Monthly Archives: December 2012

Why Quilts Matter: Politics, Art & History

“Quilts are said to be the largest mass movement that most people don’t know exists.” — Bernie Herman If you are one of the 21 million quilters in the U.S., you already know about this “mass movement”. But are you … Continue reading

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International Quilt Study Center and Museum: Quilt of the Month

A new exhibition opens today, Friday, December 7, at the International Quilt Study Center & Museum, and December’s Quilt of the Month offers a sneak peek. “Cherry Tree,” a 1940s era, flour-block quilt made from a kit, is one the quilts featured … Continue reading

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