Wrap up in history this winter with our new coverlet woven the the Pine Bloom pattern in beautiful dusty rose and brown colors reminiscent of coverlets seen in antique stores which may have originally been red and black. This overshot coverlet has been faithfully reproduced from a 19th century example that was originally woven in Moore County, TN by Elsina Green Motlow (1835-1930). Elsina Green was one of 14 children and it is said that she confronted Federal Troops at her family's doorstep, resulting in the soldiers declining to enter the house.
Woven by Pat Kline of Family Heirloom Weavers in Red Lion, PA exclusively for Tartex Textiles this coverlet was woven on blanket shuttle looms this coverlet features the shuttle woven return selvage edges seen on antique coverlets.
100% cotton warp with 100% wool filling (weft) yarns
This style coverlet measures approximately 77" wide by 90" long overall. It is made of two panels which are sewn together along their length. Copying the style of antique coverlets we have chosen not to match the pattern along this seam.