Sunny Baby Ducks crib quilt...this is one of the older quilts I own. I bought it quite a few years ago, for $20 in a small antique shop. It's just 6 of the appliqued ducks set with lattice. The only quilting is some machine stitching in the ditch of the lattice. There is NO batting of any kind in this quilt. What appeals to me, the most besides the yellow ducks, is that the quilt maker used muslin sugar bags as her background. There are 6 appliqued ducks on 6 opened out sugar bags. The back in the same, sugar bags. She turned what little printing was left on them, to the inside, but when you hold the quilt up to the light, you can still see the words and sugar symbols...LOL. From the dimentions, I'm thinking probably they were 10# bags of sugar. I think this was made in the 1930's or possibly, the 1940's. It falls into the category of the depression years quilts.