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Visualise the future as you connect with the past by exploring the reinvention of 18 classic quilts from the International Quilt Study Center & Museum, which was founded in 1997 when native Nebraskans Ardis and Robert James donated their collection of 1,000 quilts to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, making their contribution the centrepiece of what is now the largest publicly held quilt collection in the world. This book enables you to follow through from inspiration to interpretation, using creative new adaptations of a diverse selection of antique quilts that range from simply functional to delightfully pictorial. The projects show off a remarkable array of styles, settings and colourways and, as the saying goes, what goes around comes around and we are still drawing inspiration from quilters whether their work is classed as antique or innovative
--Fabrications Quilting for You Magazine; February/March 2013 Issue
Posted October 15, 2012
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