Hawaiian quilts: tradition and transition
Honolulu Academy of Arts, 2004 - Art - 140 pages
This is an extensive overview of Hawaiian quilting from its beginning as an art form in the 1870s to the present day. It includes twenty-two quilts created by three influential master quilters and thirty contemporary quilts by six highly respected modern quilters that reflect a new range in styles and techniques, from traditional to trend setting, being explored by island quilters today. In English and Japanese.
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Foreword 7 ttUU
Early Quilts and Quilters
Contemporary Hawaiian Quilters
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20th century Plain Academy of Arts ali'i aloha shirts American Quilt Appliqued and quilted artistic Auntie Debbie batting Hand applique Bento Bishop Museum breadfruit century Plain woven colors cottons Hand applique crown Designer unknown fabric flower friends Gift grandmother hand contour quilting Hawaiian Islands Hawaiian quilt patterns Hawaiian quilting hibiscus Honolulu Academy Honolulu Star-Bulletin hula Iolani Palace Japan Japanese Kahili Kakalia Kalaunu Kamehameha Schools kapa kapu Kathy Nakajima Kaua'i Kukui lau hala leaf learned Lili'uokalani Lincoln Okita machine quilting Maker unknown Hawaiian Mary Haunani Cesar Maui Meali'i Kalama Mission Houses Museum mother motifs O'ahu patchwork Patricia Lei Murray Pattern Collection piece pillows Plain woven cotton Queen Emma Quilt Designed quilt show quilters sewing stitches synthetic batting Hand taught textile traditional Hawaiian quilting tree turtles University of Hawai'i unknown Hawaiian Islands Wai'anae woven cottons Hand