I appreciate your concern for permission. The quilt you have identified is an antique doll quilt made in the late 19th century in New York state, and I think it would be absolutely wonderful for someone to make it again. It is not copyrighted by anyone, and I am simply lucky enough to own a quilt made, obviously, by a young lady learning to quilt and using up tiny, tiny scraps.
I don't know if the Pinterest site directed you to my website, but I'd like to invite you there to look around. Some of the quilts were made by me, some are in my collection. (her website)
I hope you will send me a photo when you are finished. And photos of anything else you'd like to send. You must have lots of little quilts!
Thanks for getting in touch,
I'm feeling much better now about having permission to make a copy of her quilt, and here's my progress. I have the bottom three rows completed out of seven, and as you can see, Sophia Grace and Rosie are testing it out:
Here's a picture of the original doll quilt:
On the design wall, I'm working on Barbara Brackman's suffragist quilt, and my choice of colors is cheddar, cheddar, and more cheddar.
I haven't decided if I'm going to make a Sunbonnet Sue for block #36, as it doesn't seem to fit in with the other blocks. (Here's the block) What do you think? I had fun making the giant hourglass blocks after making the little ones for the doll quilt. The process is the same for both hourglasses, but results are oh so different in size.
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