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Clementine | Orange Vintage World Without End Variation Quilt

Clementine | Orange Vintage World Without End Variation Quilt

$340.00

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Meet Clementine! The perfect summer solstice quilt. this warm and vibrant clementine-colored beauty is a real show stopper. With its bold use of warm tones and with a buttery soft feel, this vintage "World Without End" variation quilt is a shop favorite. It would look beautiful draped on the end of a bed, or on the back of a sofa, adding warmth and depth to any space. This quilt is of medium weight, meaning it's on the cozier side for sure. 

A bit of history: on February 11, 1933-Nancy Cabot presented the "World Without End" quilt block pattern in her Chicago Tribune column. This block got its name “from the book of common prayer" she tells the reader.  It was to be pieced "without intervening blocks of white, as the points of the stars join in the corners forming a kaleidoscope design" which gives the illusion of a world without end.

Quilts are special for their unique blend of artistry, history, and craftsmanship. Each handmade quilt is a labor of love, reflecting the quilter's creativity and skill while often preserving family heritage and cultural traditions. They provide warmth and comfort, symbolizing love and care, and serve as tangible expressions of personal stories or historical events.

The communal aspect of quilting fosters a sense of community and shared tradition, while the sustainable practice of using fabric scraps highlights resourcefulness. We believe the process of quilting offers therapeutic and meditative benefits, making quilts cherished treasures that embody both emotional and practical significance.

Please Note | This is a one of a kind vintage piece. All images have been minimally edited with the use of natural light to best reflect the true condition of the item. Please remember that vintage and antique textiles like quilts were made to be used, and that imperfections they have gotten over the years add to the depth of beauty and charm reflected in this rare and most treasured art form. This piece is in wonderful condition with a couple very small faded stains.

Dimensions | 60” x 74” (shown on twin bed)

Weight | Medium weight 

Care Instructions | Hand-wash only and air dry.

*All quilts are final sale.