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Embroidery Passbook Mall Colourful Peacock by Glenn Harris - Colourful Peacock Hoop

Detail, long, appliquéd cotton panel, likely made by Martha Cannon Webb Logan of Charleston in the 1840s. In its current form, about 17 inches high and almost 18 feet long, the city of Charleston is detailed from the sailing ships in the harbor, carriages and goods, to the houses on the Battery. It is a masterpiece of needlework and a charming folk-art depiction of the city, perhaps reassembled from a larger, more practical quilt. From the collections of the Charleston Museum.

Detail, long, appliquéd cotton panel, likely made by Martha Cannon Webb Logan of Charleston in the 1840s. In its current form, about 17 inches high and almost 18 feet long, the city of Charleston is detailed from the sailing ships in the harbor, carriages and goods, to the houses on the Battery. It is a masterpiece of needlework and a charming folk-art depiction of the city, perhaps reassembled from a larger, more practical quilt. From the collections of the Charleston Museum.

This appliqué album quilt was made by members of Old Otterbein Church in Baltimore in 1854

This appliqué album quilt was made by members of Old Otterbein Church in Baltimore in 1854

Baltimore Album Quilts were made in Baltimore, Maryland around 1846 through 1853. They are appliquéd quilts (applying a piece of fabric by sewing it onto a base as opposed to piecing where the quilter joins pieces). The word "Album" in Baltimore Album quilts refers to a collection of blocks. Usually there are no two blocks the same in the quilt.

Baltimore Album Quilts were made in Baltimore, Maryland around 1846 through They are appliquéd quilts (applying a piece of fabric by sewing it onto a base as opposed to piecing where the quilter joins pieces). The word "Album" in Baltimore Album qu.

baltimore album quilts

Give Your Quilt some Dash with Appliqué

baltimore album quilts - saw this block in a Baltimore quilt at the Int'l Quilt Festival today.

Baltimore Album Quilt, 1849. Made foe Mary Caroline Pattison. Baltimore Co, Maryland.

Baltimore Album Quilt, Made foe Mary Caroline Pattison. Baltimore Co, Maryland.

Baltimore Album quilt dated 1847, 16" x 16" blocks, many hand written signatures but only one is dated.  The donor of the quilt said it was made for a wedding that took place in 1857.

Baltimore Album quilt dated x blocks, many hand written signatures but only one is dated. The donor of the quilt said it was made for a wedding that took place in

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