This quilt, owned by Trinity Oaks health and rehab resident Jim Kelly, will be part of a quilt show. It was his baby quilt, made by his mother in the mid-1940s.
Part of the Salisbury Veterans Appreciation Quilts project started by Shelley Lenhausen, this quilt will be displayed in the Trinity Oaks Quilt Show that opens today.
This Star of Bethlehem quilt, loaned by Kaye Leonard, dates back to 1909. It’s part of the Trinity Oaks Quilt Show that starts today and runs through Tuesday.
Shelley Lenhausen, a member of the Salisbury-Rowan Quilters’ Guild, works with blocks that will be part of a ‘Baby Jane’ quilt she’s working on. Lenhausen will be working on the quilt Monday and Tuesday during Trinity Oaks’ annual quilt show.
This colorful quilt, made of batik fabrics, part of the annual Trinity Oaks quilt show that opens today, belongs to Rose Bolick. The pattern is called ‘Pyramid on Pyramid.’