A Maryland Album: Quiltmaking Traditions, 1634-1934
Some of the oldest and most collectible American quilts were examined in the quilt documentation project of the Maryland Association for Family and Community Education. Full color illustrations. Indexed.
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Marylands Lost Quilts
The Eby Quilt
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American American Quilts appliqued Association for Family Baltimore Album Quilts Baltimore City basket bedcover block block-printed border calico Carroll County Cecil County Charles County chintz classical color Community Education counterpane County Cottons County Historical Society daughter diary Dorchester County Eastern Shore Elizabeth embroidered fabrics Family and Community farm father floral flowers Frederick County friendship quilt George Gloria Seaman Allen household Ibid inches included inscribed inscriptions inventory John Kent County linen lived MAFCE Magruder maker Margaret marriage married Martha Mary Ann Mary's Mary's County Maryland Historical Society Maryland quiltmakers Maryland quilts Maryland Women Montgomery County mother motifs Museum needlework nineteenth century Pennsylvania Photograph courtesy PIECED AND APPLIQUED Poffenberger popular present owner printed probably Quaker quilt patterns quilt showing quilting designs quiltmakers Rebecca recorded Sarah sewing sister slaves squares star quilt stitches style Susan Dawson textile tradition Virginia Washington Washington County Wicomico County wreath