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Carpenter's Wheel Quilt, 1835-1845. Pennsylvania. QUILTS Masterworks from the American Folk Art Museum. Great trapunto!

Carpenter's Wheel Quilt, 1835-1845. Pennsylvania. QUILTS Masterworks from the American Folk Art Museum. Great trapunto!

Star quilt made by members of the Jones or the Terry families mid-19th century. Collection of Colonial Williamsburg.

Star quilt made by members of the Jones or the Terry families mid-19th century. Collection of Colonial Williamsburg.

a magnificent mariner's compass quilt from the late 1800s

a magnificent mariner's compass quilt from the late 1800s

Vintage Quilt 68"X77" Star Pattern Browns Blues | eBay<3

Vintage Quilt 68"X77" Star Pattern Browns Blues | eBay<3

mingei quilts - Google Search

mingei quilts - Google Search

Antique Primitive Southern Cabin Quilt Wheel Star Olive Green Deep Red Navy Blk | eBay

Antique Primitive Southern Cabin QUILT~Wheel/Star~Olive Green,Deep Red,Navy,Blk

Antique Primitive Southern Cabin Quilt Wheel Star Olive Green Deep Red Navy Blk | eBay

Mrs. Eldad Miller (1805–1874) and others  Cross River, New York  1861  Cotton and silk with wool embroidery  90 x 75 in.  American Folk Art Museum

Mrs. Eldad Miller (1805–1874) and others Cross River, New York 1861 Cotton and silk with wool embroidery 90 x 75 in. American Folk Art Museum

Star of Bethlehem Quilt, 1880–1900. Silk with cotton backing, 99 x 94 1/4 in. Collection of the American Folk Art Museum

Star of Bethlehem Quilt, 1880–1900. Silk with cotton backing, 99 x 94 1/4 in. Collection of the American Folk Art Museum

Reiter Family Quilt 1848 - 1850 -   wool and cotton.  American Folk Art Museum

Reiter Family Quilt 1848 - 1850 - wool and cotton. American Folk Art Museum

The Dunn Album Quilt - 1852 Made by the sewing group of the Fulton Street United Methodist Episcopal Church of Elizabeth Port, New Jersey. Displayed in the American Folk Art Museum.

The Dunn Album Quilt - 1852 Made by the sewing group of the Fulton Street United Methodist Episcopal Church of Elizabeth Port, New Jersey. Displayed in the American Folk Art Museum.

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