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New Antique Quilt Pattern!
All 8 Volumes are now available or purchase the Redwork Boxed Set to receive the entire pattern!
Included in each Volume of the 1891 Redwork patterns:
Order only the Volumes you want or the Redwork Boxed Set, which includes the history AND vintage-inspired red scissors! It will ship in about 3 weeks.
1891 Redwork Quilt
A beautiful wreath, embroidered 1891, is only one of the blocks on this absolutely charming redwork quilt. Finished on all sides, but without backing and, therefore, no batting or quilting, this would have been considered a "summer spread." The 49 embroidered blocks are all different and each are as sweet and adorable as the next. The borders are scattered with whimsical motifs that frame this wonderful quilt.
You may purchase only the Volumes, you want, with Vol. 8 being all the border motifs, or the quilt in its entirety in the Redwork Boxed Set. Click to see what's included in the boxed set, in addition to the vintage inspired red scissors!
Discover the whimsey and history gleaned from this antique quilt!
Reproduction Antique and Museum Quilt Patterns
Included in the Authentic Antique Quilt Patterns:
PO Box 1516
New London, NH 03257
Authentic Antique Quilt Patterns
Hoopla is a small New England company specializing in patterns from museum and antique quilts with an interest in miniature quilt designs also! Owner and designer, Froncie Quinn, is licensed by various museums to create patterns and instructions for their collection of quilts, with an emphasis on the quilt history.
"Being a part of this reproduction project has been a thrill. To view beautiful antique and museum quilts is a pleasure alone, but to have the opportunity to get acquainted with them intimately is indeed a once in a lifetime experience. They are even more spectacular than photographs depict them!"
Please enjoy perusing the selection of patterns which range from those created from museum quilts to Froncie's collection of antique quilts and into her miniature designs.