State and country quilt patterns are a great way to get children involved with their community, state and country.
The American Quilt : A History of Cloth and Comfort 1750-1950 This re-issued and updated book is a celebration of the quilt which features more than 250 full-color photographs and a text that shows readers how to examine fabrics, dyes, patterns, and other clues in order to place quilts in their social and cultural context.
The artistic use of color and variety of patterns only add to the visual impact and are a testament to the care taken while creating this piece.
You simply add you own blog to the creative linky list the best describes your blog. The site is completely free and it's purpose is to list creative based blogs only.
If your particular interest isn't there yet, simply let me know (via the comments on the page) and it can be added. It will be moderated to keep out spammers and inappropriate content, but that's it.
The Quilt History list was created to provide a forum for people around the world who are interested in antique quilts and related textiles to discuss the historical aspects of quilting.
We discuss all aspects of antique quilts - fabrics, design, color, etc. We also share our experiences with the more practical aspect of antique quilts - finding, washing, researching, restoring and even reproducing.