During a bed turning, a group of quilts is stacked on a bed, and they're peeled away, one at a time, until the bed is bare. Here are some of the quilts from the antique and traditional bed.
The quilt above has a piece of red fabric in it that was from the Civil War era.
Hexagons are always a popular choice for traditional quilts, above and below.
Simple graphic shapes are always effective in a quilt.
This fan is a popular 1930's design.
It's a little hard to tell, but this is a yo-yo quilt. The backdrop on stage was black, but the quilt was meant to be placed atop a white bedspread or coverlet.
This beautiful quilt was one of a pair that the owner acquired at different times.
This might have been English paper pieced. We carry jewel shapes that would work.