Here's a wonderful floral pattern quilt made in the 1930's by Vance Hartsock in Flintstone, Maryland. In exquisite condition, this was lovingly stored all these years in a cedar chest by her son James and his wife along with many other quilts, tops and coverlets made by his mother Vance and his wife's mother Harriet Robosson. I will be listing these separately. The sunflower pattern is similar to a Dresden plate, has a circle in the center with 12 large pointed petals rather than round. These blocks are all hand pieced. The fabrics are typical 1930's with a wide assortment of feedsack or flour sack prints, figural, stripes, gingham, calicoes and solids on white cotton which is also used as the backing. Light weight batting. Quilted in diagonal rows 6 to 7 stitches per inch. The flowers each measure 13" from top to tip. Quilt measures 74" x 109". Ready to display or use in your cottage, country, romantic or any home decor, lovely to look at or snuggle with on your bed.