Bride’s Bouquet quilt pattern with stencil templates. From Best Loved Quilt Patterns Series by Oxmoor House Inc. 1992.
From the introduction:
This delightful quilt pattern was popular during the 1930s. It is sometimes called French Nosegay or The Nosegays, and the large triangles are traditionally pieced from green fabric to represent the green paper that such floral offerings were wrapped in. The quilt in the photograph below was made in Fort Deposit, Alabama, about 1934 by Theodosia Smith Norman and Lena Belle Gertrude Smith.
About the series:
This is one of probably a hundred quilt patterns that I will be listing. These patterns were part of a monthly subscription series. Each month, the recipient would receive a pack of 3 different patterns. It took a several years to obtain the complete set.
According to the instructions, this pattern will produce a twin, full, or king size quilt.
The pattern and templates offered in this listing were designated in the “Picture Blocks” category. You will receive the brochure which tells the sizes, fabric requirements, the amount of pieces to cut, and instructions for piecing your quilt. You will also receive the actual templates that is the exact size needed to cut all the pieces of material. The template is made of a hard, yet flexible plastic.
This pattern has never been used. If you receive templates that appears to have been cut out, that's because when first mailed out, templates for 2 or more quilts may have been imprinted on one 8 by 12 inch template sheet. To provide you with just the templates that you'll need for making this quilt, I had to separate them from unrelated templates.
Buyer to pay USPS First Class Mail parcel delivery charges of $3.50. Mailing is from Nevada.
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