For your country primitive home, a red and blue calico quilt with a brown check homespun backing. Dating from the late 1890's or early 1900's, the quilt is completely hand stitched. It is a summer weight quilt with one layer of batting between the fabrics.
Not sure of the exact quilt pattern name but it looks to be a varient of hour glass. It is a striking quilt with a wide red border with a black and yellow circle / dot design. Middle of quilt is a combination of the red fabric and a blue with white dot. Entire backing is the brown homespun fabric.
Size is 77 x 77-1/2".
Condition: It is used. The homespun backing does have small worn holes/areas consisting with the wear the quilt has received. Age spotting on the backing, too. On the border, is does have a small mended patch. Also in this same area a straight tear to the fabric 2" in length. Even though it has seen much service, in my opinion, it could still be enjoyed, especially if you love a tattered primitive look.