Red and White Cotton Appliqued Quilt, possibly Hawaii, early 20th century, with four large solid red cotton flowering plant motifs surrounded by a stylized vine, with circles in the corners, all appliqued to a white ground, stitched with concentric circle, feather, diamond, feathered wreath, and diagonal line designs, edged with red, and backed with white cotton, (minor imperfections), 76 x 76 in. The four main plant designs are all made from one piece, not several stiched together, they are stitched onto four large white cotton squares. The red border is made from several segments, each plant, circle, and connecting vine is one separate piece,(except for one circle made from two pieces), then appliqued to the white foundation of four wide long strips of white cotton. There is machine stitching joining the four large center squares, the wide border segments, and the edging. Condition: Unwashed or barely washed hand, minor fading to red fabric, no holes or fraying detected; there are a few unobtrusive sparsely scattered small brownish-toned stains and and few small lighter bleached spots on the red fabric, barely noticeable unless under very close inspection.