Caesar's Crown is a technically difficult pattern which is probably why I'm collecting antique versions rather than making one of my own. This is a signature quilt from 1851 from Berks/Montgomery Co, PA (near Philadelphia) from the Starley Antique Quilt Collection.
It was made for Elizabeth Bickel or Bechtel (seems to depend on the neighborhood and how English or German it was). The blocks were "signed" written by a paid professional scrivener or writer.
Such beautiful quilting expecially for a signature quilt which generally have very basic quilting as they are "all about the signatures/names".
Design Wall Monday - September 25, 2017 - The Tula Pink Flimsy is still on my "Wall" or Floor in my mind.. The new "Spirirt Animal" line has a nice Pink fabric that I can fussy-cut for the corners...
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