One block from an Etsy shop
Many of the giant tulip quilts in my picture files have no
history with them but we can guess they might be Southern.
Even when they are found in Maine, as was this one from Stanton Auctions.
Looks Southern from about 1880-1920:
1) Solid colors, many unstable as far as dye permanence
2) Blocks set on the square with strip sashing
3) Giant tulips
Pennsylvanians and Southerners had a similar aesthetic.
Classic example from an eBay auction
More reliable green fabrics though
Almost the same quilt from a Virginia dealer
The thick batt and free form quilting is a weaker clue to a Southern quilt,
Jeffrey Evans Auction in Virginia
From French Antiques, bought in Asheville, North Carolina
Matilda Ingham, Chester City, South Carolina
A label dates it to 1895 and calls it Tulip.
Here are a few of the more eccentric from the quilt projects:
Mattie Lura Steward, Hartselle, Alabama
From the Arizona project & the Quilt Index
Adelaide Pearl Gray Hampton,
Tennessee project & the Quilt Index.
Allie Hammock Griffin, Downsville, Louisiana
From the Louisiana project & the Quilt Index.
They documented 8 of Allie's quilts from 1930-1950.