Here is a nicely quilted whole cloth, in white and purple cotton sateen.
There is a large circular "coin", which resembles the Weardale quilts.
Many of the other motifs are border or strip quilt designs - running feather ......the outer border is of running feather with daisies.
There are large feathers and daisies to be seen, too. These patterns were popular because they were showy but did not involve much close quilting - they covered the fabric well.
The reverse is a white cotton sateen - the edge is hand sewn, which is slightly unusual for Durham quilts - more often they are machine sewn.
This is the "bellows" pattern.
All in all, a nice quilt, very colourful and well worked. Unfortunately, no further information about this quilt, which is probably from the 1930's.