Pieced Quilts

This Log Cabin Pieced Quilt is made from left over scraps of material.
This Log Cabin Pieced Quilt was made for a lady here in Indiana. The quilting is simple "stich in the ditch" which is sewing in the seam around the pieces.
The center of this Pieced Quilt is a panel and the quilt is called a Panel Quilt. The outside sashing is pieced half square triangles.
This queen size Pieced Quilt was made by my mother and quilted by me.
This is my Pieced Quilt. It is called a Freedom Bound. Each block tells a story of a young slave girl's travels north to Ohio.
This is a 50 year collection of show ribbons from the Indiana State Fair Antiques and Collectibles Show. They are pieced together in a log cabin design and bound with white ribbon. The quilt was done for a 94 year old gentleman.
This Pieced Quilt is from a kit that a lady brought to me to construct and finish. The border piecing is called lattice.
This Quilt is one I did a long time ago for a customer. It's a full piece of material that is quilted.
The signature blocks in this quilt are from the 1800's. They were found in the basement in a tote from an estate. Each block is signed, dated and the location of the person signing is noted. This quilt is not finished yet.
This double bed size Pieced Quilt was done from Crown Royal bags that a lady collected. She surprised her husband with it on Father's day.
This Quilt was done for a lady who had saint Bernard dogs and wanted it for a couch throw. It is a full sheet of material quilted in a meander design.
These are both projects with a pre-printed quilt pattern - quilted for lap covers. The pattern is Wedding Ring.
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