Windmills of My Mind

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Pattern Names: Jack in the Pulpit variation
Top By: Mitchell, Eugenia
Quilted By: Mitchell, Eugenia
Period: 1950-1975
Date: 1975
Location Made: Golden, Colorado (CO) United States
Project Name: RMQM Permanent Collection
Contributor: Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum
ID Number: PQ.1991.001.089
Layout Format: Block pattern
Quilt Size: 82.500 inches x 103.500 inches
Fabrics: Cotton or polyester blend, Cotton, Solid/plain, Checked
Construction: Machine Piecing
Quilting Techniques: Hand quilting
Purpose or Function: Unknown, Unknown
Other Notes: One of the original 101 quilts donated by Eugenia Mitchell of Golden, CO, to start the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum. This quilt is machine pieced of solid and checked fabrics in red, pink, and off-white with off-white sashing and border. The batting is a sheet blanket. The binding is the backing folded to the front with mitered corners. It is hand quilted around the pattern pieces, and with diamond chain in the sashing and cable pattern in the border. The quilting is even at 4 stitches to the inch, done with white thread. The backing is machine pieced off-white cotton. Ownership/History: Eugenia Mitchell created this quilt in 1975 because she liked the song "Windmills of My Mind". At the same time, the Quilters of Nebraska were creating an almost identical quilt. The Nebraska quilt was published in "Quilters Newsletter Magazine". LocMade: Golden///CO//USA
Inscription: Eugenia Mitchell 1975
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