The quilters: women and domestic art

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Doubleday, 1977 - Art - 157 pages
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Explores the relationship of a group of women quilters in Texas and New Mexico to quilting.

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User Review  - QGND - LibraryThing

If making quilts is more than a chore for you, if it's something you love to do, then you will love reading this book. You will feel a kinship with the women whose stories are told here. Just remember ... Read full review

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User Review  - MaggieO - LibraryThing

The Quilters is a lovely book. It is filled with the reminiscences of elderly women who lived in Texas and in New Mexico during the early part of the 20th century. Back in the 1970s, the authors ... Read full review

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Cooper was a writer and biologist who taught at the University of California at Berkeley.

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