Feather Stitch - Fenton
This pattern looks much like Fenton's Coin Dot, but with the addition of "stitches" between the dots. Bowls are about 8 and one half inches across which makes them larger than the Coin Dot pieces. A rather scarce pattern. One marigold rosebowl is reported. Found mostly in ruffled or ice cream shaped bowls but very occassionaly in a plate. Typically found in amethyst, aqua, blue, green, marigold and a rare red.

The blue card tray in the center is owned by Pamela Waluk and is 9 1/2 inches across. She sent the photo in September, 2009.

The photo of the bowl at the right was sent in by Kim Damzel of Canada. There are a couple of things unusual about it. First of all, it's vaseline. The other unusual aspect is the three-in-one edge. Most unusual for this pattern.