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Stained Glass Eagle Throw


This is a quilt throw I made for my dad who loved eagles.  He passed away in December of 2004 and I was given back the throw from the VA in Glendive Montana.  I free-motioned this quilt with my sewing machine back in 1998 before they called it free motion, as I did not have a longarm machine at the time.

I now own a Babylock Longarm and quilt for others and for those who want a quilt mae and quilted in Wyoming.  

Date Added: January 21, 2018


Name of Pattern or Block Stained Glass Eagle
Owned By Marcia Stewart
Name of Maker Marcia Stewart
Name of Quilter Marcia Stewart
Year Made 1998
Year Made is: Certain
Located in City Cheyenne
Located in State Wyoming
Located in Country United States
Condition of Quilt Excellent
Design Source Published Pattern
Genre Art Quilt
Quilt Type Other
Quilt Type - Other Desc. Throw and now hanging on the wall
Quilt Width 40
Quilt Height 50
Measurement In: Inches
Fabric Used 100% Commercial Cotton
Fabric Used - Other Desc. Cotton
Construction Technique Piecing and Applique
Piecing By Hand & Machine
Applique by Machine
Types of Quilting Quilted on domestic machine


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