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Florida Sisters
Timeless Patterns

These three quilts were pieced together in the mid-50's by Rena Belle Bridges & Raye Jones of Dunellon and Romeo, Florida. In 1995, Rena Belle's daughter, Parilee Murray, took the tops to Kentucky to have them machine quilted, and has given each of her sons, (Rena Belle Bridges' grandsons) a quilt.

The Butterfly quilt is appliqued, and hand embroidered with black floss.

The red quilt is called Monkey Wrench.

The scrappy quilt is a Four Patch with sashing.

Thank you to Janet Murray for providing this information and photos.

Click on the "thumbnail" picture to see a larger photo of the quilt.

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Wilda Smith
Citrus County, Fl.

All of these quilts were made by Wilda Smith for her children or grandchildren, and are representative of quilts she's made, or helped make, over the years.

Wilda was born in West Virginia, and started out "tacking" (also known as "tying") quilts when she was eight years old.

She has four children and nine grandchildren. All of her quilts are made for them.

Wilda does not belong to any club or quilting group.

Click on the "thumbnail" picture to see a larger photo of the quilt, and read a little about it.





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