|1870s pieced quilt from Virginia|
It's in my Quiltmania book,
and also on display through October 25th
at the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum, Golden, Colorado
Not long ago I was telling a friend about how I built my collection buying online, especially through eBay. Truly remarkable, some of the things I've found. Here are ten of my favorites, in random order.
|Hawaiian scrap quilt, c. 1970 - unveiling a regional tradition|
|Crossroads, c. 1870, Texas - surprisingly modern!|
It's in my "Modern Roots" book
|1890s masterpiece of folk art embroidery|
|American Legion Auxiliary Quilt|
1930s time capsule of Salem, Oregon history
|Amish crib quilt, c. 1900|
once part of the world famous Esprit Collection
|blue resist wholecloth, c. 1760-1800 - extremely rare!|
|quilt from Gee's Bend made by Lucy Mingo - I still can't believe my luck!|
|Masterpiece 1970s quilt from Louisiana. |
I was one of the few people collecting polyester at the time.
|c. 1800 pieced quilt from Rhode Island|
rare as could be!!