I've had it for nearly as long as I've been quilting - twenty years. It was for sale in an antique store in a little Indiana town, and carried the whopping price tag of $10. Apparently, the seller didn't think too highly of it. The quilt is actually fairly sturdy, but the greens have become somewhat brittle. Greens normally hold up, so that is unusual.
Tomorrow, I am meeting Vicki in Baltimore, where she is working, and we are headed to Pennsylvania for the Packwood Exhibit that I know some of you have already been to. We are also aiming for Lancaster Co., and Washington D.C. for some more museum hopping, and Alexandria, Virginia. Should be a terrific long weekend.