I might send this photo to Rose Marie Werner this weekend when the weather gets colder. I found the quilt years ago and purchased it because I simply like it.
I was very surprised to find that Rose Marie attributed this pattern to Anne Orr. There is no title or date for the quilt but the kit was apparently offered in a leaflet called Anne Orr's Quilts.
Anne Orr is better known for her geometric patterns that look more like cross stitching. You can see some examples here at Pinterest. But as I continued to research, I found some examples of traditional applique:
I love the gentle and charming children on this quilt and hope you enjoy the close-ups of the blocks:
Like Marion Cheever Whiteside Newton's applique patterns, the children's faces are not embroidered. It's a sweet quilt and one of my favorites.
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Have a safe and happy day!
Very cute quilt, the applique is beautiful!ReplyDelete
Love this sweet quilt. Beautifully appliqued. I find the grey blue background an interesting choice for a child's quilt. Different but I like it.ReplyDelete