This is a "stamped" quilt, that is, it was professionally marked, probably by an Allendale quilt designer.
This quilt comes from Sunderland, which seems to have been a hotbed of quilting. When the Allendale tin mines failed, many families moved to coastal towns such as Sunderland to take up jobs in the dockyards. Thus many Quilters must have made the journey. Church quilting groups seem to have been particularly important in Sunderland.
This quilt must have been kept for "best"...it has a central rose surrounded by eight flat ironpetals, surrounded by fern and more roses.
A swag border is topped by small roses and feathers.
This quilt measures 76 x 92 inches.