Is this not the perfect Southern quilt?
We are doing a little virtual collecting here. I found a 2014 auction at "the old homeplace of the late H. Lee & Beulah Ketchie" between Mocksville & Statesville, North Carolina. York Auction advertised "+/- 50 vintage Country Quilts" and a quilt frame. Beulah Griffith Ketchie was born in 1910, so I doubt she made many of these quilts that look to date from about 1880 to 1920.
Another perfect Southern quilt
She was married to Hubert Lee Ketchie and was a homemaker according to her obituary. Beulah died in 2002. She and H. Lee Ketchie are buried in the Society Baptist Church Cemetery.
Here's a link to the auction. Beulah & Hubert had a lot of stuff.
The Ketchie homeplace
Some of the quilts sold at the auction:
Too bad the blues faded but it is still spectacular
Horizontal grid, strong sashing and strip border
Beulah must have been the caretaker for these quilts
which look to have survived the 100 plus years well.
This is an exception---could have been made anywhere and
the blues have really held up.