Lots of seasonal flavors here:
From the Flack Collection
Many of them from southeastern Pennsylvania
Pook & Pook Auction
Berks County, Mennonite
The plain colored fabric is dyed with chrome orange, a mineral dye.
Today people call it cheddar.
I'm guessing this one is Pennsylvania because of the fancy feather
quilting in the border.
Chrome orange was also an end-of-the-19th-century flavor in
the Southern U.S.
From Richard Rivoire's collection, Raleigh N.C.
How do you tell if a pumpkin-spice color scheme indicates Berks County, PA or North Carolina?
Quilting, pattern, borders, set, maybe fabric quality (threads per square inch). It's not always easy,
especially if you find the quilt in Arizona.