Washington Street Studio Red Blue 35" Signature Patriot PANEL Civil War Reproduction Cotton Fabric
Hundreds of thousands of quilts were made during the Civil War. They were subject to heavy use, making surviving examples extremely rare and particularly cherished. The inspirational piece for this collection dates back to 1840-1850. It is truly unique since it is also a signature quilt, featuring the name(s) and date(s) of the individual quilt blocks and the women who created them. It is believed to be a collaborative piece from a ladies sewing club out of North Virginia. This signature panel piece which can serve as the focal piece of a quilt, is a true replica of the original antique quilt.
For each panel, you will receive about a 35" length consisting of 12 signature blocks cut straight from the bolt. The block colors alternate as shown in the photo.