Contemporary Quilts: Quilt National, 1997

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Lark Books, 1997 - Crafts & Hobbies - 111 pages
The quilts featured in this collection, are rich with metaphors, stories and the history of a tradition that dates back centuries and showcase the best and most exciting of quilting being done today.

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I have to admit that I have a love-hate relationship with Quilt National. I love the idea. I often intensely dislike the quilts the jurors choose. In this year's work, I love the photos, but, in ... Read full review

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Every once in a while you have to see a quilt made out of clothespins, roofing nails, and fishing line just to stretch your thinking about the possibilities of the medium. Contemporary Quilts is the ... Read full review

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