by Barbara Burnham, author of Baltimore Garden Quilt
Baltimore Garden Quilts blog. June, 2019.
"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.
Crain's Chicago Business 8/13/15
Meet the Area's Top Artisans and Restorers
by Kris Lyle
Pieces of Time: A quilt and textile history magazine
Iowa Illinois Quilt Study Group
by Ann Fahl
Taking Care of Old Quilts: A New Resource
by Ellen Anne Eddy
Ann Wasserman’s New Book: Preserving Our Quilt Legacy
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"I am a commission quilter and owner of Quilts By Commission in Auburn, NY. I purchased your book a few months ago and devoured every word of it as I have 3 vintage quilts that clients want me to "fix". As you can imagine I was honored to help these very loved items, but wanted to do my research. If it weren't for your pictures and information I would never have known where to start. There is not much information online, and it is certainly not a topic I have ever come across at a quilt show or guild program."
"I've just finished reading your book Preserving Our Quilt Legacy and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I have been restoring and conserving quilts for over ten years, and as I read your book I was seconding your thoughts on conservative treatment of quilt repairs and learning new techniques for my own repair work in the future. This was a much needed update to Camille Cognac's twenty year old work. Thank you!"
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