UPDATED INFO: This quilt is believed to be a signature WWII quilt made by the Quilting Guild AKA Hive. During WWII quilts were made to raise money for the Red Cross. The person paid a fee to have there name stitched on the quilt and then the quilt was raffled off. We think the number possibly represents the township?? Also noted is the name in the middle of the quilt which could possibly be the name of the Red Cross Commander. Thank you to one of my followers for helping me with this info!!
Size (inches): 82X72
Excellent vintage condition. Fold lines on the back and some wear. Sold "as is"
Lighter weight 4.0 lbs
This quilt came to me from Pennsylvania. This incredible quilt has over 70 names embroidered on it with the words "Harrison Hive 984" in several places. I tried to do some research into what this refers to, but didn't discover much in my limited amount of time that I had. This would make an amazing wall hanging!!!
Machine pieced and hand quilted.