilt patterns, The New Four Patch and Flashing Windmills.

The size is 58.00" x 50.00". It is commonly called a sofa quilt, a lap quilt or a throw. This size quilt makes a fabulous crib quilt or drag around quilt for kids.
The fabrics are 100% cotton. The batting is Pellon Natural Cotton. The fabrics were not pre-washed and the item has not been washed.

The backing is a warm cozy flannel in a print called Quiltmakers Gift. It might seem like it's a Christmas print at first glance but It pretty much depicts all of the holidays. It has balloons, bunnies, Old King Cole, jeweled treasure chests, dolls. It's a toy room gone a-muck. 

The quilting is a loop-tee-loop edge to edge meander stitch using dark red thread. The binding was sewn by machine using a decorative stitch

A set of matching pillowcases is available. Sold separately and called The Gift of the Quiltmaker. See detail by searching here on BuySell.
Inventory #: 111420Q

I am a long time sewer, crafter, quilter who can't sew much after breaking my wrist with the result being severe nerve damage. The quilts are unused, unwashed. They were made as a learning experience to teach myself how to make as many traditional quilt patterns as I could. They have been stored in minimal light, folded on shelving in a smoke and pet free environment.