This unique quilt is known as a spinning star pattern and was made with feed sack material from the 1930s-1940s.
This piece was crafted by hand not once but twice and does have minor imperfections due to the age of the fabric. The binding is original to the quilt. All four corners were utilized from this quilt. Two of the borders meet on the opening of this jacket and the other two in the sleeves, creating a dramatic angled point that can be worn down or folded up into a cuff. This is a very thin quilt, so, ideally, this is a lightweight jacket.
This piece was crafted by hand not once but twice and does have minor imperfections due to the age of the fabric. There was some minor staining on the interior of this jacket, but it is not visible from the outside. We carefully selected sections of the quilt that were in the best condition while being the most aesthetically pleasing.
Please note that these are one size fits most, and every square inch of these quilts is utilized, so if you are naturally petite, the jacket can be deconstructed and shortened to your height.
49” back of the neck to the bottom of the hem
39” collar to cuff (to point)
25” armpit to armpit