Given to thoughts or feelings of romance;
imaginative but impractical;
To mix together or intertwine;
A confused, intertwined mass.
A jumbled or confused state or condition
THanks for sharing a quilt a day. You collection is amazing!
What lots of people label 1930s prints were available in the 1920s. I know this because of the prints in some of my paternal grandmother's later quilts because she died in 1932 and was too ill to piece during the last couple of years of her life.
All of your quilts are so beautiful, Michelle. How lucky you are to have something made by your ancestors.
I've been watching your bed turning. Thanks for showing off your quilts! I've also been thinking about using antique quilts, and my opinion is that you should use them, and if they wear out, that is ok. Our grandmothers made quilts to be used and loved, not to be stored away in a closet. The number of antique quilts in thrift show us that once the maker has died, a lot of quilts lose their sentimental value. You don't want yours to end up like that! Better to wrap yourself in your grandma's quilt and wear it out than for it to end up in a yard sale after you are gone.
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