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Amy's Outdoors Quilt
Amy's Outdoors Quilt
This quilt was made for Amy Albaugh by her Grandmother, Mary Sherfick. It features 12 different appliqued blocks depicting a bear, moose, pheasant, ducks, a fisherman, a cabin, and other nature scenes. Each of these scenes represent the 12 months of the year, and the blocks are ordered in the proper month order, starting with the Cabin winter scene for January. 
 
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Amy's Wolf Quilt
Amy's Wolf Quilt
This is an appliqued quilt featuring wolves that Mary Sherfick made for her granddaughter, Amy Albaugh. 
 
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Carrie's Pink Floral Quilt
Carrie's Pink Floral Quilt
This quilt was made for Carrie McAtee by her Grandmother, Mary Sherfick. It includes 11 appliqued blocks in a folk art style of various sizes in the main colors of pink, blue, and lavender.  
 
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Christmas Tree Quilt
Christmas Tree Quilt
This is a green and red Christmas Tree quilt made by my mom, Mary Sherfick. 
 
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Cyndy's Bear Quilt
Cyndy's Bear Quilt
This quilt was made by Cyndy McAtee's mother, Mary Sherfick sometime after Cyndy moved to Bloomington, Indiana in 2004. It features appliqued and machine embroidered black bears and pine trees with a butterfly background. 
 
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Cyndy's Fifty State Flowers Quilt
Cyndy's Fifty State Flowers Quilt
This is Cyndy's embroidered quilt, started by her mother, Mary Sherfick, the year she left for college (1978). The blocks were started then but the quilt was not completed until 2007. Over the years Mary worked on and off on the quilt. Carrie McAtee even helped when she was a little girl with the embroidery of at least one state. 
 
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Cyndy's Moose Quilt
Cyndy's Moose Quilt
This quilt was made by Mary Sherfick. It features appliqued moose and pine trees with moose graphic prints. It was made after 2004. This was the 3rd outdoors quilt (after the bear and wolf quilt). 
 
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Dresden Blue and White Quilt
Dresden Blue and White Quilt
My Great Grandmother, Tabitha Barr, made this quilt. It has thousands of very tight hand-stitches and several different patterns of blue textured designs. 
 
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Erin's Fish Quilt
Erin's Fish Quilt
Erin Albaugh made her first quilt this summer ('09) and received a special merit and blue ribbon at the Indiana State Fair. She also made a matching pillow in her fish theme. This photo is of the display at the State Fair. 
 
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Flower Garden Quilt
Flower Garden Quilt
This quilt was made by my Maternal Grandmother, Maggie Wade, at the Sr. Center. It was raffled and won by my Paternal Grandmother, Bettie Chestnut. The Senior Citizen Center is just up the block from both grandmothers' homes, and now their granddaughter, Sylvia Albaugh, is the Martin County Sr. Center Director. 
 
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Grandma Wade's Green Quilt
Grandma Wade's Green Quilt
Grandma Maggie Wade made this from homemade dresses of Mom and her sisters. It is an 8-point star pattern. Because she didn't have material big enough to make the pieces in the design, she pieced the pieces. 
 
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Heart Quilt Wall Hanging
Heart Quilt Wall Hanging
This quilt was made for me by my mom, Mary Sherfick. It has an angel with hearts in burgundy and navy. 
 
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Mom and Dad's Wedding Quilt
Mom and Dad's Wedding Quilt
This quilt was made by my Grandmother, Maggie Wade, for the wedding of my parents. Mom and Dad were married in 1953, so this quilt is over 50 years old. It was made this from homemade dresses of Mom and her sisters. 
 
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Rula's Pink and White Quilt
Rula's Pink and White Quilt
This quilt was made by my Grand Aunt, Rula Smith Freeman, wife of Willie Freeman. It was given to me by my mom who bought it after Willie and Rula's deaths. 
 
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Sarah's Yellow and Lavender Gingham Quilt
Sarah's Yellow and Lavender Gingham Quilt
This quilt is a sampler quilt featuring 20 different quilt blocks in a yellow and lavender gingham theme. It was made by Mary Sherfick for her granddaughter, Sarah McAtee. She gave it to Sarah in 2008. 
 
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The Burning Bush
The Burning Bush
Tabitha Freeman quilted this quilt when my grandmother, Maggie Wade, was only 8 years old. Maggie helped quilt this, and since she was born in 1904, the quilt is 105 years old. 
 
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Village Scene Wall Hanging
Village Scene Wall Hanging
Mary Sherfick appliqued this village quilt.