A CLOUD OF QUILT PATTERNS: AN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PATTERN IN BLOG FORM UPDATES & ADDITIONS BY BARBARA BRACKMAN

Monday, April 5, 2021

Wreath of Pomegranates

 

Small quilt from an online auction. Looks to be 20th-century.
A pomegranate wreath.

There are a lot of wreaths in my Encyclopedia of Applique
but not this one.

Here's another, 1930-1960?, one of a pair of blocks
40" square.

I'd guess this was a pattern passed around in a small community
in Pennsylvania.

An 8" digital picture for a pattern.

We've been looking at pomegranates over at the Quilt History South Facebook page. Not really a Southern regional pattern. It's actually a classic of design that goes back centuries. Fun to see how quilters used it.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/2427588900863781/

2 comments:

  1. Are you planning to add this pattern to the Encyclopedia of Applique? Are you planning on a BlocBase type version of the Encyclopedia of Applique?

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