Friday, June 15, 2007


Hello, I have been collecting quilt related ephemera for over 5 years and want to share with you my findings. My collection dates from the late 1800's to the mid-1900's. My main focus areas are: series quilts (and their designers) published in newspapers across the country from the mid-teens to the mid-1949's; the Ladies Art Company and early redwork embroidery. I have blocks, tops and quilts that correspond to many of the series quilts and early redwork.

I guess my fondness for needlework started when I learned redwork it at my mother's knee when I was six years old. My paternal grandmother taught me to sew on the machine when I was eight. By the time I was ten, I had mastered knitting, crocheting, embroidery and sewing.

As time permits, I will post information regarding my research. I hope you enjoy it.


Redwork in Germany said...

Hi Louise,
I am really looking forward to the information regarding your research and will come back to your blog regularly!

P.S: I found you through Ingalls posts....

Louise said...

Thanks, I plan on posting information about the Ingalls company shortly. Best regards, Louise