Long cherished as a vital American
folk art, quilting is fast becoming a
contemporary form of documentation.
For instance, "The Names Project,"
the mile-long quilt designed to
memorialize victims of AIDS, often
includes bits of photographs,
handwriting, personal momentos and
even artifacts like hair and teeth.
Producer Judith Kempfner talks to a group of quilters
about issues like gender, art vs. craft and
Quilting was produced by Judith Kempfner of the Australian
This is a project that looks at the Southern quilting tradition as it has evolved over the last one hundred and fifty years...
Canadian Quilter's Organization
Trying to promote a greater understanding, appreciation, and knowledge of the art, techniques,
and heritage of quilting...
Rosie Allen, Quilter
from the Louisiana Folk Life Center
Quilts : A Living Tradition
by Robert Shaw
Nothing indicates the history and development of the quilt better than full-color photographs of quilts...
Quilts! Quilts!! Quilts!!! : The Complete Guide to Quiltmaking
by Diana McClun, Laura Nownes (Contributor)
This book covers every tool, every technique, every stitch, every tip and every shortcut in machine
and hand quilting...
Your First Quilt Book (or it should be!)
by Carol Doak, Ursula Reikes (Editor), 1997
If you haven't got a clue about quilting, then this is the book for you...