Starting in the mid 1800s, patterns with little girls began to surface. They were very popular from the 1920s through the 1940s. As the years went on by their clothes were updated, they were loved by young and old alike. This is a great pattern for using up those small favorite pieces of fabric you have laying around. This quilt was appliqued and machine pieced using the satin stitch. This was a quilt I made...
Mt. Olive Baptist Church fire, 721 Washington Street, former Methodist Church, October 26, 1977.
showing men in high hats with horse or man drawn wagon, 1868 photo.
Shows man in boat attached to machinery. Jan. 28, 1921.
Published color postcard. Shows horse & wagon. ca. 1918
Hoboken NJ The Hoboken First Bank, The first National Bank of Hoboken on corner of Newark&Hudson torn down in 1912 to make way for new bank 1900
Crawford states that the moneyer is perhaps Marcus Aurelius Cotta, father of Gaius Aurelius Cotta, Marcus Aurelius Cotta and Lucius Aurelius Cotta, consuls of 75, 74 and 65; he may also be a younger son of Lucius Aurelius Cotta, consul of 144 born therefore c. 160 or later. He considers Hercules drawn by centaurs as an artistic motif and regards it as a variation of a normal Hercules in a biga type, perhaps chosen to...
Shows mounted horsemen.
Keystone Dairy Co. 7th & Jefferson Street showing horses & milk wagons, later called Jansen's Dairy, ca. 1909
This quilt was designed with the theme Black Lives Matter . It's a three part quilt in which each panel explains the history of African American treatments regarding our lives from Africa 1600 to America 2016. Panel 1- shows the starts of slavery from the West Coast of Africa with Africans being taken from their homes in chains. Panel 2 -This panel shows the lynching of African Americans. Panel 3 - This one shows the...
This quilt was inspired by the quilts of Gee's Bend, Alabama.
Copy of antique quilt owned by Oscar Coppie of Cedar Grove. Pattern drafted by Louis Fornoff. Approximately 56 pieces per row.