Well, it is actually a top, but definitely a mystery to me. I have no idea where or when I got it. I just found it in the back of a closet shelf yesterday.
It is about 70 x 70 inches, made entirely of solids except for some black squares with a tiny linear print.
The fabric itself is not the usual quilter cotton. It has a sheen to it on the top surface only, as if it is glazed. On magnification, it has a herringbone weave, which makes a one-way pattern.
The 4-patch squares are 2 inches unfinished. It is machine stitched. This closeup includes a raw edge.
I love the diagonal pattern of the half square triangles and the soft colors overall.
If any of you can give me any help with the mystery, please do so. Could it be Amish?
I’m linking up with Angela at http://superscrappy.blogspot.com/and Cynthia at http://quiltingismorefunthanhousework.blogspot.com/