Traditional British Quilts
Since the early 1970s in Britain, there has been a revival of interest in quiltmaking, stimulated by contact with the American tradition of quilting and patchwork. This book looks at the practical and historical aspects of quiltmaking.
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MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT
TRADITIONAL QUILT DESIGN
TRADITIONAL QUILT PATTERNS
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Allendale allover designs American quilts appliqued appliqued quilts Barnard Castle Beamish Museum blankets border patterns bordered designs bordered quilting design Bowes Museum Britain centre motif chintz Colby common cotton sateen County Durham cover design coverlets craft Cumbria edges eighteenth century Elizabeth Hake fashion feather George Gardiner hoop ibid infill patterns Inventory itinerant quilters lady layers linen linsey-woolsey marked Mavis Fitzrandolph medallion quilts motif patterns Museum needle nineteenth century North Country quilts North of England North Pennine North Pennine Dales North-East England Northumberland patchwork patterns patchwork quilts Pembrokeshire pieced popular professional quilters quilt clubs quilt in fig quilters quilting patterns quiltmaking recorded regional running stitch Rural Industries Bureau satin silk South Wales square-diamonds strip designs strip quilting design strippy covers strippy quilts style survived templates thread traditional British quilts traditional quilting twentieth century TWMCR usually wadded quilts Weardale Welsh quilts West Country quilts wholecloth cover wholecloth quilts women wool