Take a trip through time and see quilts from the 1800’s, including redwork, embroidered, grandmother’s flower garden, trapunto, and crazy quilts.
Move forward to the 1930’s, and you’ll see patterns such as feed sack, yo-yo, wedding ring, flower basket and tulip quilts, plus a “trip around the world” postage stamp quilt with over 9000 pieces. Contemporary and reproduction quilts include appliqué, Dear Jane, a reproduction of a 1776 Hession Soldier quilt, and a quilt made for Indiana’s Bicentennial.
There are quilts to fit beds, cribs, and doll beds as well as wall hangings, clothing and more.
To purchase tickets or to learn more about the Museum visit www.haanmuseum.org.