Pieced by Mother Symposium Papers ebook
by Jeannette Lasansky
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Start by marking Pieced by Mother Symposium Papers as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Some held no interest to me, like the role of friendship quilts in the 19th century, but some were strangely arcane and fascinating, like what the early Pennsylvania-German population's expectations for bed, bedding, bedsteads, sleep said about their culture. I also need to trace a few of the quilt blocks on the inside cover before giving this back; there are a few I've never seen before and wouldn't mind recreating.
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Pieced by Mother: Symposium Papers. Jeannette Lasansky, Tandy Hersh, Patricia T. Herr, Alan G. Keyser, Sally Peterson, Geraldine N. Johnson, Annette Gero, Virginia Gunn, Ricky Clark, Dorothy Cozart, Barbara Brackman. Amy Boyce Osaki, "Pieced by Mother: Symposium Papers. Johnson, Annette Gero, Virginia Gunn, Ricky Clark, Dorothy Cozart, Barbara Brackman The Ladies' Work Table: Domestic Needlework in Nineteenth-Century America. Margaret Vincent," Winterthur Portfolio 26, no. 2/3 (Summer - Autumn, 1991): 205-208.
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This book studies quilts from Sullivan, Columbia, Montour, Dauphin, Cumberland, Perry, Juniata, and Huntingdon counties in central Pennsylvania, with emphasis on 19th century quilts. The text sections include inventories from estates, personal correspondence, and other documentation, and an extensive bibliography is included.
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Quiltmaking traditions across the nation are examined; on Chesapeake Bay plantations from 1794-1846 as revealed in diaries, slave narratives, and existing material culture, signature quilt traditions and their evolution in New Jersey from 1837-1867; Amish quilt fabrics and how they reflect tradition, adaptation, and change; and 20th-century salvage quilt attitudes as mirrored in Hispanic quiltmaking in Taos County, New Mexico. Also, examined are the design explosion in Depression-era quilts, and the extensive use of sack material in clothing construction and quiltmaking of that period.
Last, the myth versus the reality of various craft traditions is discussed. "Were blacksmiths really muscle-bound? Were basketmakers Gypsies and were thirteen quilts in the dowry?" illustrates how our 20th-century mindset is influenced by prominent early collectors, exhibitionism, and publications among other things.