The fabrics look like those from about 1910 to the 30's, but since I am not a quilt expert, that is as close as I can figure. Grandma Maryann couldn't tell me much about this one. She just told me she never liked it, so kept it in a bag, on the upper shelf of one of the bedroom closets. A part of me was just delighted, because that is why the quilt is in such great shape. However, another part of me felt rather sad, because this quilt never got to fulfill its destiny, which was to keep them warm on a cold winters night. I think it is just beautiful.
I always stand rather in awe, when I see just how tiny and even their stitch-work was.
UPDATE: I found a pattern on the internet which called this pattern, "Spiderweb," it is a variant, but I believe it is the closest pattern, to our design.
In conclusion, if ours dates from the 1930's, and was grt. grandma, Anne Scearce's, then it was made in Hood River, Oregon. The Scearce's moved from their Mosier property, circa 1927-1929.
None of these quilts have the little octagon piece in the center, so it may well be, that our family made up their own variant of the spiderweb. I may be prejudiced, but I think ours is a much prettier example of this pattern, than the ones I found online.
NOTE: Further research makes me believe that this quilt was made by grt. grandma, Mary Ann Autrey-Hanners cir. 1930's. It contains fabrics nearly identical to her Applecore quilt. The Scearce quilts are two color quilts done in solids, while the Scearce quilts are sewn with colorful prints.