If You Love Vintage Quilts

and live in northeast Ohio, then be sure to visit the Summit County Historical Society‘s Perkins Mansion and see the Society’s quilts on display during October. The special exhibit, called Patterns of History: Quilts of the Summit County Historical Society, will be displayed in the Perkins Stone Mansion, John Brown House and the Carriage House.

Single Irish Chain

If you want to preview the exhibit and enjoy some appetizers and desserts at the same time, then come to the preview party on Monday, October 1, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available from the Society or at Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.com/e/preview-party-for-patterns-of-history-quilts-tickets-50086500070.

1870s embroidered tied quilt

I’ve helped inventory the society’s quilts and coverlets, so I know there are some gems.


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8 responses to “If You Love Vintage Quilts

  1. That Single Irish Chain is one of the prettiest quilts I think I’ve ever seen! And it has a more contemporary look because of the way the pattern is interrupted! I wish I could see it in person–the quilting looks amazing.

  2. Rosemaryflower

    Almost worth driving up to Ohio (from northern Virginia!!!) but my life is different now.
    I love these two gems. I love old stuff, I love stories that go with handmade items. Thank you for sharing these two. Just treasures indeed

  3. Chris Wheeler

    I’m looking forward to seeing this exhibit, thanks for the reminder!

  4. That looks like a wonderful place to visit. The two quilts in the photos look like spectacular works… It always makes me wish these old quilts could talk! Thank you for taking part in saving their history.

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