Quilted petticoats were a popular items in 18th and 19th century - and a large variety of styles existed - rendered in satins, silks, cottons, wool etc, depending on the use and function.
This one is a generic style suitable for 1840s through the 1890s, as a winter item, protecting the wearer from the cold drafts!
It would be worn under your corded petticoat or crinoline cage, keeping your legs warm. Most of the skirts supports and petticoats would be worn on top of it - though it can take a small bustle cage or a bustle pad if needed.
*3 layers - all cotton. Outside a very soft cotton flanelette with a quintessentially Victorian pattern - burgundy paisley. lining in red cotton and inside a light cotton wadding to provide warmth
*basic machine quilting with a mix of horizontal rows and diamonds pattern
*waistband with a drawstring to regulate the size
* modern finish inside for economy
Waistband at fully stretched is 39", though would look best on a corseted waist size 26-36.