Indigo Quilts

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ISBN: 9781617452444
Release Date: 2015-10-01
Number of pages: 120
Author: Kay Triplett
Publisher: C&T Publishing Inc

Download and read online Indigo Quilts in PDF and EPUB The beauty of Indigo quilts is undeniable. Step inside the Poos Collection of quilts, one of the largest privately held collections in the world. Explore the origins of the fiber and fabric presented by two members of the American Quilt Study Group. Featuring stunning quilts circa 1750 to 1890, this collection of blue-and-white beauties will inspire you to make gorgeous quilt projects using present day Indigo or reproduction fabrics.


Making History Quilts Fabric From 1890 1970

Filename: making-history-quilts-fabric-from-1890-1970.pdf
ISBN: 9781607053026
Release Date: 2010-11-05
Number of pages: 128
Author: Barbara Brackman
Publisher: C&T Publishing Inc

Download and read online Making History Quilts Fabric From 1890 1970 in PDF and EPUB Learn the Fascinating True Story of Fabrics in America...Make Your Own Period Quilts. The comprehensive guide to fabrics and their influence on American quilts, from the machine age to the atomic age. Essential companion volume to America's Printed Fabrics 1770-1890. Includes 9 quilt projects inspired by vintage quilt designs and fabrics. Packed with historic photos, stories, and insights into the role of fabrics in everyday life


Quilt Me

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ISBN: 9781909397934
Release Date: 2014-03-27
Number of pages: 300
Author: Jane Brocket
Publisher: Pavilion Books

Download and read online Quilt Me in PDF and EPUB An exciting new title from the leading quilt author, Quilt Me! celebrates Jane Brockets liberated, joyous, colourful approach to quilting using wonderful fabrics and simple shapes and patterns to create stunning effects. Taking inspirational fabrics as its starting point, the book explores not only the designs available in cotton, made-for-the-market quilt/patchwork fabrics, but also moves into a new realm of alternative fabrics that can be used to make beautiful, practical, usable quilts. It is as if a quilt-maker has walked into the haberdashers of her dreams and has explored the many possibilities that traditional fabrics offer, fabrics such as ticking, linen, gingham, tweed, tartan, suiting, shirting, velvet, silk and calico. With clear instructions for a fantastic variety of quilts, Quilt Me! recreates the excitement, known to all quilters, of rummaging through a new stash of fabrics. The author describes the joy to be found in a wonderful colour scheme, design or pattern, as well as the aesthetic and practical advantages of making the most of what we find in traditional fabric shops and in our textile heritage, finding alternatives to quilt cottons, and casting a new eye over fabrics made for other purposes such as clothes, curtains, upholstery and interior decoration.


Orphan Block Quilts

Filename: orphan-block-quilts.pdf
ISBN: 9781440216114
Release Date: 2010-08-24
Number of pages: 128
Author: Tricia Lynn Maloney
Publisher: Krause Publications

Download and read online Orphan Block Quilts in PDF and EPUB Orphaned blocks can find their way into any quilter's life. Whether they are leftover from an unfinished project, collectible blocks found at a garage sale, or even antique blocks discovered in your great-aunt's attic, Tricia Lynn Maloney will teach you how to care for your orphan blocks, and make a home for them. Orphan Block Quilts includes: *14 projects, with 11 variations. From full-size bed quilts to table runners, these projects incorporate blocks from the 1880s to the 1950s. *Instructions on caring for your orphan blocks. Find out about the common problems you might encounter with your orphans, and how to work with them. *Advice on designing a setting. Not only does Tricia provide guidance on creating companions blocks and finding companion fabric, she also offers insight on how she overcame the design challenges of each project. *The story behind each quilt. In addition to historical information about various fabrics and blocks, Tricia shares the stories of two of the blockmakers, providing a precious glimpse of the lives sewn into the seams of the blocks. If you don't have any orphan blocks, Tricia gives you advice on locating potential sources, whether from your own family or online. And it's easy to substitute brand-new blocks, and make a new quilt from the ground up. Check out the 11 variations in the book, where Tricia did just that! Whether your orphan blocks are antique, vintage, collectible or simply leftover from a recent project, you can sew the perfect setting that will let the blocks shine!


