October 2018 Program

Jeananne Wright, Longmont, Colorado

“Sew Many Pieces:  3000 and Counting”

Quilt pieced by Ellen Green, age 14, started in 1928 never finished.


Mosiac Hexagon, circa 1840, 3221 Pieces

Crazy Quilt

Temperence, circa 1875, 20,000+ Pieces

Hexagon with George Washington, circa 1876

Half Square Triangle, circa 1870, 4,466 Pieces

Minature Ocean Waves, circa 1875-1900, 13,328 Pieces

Postage Stamp, 9,240 Pieces

Quilt rescued from Dump

Pineapple Summer Spread

Pineapple Log Cabin made from Silk & Velvet, Circa 1920, 3,920 Pieces

Postage Stamp, 10,659 Pieces

Trip Around the World, circa 1890-1900

Irish Chain, Indigo Blue & White, Circa 1892, 5,224 Pieces

Quilt Made by Eva Wilkins from Nebraska, circa 1910, 11,100 Pieces (100in x 110in)

3,317 Pieces

Double Wedding Ring 6,000+ Pieces

Grandmother's Flower Garden, circa 1930's, 3,920 Pieces

6, 190 Pieces

Circa 1940, 4,915 Pieces

Scrappy Log Cabin, circa 1940's, 3,010 Pieces

Yo-Yo Quilt, 6,000+ Pieces

Sawtooth Circle, circa 1930-1940, 4,695 Pieces

Josephine's 4th of July quilt, circa 1950's, 3,365 Pieces

Quilt by Kathryn Couch of Danville Virginia, circa 1960, 2,600 Pieces on each side (no batting)

Friendship Stars, circa 1940's

Ann's of California, purchased at an Antique Shop for $50, circa 1940's

Duram Quilt with 11 strips, Hand quilted, circa 1888

Feed Sacks, back is Table Cloth

Bow Tie quilt has 240 buttons, triple border and feed sack back with extra blocks.


Thank You, Jeananne, for a wonderful program!