Crinoline Girl – A rather unique variation of this fantasy lady. Beautifully quilted, thick cotton quilt in lavender and cream color. This quilt is suitable for a single bed and possibly a double bed, depending on your style. Edges are embroidered all around the dress, top, hat, and parasol! This lovely quilt is destined to … More Crinoline Girl – Quilts of the 1960s
We wore crimplene in the sixties and seventies but the look and touch of bring back memories of when moms sewed pant suits and dresses. For the most part it was a forgiving fabric, it didn’t unravel, it was resistant, the color never faded. Materials were plain or patterned. It was easy to sew but … More Crimplene: The fabric we love to hate!
Imagine a time when women worked as farm wives and their husband and hired hand came in for “dinner” at noon. The husband would often have a sleep after dinner, the main meal of the day, and the hired hand would settle down for a snooze on a cot in the kitchen. This was common … More Hired Man Heavy Wool Quilt
Lang House Bed and Breakfast offers comfort year round. You get the feel that you are getting into bed in a 1950s grandparents’ house as you slip into soft, flannel sheets that protect you from the itchy but beautiful wool blankets with their satin borders. The heavy wool quilt, pieced together from a collection of … More Flannel Sheets, Wool Blankets, and a Heavy Wool Quilt