In my previous post about the quilt, I mentioned some mystery squares. Here they are:
Let's see, that's a pair of axes in the upper left, but what's that on the bottom right? A ... sled? A ... baseball with extended stitch lines?
Clearly, RHW was a big fan of ... underwear? Swimming trunks? Bloomers?
In the upper left of the above panel, we have a flower and either some leaves or a butterfly. And in the bottom right, we have ... Saint Bernardcat.
Below we have a dog, surrounded by the moon and stars, staring at a bear wearing a collar (?). The collar-bear also appeared in another block of the quilt.
Okay, so in the lower right of the panel below, we have a welding glove. And in the upper left, we have four interlocking rings. And an arrow. BUT WHAT DOES IT MEEEEEAAAAAN?:
And finally, we have what I think is my favorite panel of all:
In the upper left, we have a monogram. And in the bottom right, we have a little man running away with something tucked under his arm:
I do not know what the little man represents, but he is charming. As are all of these panels, even though I have not been able to crack their codes. Ideas welcome!