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Sunbonnet Sue Redwork Collection

Author : Loyce Saxton
ISBN : 1573675733
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Redwork embroidery is a great craft to do while watching TV or during downtime on a trip. It doesn't require many supplies to get started, and the stitches are easy to learn. Pattern designer Loyce Saxton offers 16 Sunbonnet Sue embroidery designs with step-by-step instructions for employing them. Enjoy the delightful, nostalgic images of the character from a time when life moved more slowly. This collection includes all 16 embroidery designs on iron-on transfer sheets as well as on paper for tracing, providing crafters with options. The Redwork Basics section in the front of the book is very informative and includes a stitch guide. For beginner to intermediate needleworkers, sewers, and quilters, this book also gives 10 suggested projects for using the designs. Quilts, aprons, bibs, book covers—the possibilites are endless!
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Redwork Renaissance

Author : Patricia Lynne Grace Cummings
ISBN : 0976976315
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Redwork Renaissance: 49 Designs from an 1893 coverlet is a book which provides an overview of Redwork History and gives clear instructions for embroidery stitches needed to complete a reproduction of the antique coverlet shown. Beautiful photos of antique items complement the book. Printed one-sided and ring bound for ease of tracing with a light box. Additional quaint antique designs from the late nineteenth century are featured.
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Four Centuries Of Quilts

Author : Linda Baumgarten
ISBN : 9780300207361
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 78.32 MB
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An exquisite and authoritative look at four centuries of quilts and quilting from around the world Quilts are among the most utilitarian of art objects, yet the best among them possess a formal beauty that rivals anything made on canvas. This landmark book, drawn from the world-renowned collection of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, highlights the splendor and craft of quilts with more than 300 superb color images and details. Fascinating essays by two noted scholars trace the evolution of quilting styles and trends as they relate to the social, political, and economic issues of their time. The collection includes quilts made by diverse religious and cultural groups over 400 years and across continents, from the Mediterranean, England, France, America, and Polynesia. The earliest quilts were made in India and the Mediterranean for export to the west and date to the late 16th century. Examples from 18th- to 20th-century America, many made by Amish and African-American quilters, reflect the multicultural nature of American society and include boldly colored and patterned worsteds and brilliant pieced and appliquéd works of art. Grand in scope and handsomely produced, Four Centuries of Quilts: The Colonial Williamsburg Collection is sure to be one of the most useful and beloved references on quilts and quilting for years to come.
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Textile Collections

Author : Amanda Grace Sikarskie
ISBN : 9781442263666
Genre : Business & Economics
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Collections of textiles—historic costume, quilts, needlework samplers, and the like—have benefited greatly from the digital turn in museum and archival work. Both institutional online repositories and collections-based social media sites have fostered unprecedented access to textile collections that have traditionally been marginalized in museums. How can curators, interpreters, and collections managers make best use of these new opportunities? To answer this question, the author worked with sites including the Great Lakes Quilt Center at the Michigan State University Museum, the Design Center at Philadelphia University, the International Quilt Study Center and Museum at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and the WGBH Boston Media Library and Archives, as well as user-curated social sites online such as Tumblr and Polyvore, to create four compelling case studies on the preservation, access, curation, and interpretation of textile objects.
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Sacred And Profane

Author : Carol Crown
ISBN : 1578069165
Genre : Art
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A sustained critical assessment of southern folk art and self-taught art and artists
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Minnesota Quilts

Author : Helen Kelley, Lee Sandberg, Greg Winter
ISBN : 1610604458
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Purses Bags And More

Author : Pearl Louise Krush
ISBN : 1592173160
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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More than 40 illustrations enhance this collection of quilted purse designs. By following the sewing and quilting step-by-step instructions, it’s easy for sewing enthusiasts to create any of the 10 designs. Fabric patterns and colors can easily be mixed and matched to personalize projects, and instructions are also included on how to add embellishments such as ruching, braiding, grommets, and rag seams. Projects include Puttin’ on the Ritz, On the Go, Rag Time Blues, On the Town, Sweet and Sassy, and Posy Patchwork.
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