This beautiful late 19th-century motif is a Martha Pullen design inspired from Julia Hosford's Crazy Quilt at the Daughters of the American Revolution Museum in Washington, D.C. The quilt was made in Concord, New Hampshire, ca. 1880-1900.
Hyacinth and lavender embroidery on natural cream cotton toweling.
Proudly made in USA. Material is fine quality cotton toweling sewn with utmost attention to detail. Pre-washed (dye-free/perfume-free) to prevent shrinkage, and starched. Machine embroidered with fine quality 60 wt. rayon thread. Includes trim inside top corner.
Approximate towel size: 16" width, 27" length.
Recommended care: Machine wash cold with similar colors, delicate cycle; tumble dry low, remove promptly. Iron as necessary; use pressing cloth to protect embroidery. Actual colors may vary slightly between the screen display and finished product.
Rebecca Elayne Decor is not affiliated with or sponsored by the Martha Pullen Company, NSDAR, or DAR Museum.
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