Quilters and embroiders are resourceful. Can't find an image you want to sew? Use an unorthodox source for your work! Coloring books, children's books, advertising, cartoons, or even comic strips have been incorporated into quilt blocks well beyond the last century. One 19th century quilt that comes to mind is one that had this 1812 cartoon embroidered in the center. Sorry I wasn't able to find an image online to refer you to the quilt.
This quilt that Patricia Cummings posted years ago is a good example. It is from the next town over to mine (Emmaus, Pennsylvania). Alongside traditional redwork images, the quilt features a variety of comic strip characters from Popeye, Lil' Abner, and Bringing Up Father.
And all this brings us to the Roy Rogers coverlet, maker and illustrator unknown: