An auction a couple weekends ago produced three blue and white gems- one quilt and two coverlets, all old and all from New York. The quilt is a wholecloth, c. 1825, and was documented by the New York quilt documentation project, according to a label on the back. The print is a blue toile on white.
A friend who lives in New York state said the records for the New York Quilt Project are in storage in a warehouse in Brooklyn, but they are not yet on the Quilt Index.
The two woven coverlets appear to be overshot, narrow loom about 34" wide, each two panels. At first I thought they might be 1830s, but there is a good chance they are earlier. I saw similar examples made from 1810 to 1820 when I searched online. My first official coverlets, and it looks like they are nice and old. Both need a little work on the center seams, but should be an easy fix.