Finders Keepers Quilts

Filename: finders-keepers-quilts.pdf
ISBN: 9781617453298
Release Date: 2016-01-01
Number of pages: 68
Author: Edie McGinnis
Publisher: C&T Publishing Inc

Download and read online Finders Keepers Quilts in PDF and EPUB Finders Keepers Quilts is based on a collection of quilts found in an abandoned farmhouse in Davis County, Iowa. Searching through the house, the new owner, Susan Knapp, found stone crocks, pretty dishes, and other intriguing little odds and ends. But best of all, she found a box of early 1900s quilts in a closet. Famed quilter Edie McGinnis has worked with Susan to re-create the early quilts, using reproduction fabric to reflect the time period in which they were made. She has also included an updated version of each quilt, with clear, concise instructions that will appeal to today’s modern quilters.


The Big Book of Civil War Quilts

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ISBN: 9781604688863
Release Date: 2017-08-01
Number of pages: 240
Author: That Patchwork Place
Publisher: Martingale

Download and read online The Big Book of Civil War Quilts in PDF and EPUB Explore the patchwork style and scrappy flair of 58 history-rich quilts inspired by patterns and fabrics from the 1800s. Showcase the traditional color combinations of reproduction fabrics and popular Civil War-era blocks that quilters love in patterns for mini-quilts, lap quilts, and large bed-size projects. Use your favorite reproduction fabrics--including scraps and precuts--in quilts ranging from simple to intricate, all created by expert designers.


Facts Fabrications Unraveling the History of Quilts Slavery

Filename: facts-fabrications-unraveling-the-history-of-quilts-slavery.pdf
ISBN: 9781607053866
Release Date: 2010-11-05
Number of pages: 112
Author: Barbara Brackman
Publisher: C&T Publishing Inc

Download and read online Facts Fabrications Unraveling the History of Quilts Slavery in PDF and EPUB Did Quilts Really Lead the Way to Freedom? What role did quilts play? Barbara explores the stories surrounding the Underground Railroad. Read about the people who were there! First-person accounts, newspaper and military records, and surviving quilts all add clues. YOU decide how to interpret the stories and history, fabrication and facts as you learn about this fascinating time in history. Excellent resource for elementary through high school learners - curriculum included! Recall an unforgettable phase of our nation's history with America's leading quilt historian. Barbara Brackman presents the most current research on the role of quilts during the time of slavery, emancipation, and the Underground Railroad. Nine quilt projects combine historic blocks with Barbara's own designs.


Clues in the Calico

Filename: clues-in-the-calico.pdf
ISBN: 9781571209184
Release Date: 2009-11-17
Number of pages: 200
Author: Barbara Brackman
Publisher: C&T Publishing Inc

Download and read online Clues in the Calico in PDF and EPUB In Clues in the Calico Barbara Brackman unveils a much-needed system for dating America's heirloom quilts. She tells how, by collecting and observing quilts and finally analyzing her computer file on close to 900 date-inscribed specimens, she arrived at the system. And through this telling she also imparts a colorful, stunningly illustrated history of quiltmaking along with a good bit of entertaining social history and the newest findings in textile research.


America s glorious quilts

Filename: america-s-glorious-quilts.pdf
ISBN: 0517646048
Release Date: 1987
Number of pages: 320
Author: Dennis Duke
Publisher:

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Fourblock Quilts

Filename: fourblock-quilts.pdf
ISBN: 0974601268
Release Date: 2004-04-01
Number of pages: 160
Author: Terry Thompson
Publisher: Kansas City Star Books

Download and read online Fourblock Quilts in PDF and EPUB Quilt designer and historian Terry Thompson explores the rich heritage of fourblock quilts: largeformat pieced and applique blocks measuring 36 inches square. Terry combines detailed instruction with extensive history.


