Thursday, August 5, 2010

August 6th Antique Quilt Trunkshow Springville

c. 1860 basket quilt with bird appliques, probably New York state

(This beautiful basket quilt with birds, hearts and fruit or flower appliques found its way to me via Julie Silber of The Quilt Complex.) This is a Civil War era quilt.
Looking for an antique quilt fix--please come see me at the Springville Utah Art Museum Quilt Show trunkshow afternoon on August 6th, 2010 at 12:30 p.m. I will be sharing a dozen antique quilts from 1800-1900 and their stories. Learn a bit of quilt history while looking at some beautiful quilt stars (these are the original 100+ year old quilts not reproductions).
After the trunkshow you can enjoy the great new quilts on display at the museum through September 1st which by the way, includes 2 small quilts made by me and one by my sister Donna. If you can't make it to the show, read further on to see some of the antique quilts and visit my art quilt blog to see our Springville quilts (crazy quilt, folk art applique and peacock incognito). Feel free to contact me for a trunk show or quilt appraisal.
Update: my friend Bev posted an unsolicited but much appreciated glowing review of my trunk show on her blog, click here to read and see a few pictures. Thanks Bev.


  1. Gorgeous quilt! I just love the applique in the setting triangles!

    Oh how I wish I was anywhere near Utah!

  2. I like the applique on the outer part of the quilt. It adds so much to the design.


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