This collection of patriotic quilts one will find red, white and blue quilts, flag quilts, eagle quilts, victory quilts, quilts with the feel of Americana and patriotism. These collectible quilts will be listed when available, as they are often difficult to find. These quilts are American made unless noted.
This 4 Point Connecting Stars quilt may be a Bi-Centennial quilt from the 1970's. The condition is very good. The quilt has had a bath and is ready to enjoy. All hand quilted at 6 spi. A true patriotic quilt that displays so nicely. Missouri
Offering this extraordinary antique quilt top made of cigarette/tobacco flannel premiums. Such a huge collection and sampling of flannel printed blocks all stitched together making a fantastic quilt top. Many of the flannels are Indian patterns and several flags, about 60, making up the center panel. Some of the patterns symbolize Indian blankets and Oriental rugs with wonderful geometric patterns. There's a few, about 5 or so blocks near the bottom edge that have some bleeding of color. Otherwise the condition is excellent. There's approximately 235 blocks or flannels in all making up the top. A true piece of Americana and one so many collectors can enjoy and add to several categories of collecting. Massachusetts.
Offering this attractive pieced basket quilt in colors of red, white and blue giving it a patriotic/Americana feel. Displays well. The basket is pieced and the handle is machine appliqued down. The condition is excellent. It is all hand quilted at 8 spi and the quilting pattern is the Baptist fan pattern. For the binding the backing was brought forward to the front and machine stitched down. Clean and ready to enjoy and it doesn't have to be the 4th of July!! Stillwater, Ok. estate.
Offering this great patriotic applique quilt, called the American Eagle Quilt. It was a kit quilt offered by Paragon Needlecraft #01128. This was the colors in the kit of just gold and white.There were 2 other colors offered in this kit. A great eagle in the center of the quilt with stars surrounding and urns of flowers in the corners. The patriotic swag and stars border set off the quilt. There are roses in each claw and a branch in the beak of the eagle. It is circa 1950's and is cotton and all hand quilted at a nice 6-7 spi. It is also hand appliqued. The separate binding is stitched on by hand. The quilt is in excellent condition and has had a bath, so is ready to enjoy. It can be hung as art or displayed on a bed. What a great quilt to add to a collection. From Virginia.
This visual Tumbling Blocks or Baby Blocks vintage quilt top is in excellent condition. It is all hand pieced. Made with strong solids of red, white and blue fabrics that appear to be circa 1940's. It also has a triple border of the 3 colors. Sometimes solids can be harder to date, but feel this is probably a World War II quilt. This is one of the pieces that were exhibited in the America Collects-Patriotic Quilts in Houston, Tx. 2010 that came out of my collection. The top was board mounted and displayed well. It's a nice top to keep as is or can be quilted. Acquired in New Mexico.
This is a great unusual painted flowers state quilt, as the painting is done on the black brushed cotten fabric and it has a wonderful silk sashing of red, white and blue. The state flowers are painted in each of the blocks and it has the name of the state. I didn't check to be sure each flower correlated with each state! The condition is very good with a few slight splits on the binding edge, one image shows a corner. I have seen state flower quilts, but never one done on black ground and sashed like this. The blocks are machine top stitched and there is not really any quilting , but it is backed in a soft lavender/plum silky fabric. Displays well and is an excellent quilt for a collection. Acquired back East, but was told came from Texas.
This Lone Star quilt of colors of red, white and blue on an off white ground is a wonderful quilt to hang or display on a bed. Excellent condition. Hand quilted in a fan pattern. Quilted by hand at 6 spi. Bound with the back turned to the front and stitched down by machine. This is probably a Robert Frank pattern of precut fabrics, the Robert Frank Needlework Company from Kalamazoo, Mi. This company sold die cut diamonds in red, white and blue fabrics to make stars quilts. Nice quilt to add to collection. This quilt is one from my collection that was exhibited at International Quilt Festival in Houston, Texas- 2010 in the America Collects-Patriotic Quilts exhibit. It has also been exhibited at the American Quilters Show in Nashville, Tn in 2000.
This is one of the hard to find variations of the traditional Double Wedding Ring patterns,,, as this has the pieced star in the center of the rings and the rings were done with solid colored fabrics. Note too, how the rings connect, as they come together as points. This pattern is known as the Golden Wedding Ring. The quilt is in mint unused condition and is unwashed. It is all hand quilted at 5-6 spi. The separate yellow binding was stitched on by hand. A nice solid colored backing of yellow . The 3 sides are scalloped and the top is straight. Ready to use or display,,, and it would also make a great gift.