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|America's Printed Fabrics 1770-1890. Barbara Brackman's a quilt historian and shows us through more than a century of American fabrics and wonderful old photos, diary entries, and letters from America's past. (id=4)||21.5cm x 28cm x1||68.00|
|Antique Quilts & Textiles by Bobby A.AAug and Gerald E. Roy
Hundreds of color photographs identify, illustrate, and evaluate antique textiles of interest in the marketplace today, including quilts, coverlets, Marseille spreads, bonnets, Amish socks, aprons, petticoats and more. The information included in the book provides a source to guide and educate the inexperienced buyer about currently popular collectibles. It also provides a resource for appraisers and others interested in current market values. Both nineteenth- and twentieth-century items are included. (id=47)||22cm x 29cm||71.00|
|Borderland in Butternut and Blue
A Sampler Quilt to Recall the Civil War Along the Kansas/Missouri Border.
This book offers a new perspective on the Civil War with each block dedicated to a woman whose life was touched by the conflict on the Kansas/Missouri border.
|Calico Man: The Manny Kopp Fabric Collection by Bobbie A. Aug & Sharon Newman with Paul C. Kopp. Manny Kopp's lifelong passion was to collect and catalog nineteenth-century samples of fabric from mills in America and Europe. This collection is now preserved through print, extending its life and accessibilty. Over a thousand fabric samples include calico, plaids, stripes, conversation prints, flannelettes, indigoes, leno weaves, mourning prints and many others. (id=185)||22cm x 28cm||77.00|
|Caravan of Quilts
A collection of 20 projects -
From a simple bag to intricate quilts - to suit all skill levels, by Kaffe Fassett, Roberta Horton, Mary Mashuta, Lisa Prior Lucy and others.
|Carrie Hall Blocks
Over 800 historial Patterns by Bettina Havig
The Spencer Museum collection represents the most extensive assemblage of vintage blocks ever published. The book includes piecing diagrams and hundreds of pattern templates for reproducing over 200 blocks. (id=44)||22.5cm x 29cm||116.00|
|Centennial Stitches - Oklahma History in Quilts by Judy Howard (id=436)||35.00|
|Dating Fabrics - A colour Guide 1800- 1960
by Eileen Jahnke Trestain.
Learn to recognize, identify, and date vintage American fabrics. Over 1,000 fabric swatches are shown in this handy reference guide. Simply match antique fabrics by selecting a time period and comparing colours and prints! (id=32)||17cm x 23.5cm||69.00|
|Dating Fabrics 1950-2000 77 (id=440)||77.00|
|Dear Jane - The Two Hundred Twenty-Five Patterns from the 1863 Jane A Stickle Quilt by Brenda Manges Papadakis (id=421)||48.75|
|Georgia Quilts - Book out of stock. On back order. (id=427)||0.00|
|Just Plain Nuts by Liz Lois - 49 Six inch blocks.
|Long-Arm Machine Quilting. The Complete Guide to Choosing, Using, and Maintaining a Long-Arm Machine by Carol A Thelen. From comparisons of 15 top models to step-by-step quilting lessons, this book contains everything quilters need to know about long-arm machines (id=45)||21.5cm x 28xm||69.00|
|Louisa May Alcott - Quilts of her Life, her Work, her Heart by Terry Clothier Thompson (id=424)||43.50|
Quilts and Fabrics from 1890 - 1970 by Barbara Brackman.
A comprehensive guide to fabrics and their influence on American quilts, from the machine age to the atomic age.
Includes nine quilt projects inspired by vintage quilt designs and
Paper Template Piecing in the South Carolina Lowcountry.
This book is an introduction to the variety of paper template pieced textiles created by Charlestown-area needleworkers from about the second decade of the 19th century through the early 20th. Most of the thirty quilts, coverlets, and fragments illustrated in this catalogue are in the collection of the Charlestown Museum. 68 pages
(id=256)||21.5cm x 28cm||55.00|
|On a Roll Again- 8 projects designed for 21/2"Jelly Roll Strips by Anka's Treasures. (id=430)||25.30|
|Pink Lemonade & Other Delights
10 Refreshing Quilt projects by Linda Johnson.
The freshness of a springtime garden is featured in 10 fanciful patchwork patterns with embroidered accents (id=42)||21.5cm x 28xm||47.50|
|Quilting the Garden -
Step into the world of Barb Adams and Alma Allen, gifted applique artists and designers. Their applique quilts abound with a riot of colour and flowers.
