Guild Newsletter Articles

Early Twentieth Century Quilt Authors

In the early and middle of the twentieth century, there was not much going on in the way of quilt making on a national scale. Of course, local households were making quilts for warmth and some for show. But there was no one like Bonnie Hunter or Jenny Beyer around.

Early Twentieth Century Quilt Authors

Vintage Textiles: "Tied Quilts"

This month’s article on Quilt History comes to you via the Facebook Group Quilt
History South. Their recent discussion has been about Tied Bedcoverings. Are they
really quilts?

Vintage Textiles: "Tied Quilts"

Vintage Textiles: “That’s What Mother Did”

This month’s article comes from the last Six Know It Alls Zoom lecture. Specifically, from Julie Siber who was curator of the Esprit Collection of Amish Quilts founded in San Francisco in the early 1970s.

Vintage Textiles: “That’s What Mother Did”

Someone Drew on the Harriet Powers Pictorial Quilt!!! (and didn't get in trouble!)

The information in this article comes from the 10th episode of the Six Know-It-Alls Masterpiece Quilts, on December 8, 2021.

Someone Drew on the Harriet Powers Pictorial Quilt!!! (and didn't get in trouble!)