A portion of the Childress Collection was on display at QuiltCon 2019. One of the more stunning pieces was this rare, antique Bullseye quilt. According to the curator, most known Bullseye quilts are attributed to Lenhartsville, PA, circa 1870, and tended to have white space between the circles. A later group, post 1900, filled in the white space with more circles. This may be one of those quilts and is attributed to 1920.  

You can learn to make your own Bullseye quilt with Becky Goldsmith in Show 2401.



#4 Sandy Hendren 2019-03-15 21:02
It radiates warmth!
#3 shirleyquilts 2019-03-10 11:27
And, I actually know where Lenhartsville, PA, is! :-)
#2 pat cunanan 2019-03-10 10:33
That is just stunning !
#1 friedapickett 2019-03-10 08:35
Wow, lots of precision hand piecing!
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