Stroll through the book at a leisurely pace and pick a project or a quilt. Any option you choose will yield a spot of beauty.
|Quilts in Red and Green
And the Women who Made Them
The ten applique patterns in this book are beautiful examples of a type of 19th century quilt style noted for its decorative features - the appliqued quilt with bold, exuberant floral patterns in bright colours of red and green. They reflect a creative energy and unique design not often seen.
|Red, Green & Beyond
Red, Green & Beyond. In this companion book to Quilts in Red and Green by Terry Clothier & Nancy Hornback celebrates 21st century women using today's fabric and 19th Century Designs. 11 New Quilts designs (id=557)||60.00|
|Remembrances - by Jo Morton - 10 projects and more in this book. (id=425)||40.00|
|Reproduction Quilts from the Civil War Period (id=467)||48.80|
|Small Quilts with Vintage Charm by Jo Morton - 8 Projects to Decorate Your Home. Sweet little quilts with old-fashioned appeal. Enjoy the flavour of classic full-sized quilts without the time and expense. (id=136)||21.5cm x 28cm||43.50|
|Stars All Around Us - Quilts and Projects Inspired by a Beloved Symbol by Cherie Ralston (id=435)||55.00|
|Strip Happy - 8 strip quilts for the noice and experienced quilter. (id=422)||39.60|
|Tea in the Garden. Quilts for a Summer Afternoon by Cynthia Tomaszewski. Just like fresh-baked muffins and a calming cup of tea, these quilts are filled with homemade goodness. Bursting with blooms, each cheerful design spotlights this popular author's beautiful floral applique. Thirteen wall-hanging to lap-sized projects combine easy patchwork with hand or fusible applique. Pretty pastels are accented with embellishments such as embroidery, beads and buttons. (id=186)||21.5cm x 28cm||66.50|
|The Fabric of Society, Australia's Quilt Heritage from Convict Times to 1960 by author Annette Gero. It covers quilts made by convicts, Governors wives, Gold Rush immigrants, wealthy shop owners, dressmakers, church ministers, WWI diggers, people who were forced off the land during the Depression, WWII Australian prisoners of war, rabbit trappers, artist's wives etc.
This book is a must have which includes pattern sheets and a CD for 30 of the featured quilts, created by Kim McLean.
An absolutely beautiful Australian Book.
|The Lincoln Museum Quilt - A Reproduction for Abe's Frontier Family by Barbara Brackman & Deb Rowden (id=434)||27.00|
|The Quilt. - A History and Celebration of an America Art Form.
The largest, most comprehensive history of American quilts ever published in America.The Quilt is gloriuosly illustrated withmore than 200 full-colour photos of classic collectible quilts, black-and-white historial photos of quilters, and vintage quilting memorabilia. (id=554)||90.00|
|V & A Quilts
23 Exquisite new patchwork designs by the world's foremost textile artist.
Contemporary reworkings of some of the V & A's (Victoria and Albert Museum) most beautiful quilts.
A must have collectors' volume for Kaffe Fassett fans and quilters the world over
|Vintage Quilts:Identifying, Dating, Preserving and Valuing by Bobbie A. Aug, Sharon Newman and Gerald E. Roy.
A new resource to help find out what makes ageless artifacts worth $100 or $1,000. Close-ups of patterns, vintage fabric swatches, and over 800 detailed colour photographs (id=61)||22.5cm x 29cm||77.00|
History in the Stitches 2nd ed. Take a journey back in time with author Ellen Kort as she retells the fascinating stories inspired by quilts passed down through the generations of Wisconsin quiltmakers.
There are 98 quilts presented in this second edition of Wisconsin Quilts
|You're Invited! - Quilts and Homes to Inspire by Barb Adams & Alma Allen of Blackbird Designs. One of the designers for this book is Yelena Elliott who owns Beechworth Quilters Cottage, Beechworth in Australia. Congratulations! Yelena (id=426)||55.00|