Monthly Archives: June 2010

Rose of Sharon

This Rose of Sharon quilt block was replicated from an antique quilt made by Wava Woods’ aunt. This Centennial Farm is located at 11100 Mackinaw Trail, Reed City, MI and owned by Dale and Wava Woods. Advertisements

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Log Cabin Straight Furrows

Sharon Stieg made a quilt like this for her only daughter out of her dresses as she was growing up.  We used lots of different colors of paint to replicate this truly “scrappy” Log Cabin, set in a Straight Furrows … Continue reading

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Tulip Basket

Bill & Joanne Corner have the first house in Osceola County to display a quilt block.  Located at 5218 Twenty Mile Rd., Marion, MI.

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4-H Rising Star

Kettunen Center, near Tustin, MI is a 4-H leader training facility and conference center.  West Michigan Quilt Guild members often hold retreats there, so when the guild decided to sponsor a quilt block, Kettunen Center was the logical choice for … Continue reading

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Amaryllis

The woman who previously lived at Steve & Melody Yarhouse’s farm was known for her wonderful flower gardens.  Melody has kept up the tradition, and wanted a “flower” quilt block to carry out the theme.  Located at 12356 80th Ave.,  … Continue reading

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Flying High Ninepatch

John Downing is a private pilot, and his wife Mary makes “block quilts” to give to her grandchildren.  A combination of their two interests resulted in this Flying High Ninepatch block.  Two daughters, one son-in-law and one granddaughter helped with … Continue reading

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Broken Dishes

The Marion Area Historical Society’s quilt block is a replica of a c.1900 quilt called Broken Dishes, which is in the museum’s collection. Several of the Historical Society members helped paint the block to look like old fabrics.  Located at … Continue reading

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