Quilt No.1098ND - Nancy Dunlap

Nancy Dunlap
Owner: 
Nancy Dunlap
Location: 
WA Country
Maker
Maker: 
Margaret Doran
Made in
USA
Date: 
1921 - 1940
Description: 
Repeat block in wedding ring pattern. All cottons with cream background and mainly pale mauve and green dressmaking prints in wedding rings. Green border and cream calico backing. The padding is cotton. 1800 x 210mm.
History: 

The quilt was made by Margaret Doran in Illinois USA in the 1930s. It then passed to her grand-daughter Rosanne Wold and then to the present owner Nancy Dunlap whose husband Keith is the great grandson of the maker. It is not used now.

Nancy Dunlap with the quilt.
Nancy Dunlap with the quilt.

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