Quilt #1. Four Patch Strip Quilt, about 1830,
from Penelope Tucker's collection.
If you do an image web search for the words Vintage Strip Quilt
many different styles come up.
Below is a common style we call a strip quilt.
Quilt #2 About 1940
So a strip quilt is a quilt of blocks pieced in strips.
Quilt # 3 Date?
Quilt # 4 1870-1900
Or is a strip quilt a set for blocks...
Quilt # 5 1880-1920
Blocks of any kind?
#6 Rotary cutting strips pieced together.
Or is a strip quilt any pattern pieced efficiently by cutting strips, stitching them together and then cutting across them?
Quilt #7 Lissa Alexander's strip-pieced
Lone Star for McCall's Quilting.
#8 All in a Row, 24 Row-by-Row Quilt Designs
And what is the difference between a strip quilt and a row quilt?
Quilt #9 Double Four Patch set with chintz, 1810-1830
Except that traditional strip-set quilts are usually hung with the strips vertical. (The antique above with its cut-out corners seems to have been planned that direction.)
And today's Row Quilts are designed with horizontal rows.
Just wondering. You guys got any thoughts?