Here is a never-used, pristine condition, hand-made quilt in the very graphic "Drunkard's Path" pattern. It is a lovely deep royal blue and off-white with a matching blue binding. The piecing and quilting are done entirely by hand; quilting is 6 stitches per inch. The pattern is one that was used by the ladies of the Temperance Movement of the early twentieth century in their fund-raising quilt drives. This quilt is post-World War II, however. It is 100% cotton throughout. It is possibly an older top that was quilted during the 1950's or 1960's; most of the Drunkard's Path quilts date from before 1920, since that is when Prohibition was passed. The quilt measures 70" wide by 88" long and will fit a twin sized bed. This quilt is machine-washable and may be dried in the dryer. It was found in Peoria, IL.
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