Patchwork

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Piece of patchwork consisting of alternating patches made from two different fabrics, about 4 inches square. One fabric has flowers in red, dark brown and violet with black outlines for stems on a white ground. The other fabric has two shades of violet-brown in vertical stripes with a tiny flower head design reserved in white. Cotton is coarse and heavy. Made in: England or USA. Date: 1800s. Record ID: chndm_1956-72-6.

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