- The “Double Wedding Ring” pattern became popular in the late 1920s. This example was made for the donor by the wife of a rural storekeeper near Raleigh, North Carolina. She used pieces cut from yard goods sold in the store, fabrics typical of the 1930s.
- Currently not on view
- Data Source
- National Museum of American History
- date made
- Credit Line
- GIft of Mrs. John H. Murray
- Physical Description
- fabric, cotton (overall material)
- thread, cotton (overall material)
- filling, cotton (overall material)
- overall: 88 in x 73 in; 224 cm x 185 cm
- Object Name
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