On Day 4 of my Shipshewana retreat, I visited Rebecca's Arts and Antiques. Today on my design wall I have the antique nine patch blocks that I bought there along with the bigger T block. I believe Rebecca said that the nine patches were from Ohio circa 1930. For some reason I only bought 19 blocks, and I could use 25 for the arrangement below. So I'll either have to come up with a different arrangement or call Rebecca and have her save me 5 more of the blocks.
The two color applique' is called Sunflowers and is from Pacific Rim Quilt Company. I finished the hand applique' on it during the retreat.
Here is Rebecca's Arts and Antiques. She has lots of vintage items in her shop for sale including antique quilts, quilt tops, and blocks. If you get to Shipshewana, Rebeccas is a must see. The shop has wooden floors, and when you take that first step inside it will bring back memories of when you were younger.
Here are just a few of the things inside of Rebeccas.
There are lots of beautiful quilts for sale. The stack of quilts at the far left corner of the photo are quilt tops for sale.
Baskets, wooden spoons, dishcloths, wooden clothes dryers, baskets and more.
This one is striking.
Interesting pattern in these blocks.
One friend purchased this quilt.
Another friend purchased both of these.
Another friend purchased this top and some backing to finish the quilt.
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