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Where are the records for this quilt housed?
International Quilt Museum
Who documented this quilt?
Oregon Quilt Project
Oregon Quilt Project ID#:
Date data collected:
Field of Daisies
Ownership of this quilt is:
Carol M. Roberts
Quilt owner's city:
Quilt owner's country:
Quilt name or pattern used by family/owner:
Field of Daisies
Owner's relationship to quiltmaker (if any):
Blood relative of quiltmaker
Describe the owner's relationship to the quiltmaker:
How was quilt acquired by owner?
Occasion, date, person inherited from, etc:
Gift from aunt & uncle
Any additional stories or notes about the quilt's history or ownership?
Who will inherit this quilt?
Son, William Dodd Roberts, will inherit this quilt. Brought to OR in Dec 1978 when moved here.
Top made by:
Reason(s) quilt was made:
Has this quilt been exhibited, displayed, or entered in competitions?
Prizes won? no, yes. List dates and events.
Quiltmaker's Occupation, at the time the quilt was made:
Quiltmaker's birth date:
Name of the state where the quiltmaker was born:
Name of the country where the quiltmaker was born:
Quiltmaker's date and place of death:
c.1992 in Missouri
Highest education level completed:
School teacher/ office manager
Quiltmaker's maiden name:
Quiltmaker's ethnic background/tribal affiliation:
Number of children:
Major influences on quilt making?
Other interesting information about the quiltmaker:
Number of quilts made unknown. When, where and from whom or what was quilting learned? -- She may have taught herself to quilt. I know she taught herself to crochet. I have the papers she copied from a library book on how to crochet. She crocheted bedspreads & tablecloths.
Did the quiltmaker participate in group quilting activities?
How was quilting learned?
Quilting is done with:
Piecing preferences: by hand Quilting is done with: frame on horses
Reason(s) for quiltmaking:
Do you know if any of the following exist?
Photos of quilt maker; photo of quilt
This is a:
Overall width (in inches, to the nearest 1/2"):
Overall length (in inches, to the nearest 1/2"):
Block Size: width x length
8" x 8"
Block Pattern Name:
Field of Daisies
Brackman # or other source & #:
Quilt Layout Format:
Describe the quilt setting:
Quilt Layout Format: on point
Shape of edge:
Cream; Turquoise or Teal
Overall Color Value:
Light or pastel colors; Dark colors
Damage to Quilt:
Very good/almost new
Comments or notes on quilt's condition or repair history:
Quilt Top Materials and Construction
Fibers types in Top:
Cotton; Cotton or polyester blend
Fabric types in Top:
Fabric patterns, styles or prints used:
Floral; Multiple scrap; Novelty; Paisley; Plaid; Print; Solid/plain; Other
Describe any unique characteristics of fiber, fabric, or fabric prints used:
Fabric patterns, styles or prints used: scrap dress prints
Quilt Top Construction
Number of stitches per inch:
Width between quilting lines:
Overall Pattern Design:
Describe any quilting designs that appear on the quilt, but were not listed in a previous field.
Overall Pattern Design: echo on the inside pieces
Front turned to back; Hand sewn
Width of Binding:
less than a half inch
Quilt Back Materials:
Predominate Color of Backing:
Number of pieces of fabric in the quilt back:
Width of pieces (nearest 1/2"):
Describe the back:
Who photographed this quilt?
Source of Quilt's Materials:
Old clothes; Sewing scraps
Quilt Top Pattern Source:
Commercial/Published source: Pattern
Commercial name of the pattern for the top:
Commercial/Published Source: Old Chelsea Needlework Station - Alice Brooks & Laura Wheeler Designers
Choose the best description of the source to the quilt:
If you are the quilt owner, how did you acquire this quilt?
Received as a gift
Cite this Quilt
Gott, Opa. Field of Daisies. c.1969. From International Quilt Museum, Oregon Quilt Project. Published in The Quilt Index, https://quiltindex.org/view/?type=fullrec&kid=40-38-1754. Accessed: 12/10/23