Whether you want to create new quilts with an authentic period look, or learn about the unique history of American quilting, this lavishly illustrated volume has everything you need."Making History" shows readers how to choose reproduction prints for vintage designs and build a stash of period-appropriate fabrics. Readers can also make nine beautiful, vintage-inspired pieced and appliqued quilts, or simply enjoy the story of fabrics and quilts in a century of extraordinary variety.
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The comprehensive guide to fabrics and their influence on American quilts from 1890-1970. Includes 9 quilt projects.About the Author:
Barbara Brackman, a renowned quilt historian, has written several books about quilts during the Civil War era. She was a founding member of the American Quilt Study Group and is an honoree of the Quilters Hall of Fame. Barbara lives in Kansas.
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