Sunday, January 13, 2008

Rocky Road

Collections have been discussed this week on QuiltArt, prompting people to post photos of their stuff so I'll play too. I collect quilts and this 1930's Rocky Road to Kansas quilt was made by my great grandma Isabella Rogers. I love purple and scrappy quilts and this is one of my favorites. The back is purple home dyed flour sacks. The quilt is being held by AQS appraisers/instructors Bobbie Aug and Gerald Roy at our appraisal classes in Idaho Falls in May 2005. I'll be posting more photos of my collection but you can see a few more on my June 07 posting

1 comment:

  1. What a lovely treasure you have. I'm so happy it's got a good home with you.

    Bobbie is also one of the funniest people I've had the pleasure to meet.

    And I just wanted to tell you that I surely do miss Moab, one of my favorite places on earth. (I grew up in SLC.) Say hello to my red rock landscape and big blue sky for me.


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