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New Pathways into Quilt History written by Kimberly Wulfert, www.antiquequiltdating.com

Book Suggestions on: 

Recreating Antique or Vintage Quilts & Pattern Books


Crazy Quilts: History - Techniques - Embroidery Motifs
by Cindy Brick

Quilts Through the Camera's Eye -Terry Clothier Thompson, 2007  

Facts and Fabrications: Unraveling the History of Quilts and Slavery: 8 Projects, 20 Blocks, First-Person Accounts
By Barbara Brackman

Women of Design: Quilts in the Newspaper
By Barbara Brackman


Quilts in Red and Green and the Women Who Made Them
By Terry Clothier Thompson, Nancy Hornback

Pepper Cory Quilting Pattern Collection
By Pepper Cory

Medallion Quilts: Inspiration & Patterns
By Cindy Vermillion Hamilton

Making Welsh Quilts: The Textile Tradition That Inspired The Amish? By Mary Jenkins, Clare Claridge

Hawaiian Applique by Vicky Fleming

Four Blocks Continued: Book II
Linda Giesler Carlson

Quilts from Grandmother's Garden: A Fresh Look at English Paper Piecing Jaynette Huff

Kaffe Fassett's Museum Quilts: Designs Inspired by the Victoria & Albert Museum Kaffe Fassett, Liza Prior Lucy

Feedsacks! Beautiful Quilts from Humble Beginnings
Edie McGinnis

American Folk Art Quilts
Maggi McCormick Gordon

Classic Crib Quilts and How to Make Them (Dover Needlework) Thos. K. Woodard, Blanche Greenstein

America's Printed Fabrics 1770-1890: 8 Reproduction Quilt Projects/Historic Notes & Photographs/Dating Your Quilts by Barbara Brackman Publisher: C& T Publishing; (August 1, 2004) 

A Joy Forever: Marie Webster's Quilt Patterns
Rosalind Webster Perry, Rosalind Perry, Marty Frolli 

Marie Webster's Garden of Quilts
Rosalind Webster Perry, Marty Frolli

This list was compiled by Kimberly Wulfert, PhD., at www.antiquequiltdating.com. Feel free to copy this list to share with your study group. Please include my name and Web site address. Thank you.

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