Early American quilt circa 1930 - 1940. 70 inches wide by 86 inches long. It can be used for a single bed or double. The American quilt-making tradition has its roots in the late 1700s and early 1800s. It was primarily during this period that quilt-making became a part of the American woman’s needlework experience. Surviving quilts from this earliest period are unfortunately rare, and are not often seen today outside of collections. Is perfect condition and was bought as never used before.