Florence Peto was a quilt historian, lecturer, antique textile collector, and a Quilter’s Hall of Fame Inductee. This feisty little lady was a prolific needle worker as well as a quilter and a crewel embroiderer. Although some of her quilts hang in museums, an entire collection of them is still owned by the Peto family.
With their endorsement and encouragement, I not only have the opportunity to reproduce “Florrie’s Garden Extraordinaire!” with the collection of the Posey Packets,® but also a small group of a potentially LARGE collection of fabrics from her quilts. In addition, I've also been asked to pattern the group of quilts still owned by the family.
Although most of the fabrics are, sadly, out of print, I DO have pieces left. Email which fabric you'd be interested in my digging for! I also leave them on the website to give you an opportunity to search the internet for any larger pieces.
Showing 1 - 24 of results