How special!! That is a gorgeous quilt, your very lucky to have some family history!!
It is so typical of the quilts made in the 1920s and 30s in this area. They just loved pink and green together. Back in the 1970s & 80s you could find pieces of pink & green painted furniture on the curbside for the trash. If you stripped off the paint there was either golden oak or mahogany wood underneath. Now those were the days of great trash "shopping"!
It's beautiful! I remember my Grandma crocheting in pink and green :-)
Oh, that's one of my favorite patterns! How special to have an "original" - and what a happy looking quilt!
And here I thought tis version of the nine patch was a contemporary design. It is pretty and I guess it is up to you to hand quilt it now!
What beautiful colours... that must've been a LOT of work to do that by hand.
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