Antique quilts 19th century

Explore a collection of exquisite antique quilts from the 19th century. Discover the artistry and craftsmanship of these timeless treasures and add a touch of history to your home decor.
Quilts, Patchwork, Houston, Vintage, Triangle, Antique Quilt, Antique Quilts, Old Quilts, Vintage Quilts

So long between posts, I have been under the weather and haven't been feeling up to posting, now trying to catch up with news. Two weeks ago I visited the Guild Quilt Museum in York, which has been open for a few years but this was my first long overdue visit! I enjoyed it very much indeed and loved the hall and current exhibition, but for several reasons, I am not sure when I will be visiting again. We, who live on the west side of the UK and can't face an arduous drive across country on…

Claudia chaback
Antique Pioneer Quilts - Diary of a Quilter - a quilt blog Pink, Vintage, Patchwork, Quilts, Lady, Quilting, Antique Quilts, Vintage Quilts, Old Quilts

One of our favorite places to visit in the summer is This is the Place Heritage Park in Salt Lake City. We volunteered there a few summers ago. It’s a recreation village of historical houses and businesses of the pioneering-era of the American West (mid-19th Century). One of my favorite stops (and fortunately the kids indulge me) is the old hospital building with a floor dedicated to displaying the large collection of antique quilts from the Utah Quilt Guild. I love the space that it’s in –…

Lorri Sawyer Bashein
Museums, Design, Store Design, Shop Interior Design, Display Design, Exhibition Design, Exhibition Display Design, Exhibition Display, Exhibition Booth

Last Thursday, I went to the most incredible display of quilts that I have ever seen. My TV crew joined me at the Park Avenue Armory at 643 Park Avenue (between 66th and 67th Street), in New York City to see the American Folk Art Museum’s presentation of “Infinite Variety: Three Centuries of Red and

Ogul Sipahioglu