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Chintz Center Panels

Popular in America 1820-1840

These exquisite Chintz Center Panels are accurate reproductions, in both color and scale, of medallions from vintage quilts owned by private collectors and the International Quilt Study Center, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

The framed medallion quilt of the turn of the 19th century featured a central area of interest surrounded by pieced and/or appliqued borders. The center could be a hand painted Indian fabric with a tree-of-life design or cut-out chintz in the Broderie Perse style. Another option was a Chintz Center Panel printed especially for quilts.

British and European textile manufacturers printed these elegant Chintz Panels from c. 1808 until the 1830s. They were block printed in assorted sizes and shapes, (squares, circles, ovals, rectangles) and were perfect as the central focus of a mosaic or center medallion quilt.

Made in America

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Recently a customer completed a lovely Chintz quilt which she washed in Woolite. Alas..the panel (printed with ink) faded badly. I would not recommend using Woolite with the Chintz Center Panels. The printer recommends Ivory soap, I like Orvus paste.

Chintz panels are shipped separately with special shipping rates.


Fabrics - 1/2 yd minimum for each fabric (use decimals)

Black Octagon

  • From International Quilt Study Center,
    University Nebraska-Lincoln
  • 10 1/2" X 12" plus 3" margins
  • Dye on sheeting
  • Hand wash cold (Ivory or Orvus), cool iron


#CP211V    $32.50/Each
Qty:

Oval Bouquet

  • From a private collection
  • 10\" X 12\" plus 1/2\" margin
  • High Quality Giclee Fine Art Printing on Sateen
  • Hand wash cold (Ivory or Orvus),cool low iron

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#CP010V    $26.50/Each
Qty:

Trophy of Arms

  • From a private collection
  • 20" square plus 1/2" margins
  • High Quality Giclee Fine Art Printing on Sateen
  • Hand wash cold (Ivory or Orvus), cool iron
  • Interview this panel for your Jane Austen quilt per Linda Franz.

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#CP003V    $64.50/Each
Qty:
Trophy of Arms Quilt Kit ( approximately 70" square) ...this includes the Bonnie Blue pattern Emily's Gift # PB914V, a Trohpy of Arms Panel and the notions and fabrics needed for the quilt top and binding.

#QKC003V    $229.00/Each
Qty:
20" Bouquet with Scrollwork
  • Interview this panel for your Jane Austen quilt per Linda Franz.


  • #CP202V    $64.50/Each
    Qty:
    Starter pak of coordinating fabrics. 9 FQs I have been working with these panels for several months now and I learned which fabrics work best for an early 19th century look. If you are ordering more than 1 panel...please indicate the one to coordiante...the blues and pinks differ. Margo

    #8SFQV    $25.00/Each
    Qty:

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