Quilt History

The Quilt History list was created to provide a forum for people around the world who are interested in antique quilts and related textiles to discuss the historical aspects of quilting. We discuss all aspects of antique quilts - fabrics, design, color, etc. - as well as the stories behind them. We also share our experiences with the more practical aspect of antique quilts - finding, washing, researching, restoring and even reproducing.

Some buying, selling and swapping is allowed, but our primary focus is on learning from each other by exchanging stories, research, tips and techniques. We are a very open and sharing group composed of scholars, writers, teachers, collectors, quilt appraisers, restorers, librarians, museum curators, and other professionals. We report findings, review books and articles, and share information about exhibitions, collections, publications, and conferences. General as well as such specific topics as quilt documentation projects, textile history, oral history projects, and quilter biographies are welcomed. The list open to everyone with an interest in the documentation and study of quilts, quilters, and quilting history.

Web: http://quilthistory.com/

Location: United States - Esperance, New York

Desc: Quilt History is the site you should turn to first for information on our quilting heritage. The List discusses antique quilts, methods and fabrics used and the life and times of the women who made them. Archives are available on line. The site has links to a number of other historical sites for those who want to research quilt related topics.

Category: Quilting - History

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2005 Locust Quilt and Craft Bazaar

Quilt and Craft Bazaar featuring quilters and craft artisans. Children's booth. Being held on Saturday, 11/5/2005 from 9 - 3 at the Sheraton...

Adventures in CyberSound: The Camera Obscura

Traces the apparatus' development and uses from Aristotle's time, to its use as an artist's aid in the 1600s, to the beginnings of photography.

Agawa Indian Crafts and the Canadian Carver

Products offered include moccasins, jewellry, basketry, and pottery.

Bless E Store (https: | United States)
Bless E Store

Bless E Store is the best place to buy tapestries. Buy from our varied range of indian mandala tapestries, wall hangings or bedspreads made from...

Category: Art
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Koel Colours Pvt Ltd (https: | India)
Koel Colours Pvt Ltd

As a primary manufacturer of cosmetic dyes and pigments, We offers USFDA certified Cosmetic colors, pigments, dyes in India.lake colours,pigment...

Category: Art
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Replica watches (plentywatches.com | United States)
Replica watches

1:1 imitating the Rolex Sky Dweller watches at the same type, our this kind of full white gold men Rolex Sky Dweller replicas has Swiss ETA 2836...

Category: Jewelry
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History of the South scholar to speak about Cramerton's textile roots - Gaston Gazette

History of the South scholar to speak about Cramerton's textile roots
Gaston Gazette
Dr. David Julen and the Seniors Group of First Baptist Church in Cramerton invite the public to β€œRe-inventing the South β€” Textile History and the Roots of Cramerton,” a talk to be given by Dr. Tom Hanchett, staff historian of the Levine Museum of the ...

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Nature Crafts with the Marion Natural History Museum. - Sippican Week

Nature Crafts with the Marion Natural History Museum.
Sippican Week
Volunteers to help with crafts would be most welcome. Light refreshments will be served. The Marion Natural History Museum will run several after-school and Saturday programs through the fall season. The programs help children understand and appreciate ...

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A Brief History of Art - THISDAY Live

A Brief History of Art
THISDAY Live
A doomsday scenario threatens the future of the visual arts in particular and the creativity industry as a whole if the current trends that tend to erode the humanity of art are allowed to continue, according to a lecture by Professor Ola Oloidi. ...

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In Art Fraud Case, Defendant With a History Receives a Six-Year Sentence - New York Times

New York Daily News
In Art Fraud Case, Defendant With a History Receives a Six-Year Sentence
New York Times
A version of this article appeared in print on November 22, 2011, on page A25 of the New York edition with the headline: In Art Fraud Case, Defendant With a History Receives a Six-Year Sentence.
Federal judge tosses book at art swindler Thomas Doyle with six-year sentenceNew York Daily News

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New Spode History Centre to open in Stoke on Trent for Spring 2012 - Culture24

New Spode History Centre to open in Stoke on Trent for Spring 2012
Culture24
With the factory's closure in 2008 a vast archive of documents and a collection of ceramics dating back to the 18th century - one of the largest and most important in the world - were moved into storage elsewhere. Now the Spode Museum Trust has ...

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