Dating quilt patterns
Both of these hues have warmer undertone than bubblegum pink, which emerged as a quilt fabric, often as a solid rather than a print, in the twentieth century.
Indigo continued to be common in cotton fabrics through the Edwardian period. Clues in the Calico: A Guide to Identifying and Dating Antique Quilts. Thus, this dye can help to both identify both the date and location in which a quilt was made. Chrome orange, or antimony, was commonly used in appliqué, especially in Pennsylvania, from about 1860 to 1880. Bubblegum pinks were used in solids as well as prints.
Bubblegum pinks, however, are easily distinguished from the others by their cool undertone and general resemblance to chewing gum.
Many pinks were popular in the 1910s, ‘20s, and ‘30s, including double pinks and salmon pinks.