Quiltmaking in America: Beyond the Myths
Rutledge Hill Press, 1994 - Crafts & Hobbies - 192 pages
A compilation of articles from Uncoverings, the journal of the American Quilt Study Group, this beautifully illustrated book provides an in-depth study of American quiltmaking. Indexed.
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Foreword Jean Ray Laury
Quilt Blocksor Quilt Patterns? Wilene Smith
Bedcoverings in Kent County Maryland
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Aid Society Alabama album quilt American Quilt American Quilt Study applique April bedcovers blankets calico chintz Church circa cloth Collection colors cottage industry cotton counterpanes Courtesy coverlets dated daughter diary early Eli Whitney England fabric Fair farm friendship quilt fundraising quilts girls gunboat History included inventories Jeannette Kansas Kent County Kentucky Ladies letter linen linsey quilts linsey-woolsey loom Magazine Marseilles Marseilles quilting Mary Maryland ment mill mother Museum of Art needlework nineteenth century Patchwork Pennock Peto Primitive Hall quilt block quilt cottage industries quilt patterns Quilt Project Quilt Study Group quilt top quilters Quilting Bee Quilting Party quiltmakers records Relief Society rugs Sally Garoutte sampler album sewing machine Shelburne Museum signature quilts silk single-pattern slaves soldiers solid-color cottons South Carolina Southern square Star stitches Tennessee textile thread tion U.S. Sanitary Commission Uncle Eli's weaving women wool workers woven wrote York