101 Fabulous Small Quilts

Filename: 101-fabulous-small-quilts.pdf
ISBN: 9781604682694
Release Date: 2013-02-12
Number of pages: 288
Author: That Patchwork Place
Publisher: Martingale

Download and read online 101 Fabulous Small Quilts in PDF and EPUB This value-packed book features 101 inspiring quilt patterns in a wide array of colors and popular styles. Create doll quilts, wall quilts, table runners, candle mats, lap quilts, and so much more. Enjoy designs from such trusted names as Country Threads, Kathleen Tracy, Kim Diehl, Little Quilts, Lori Smith, and Mary Hickey Styles range from two-color quilts to totally scrappy designs--use convenient precuts and fat quarters or fabrics pulled from your stash Try a variety of techniques with a minimal investment of time and money


19th Century Patchwork Divas Treasury of Quilts

Filename: 19th-century-patchwork-divas-treasury-of-quilts.pdf
ISBN: 9781604687965
Release Date: 2016-11-01
Number of pages: 112
Author: Betsy Chutchian
Publisher: Martingale

Download and read online 19th Century Patchwork Divas Treasury of Quilts in PDF and EPUB Meet a creative group of quilters who love antique quilts as much as you do. Let the Divas teach you how to stitch intricate 19th-century inspired quilts. You'll love piecing the elegant quilt blocks yourself or with friends in an ongoing block exchange. Each classic block is presented in four strikingly different quilts that will inspire hours of pleasurable stitching with your favorite reproduction fabrics. Enjoy the love of yesteryear's quilts and true friendship exquisitely stitched together!


Preserving History

Filename: preserving-history.pdf
ISBN: 9781604688047
Release Date: 2016-09-07
Number of pages: 80
Author: Julie Hendricksen
Publisher: Martingale

Download and read online Preserving History in PDF and EPUB Discover how to reproduce the time-honored treasures of the past with authenticity and ease. Create your own versions of antique designs from a stunning collection of history-rich quilts spanning the late 1800s through the 1930s. Get the historic look you love with detailed instructions for constructing your reproduction from start to finish, with a special focus on the types of quilting designs popular through the years. Use your modern quilting tools and skills to re-create antique quilts for daily use or display An essential resource, brimming with possibilities for antique-quilt lovers Close-up photos and detailed construction tips make it easy to understand how antique quilts were finished


Red and White Quilts Infinite Variety

Filename: red-and-white-quilts-infinite-variety.pdf
ISBN: 9780847846528
Release Date: 2015-09-22
Number of pages: 352
Author: Elizabeth Warren
Publisher: Rizzoli Publications

Download and read online Red and White Quilts Infinite Variety in PDF and EPUB Catalog of the exhibition Infinite variety held March 25-30, 2011.


Celebrate Great Quilts circa 1825 1940

Filename: celebrate-great-quilts-circa-1825-1940.pdf
ISBN: 9781607054962
Release Date: 2004-10-01
Number of pages: 64
Author: Karey Patterson Bresenhan
Publisher: C&T Publishing Inc

Download and read online Celebrate Great Quilts circa 1825 1940 in PDF and EPUB "Collect with your heart, not your head" is the philosophy of these first-rate quilt collectors. The quilts they cherish may be classic designs or folk art, skillful or eccentric, and pristine or time-worn, making for a collection that is loved by all who see it. Enjoy an intimate look at the International Quilt Festival collection, featuring over a century of traditional American quiltmaking. Read the stories behind 75 historic quilts dating from 1825–1940. Learn about the fabric printing processes, quilting techniques, and popular patterns and colors of each era. 4 patterns for best-loved quilts from the book will be available separately, so you can re-create your favorite.