Blog Posts of Note
Thoughts About Repairing Antique Quilts
Quilt repair philosophy
"There is a Mystery in Every Antique Quilt: This American quilter brings the story of these precious things to life again." Feature article. By Dorothee Crane. Quilt- & Textilkunst Patchwork Professional, Germany. January 2018.
History Comes to Life on a Quilt
Researching a signature quilt identifies the provenance of a quilt made in Massachusetts in the 1890s.
Snowflake Quilt part 1 - The Story
Snowflake Quilt part 2 - Repair and Dedication
Quilt made in 1940 from a kit, its story told in the quiltmaker's diary
Step-by-step story of repairs to a 1940s Dresdent Plate quilt
Fantabulous Eagle Quilt
Conservation of an historically significant, museum-quality American eagle quilt,dated 1853
How to use crepeline, a sheer silk conservation fabric.
Step-by-step patching of an 1860s Six-Pointed Star quilt. These photos and instructions are included in my book.
Different techniques for working with 1890s crazy quilt.
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