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TitleBoyd Scott Quilt
DescriptionThis quilt pattern has origins in hexagonal quilts from 18th century England. Very popular in the first half of the 20th century
DescriptionMade from strip sets, in which long pieces of scrap bag fabric are pieced together and separated by sashing strips of a contrasting color. Although the exact date is , this technique was common from...
TitleLog Cabin Quilt
DescriptionDonated by Mrs. Brock in 1995. Tied with silk tufts in reverse.
DescriptionTraditionally made with red square in the center of the blocks. This quilter used an embroidered red X to denote the center.
Time PeriodColonization and Settlement (1585-1763), Revolution and the New Nation (1754-1820)
DescriptionBelieved to pay homage to the LeMoyne brothers who settled in Louisiana in 1699. Known as the Lemon Star in New England, first published in 1911 but made prior to that.
TitleWhole Cloth Quilt
DescriptionDonors parents were NJ residents. Spectacular quilting of wreath designs.
DescriptionTraditional quilt pattern that commemorates Br. General John Burgoyne's surrender at Saratoga, NY. Traditionally made in blue and white rather than red and white. Beautiful hand quilting on all white...
Time PeriodExpansion and Reform (1801-1861)
DescriptionMade by Speertown Quilts for the Revere Bedroom at the Crane House. Uses trapunto technique for raised design.
Time PeriodContemporary America (1968-present)
DescriptionCotton and fabrics are found on another quilt attributed to Guinevere Free
Time PeriodRevolution and the New Nation (1754-1820), Expansion and Reform (1801-1861)