and Closure: Publish reports
an exhibit catalog
an oral report
gaps in knowledge may not be filled in, but some new information should have
by comparisons with other quilts and by the interviews.
The Quilt Heritage Listserv has a list of book resources, a listserv to
archives of discussions andother topics on quilt history.
Quilt History Links is a treasure trove of
to articles about quilts, women and quilts, quilt museum sites, quilt pattern
history, and quilt
Quilt Block Patterns in Alphabetical Order from
wide Quilting Page. Each block name link takes you to directions for cutting
block, with diagrams.
Parkhurst's Quilt Block page; http://ils.unc.edu/~parkn/quilt/ She is
a University of North
student; this page is a data base of alphabetical, visual, thematic and units
of each block. Site contains links to other quilt history sites.
with colorful graphics, this World Wide Quilting section
the different types of settings that blocks can be organized in. it has a Coloring
which you print out a block and design your color scheme.
Barbara. Clues in the Calico. Howell Press, 1989. Out of print, but an
Barbara. Encyclopedia of Pieced Quilt Patterns. American Quilter's Society,
book for identifying quilt block patterns; organized by type of block; source
of name and
given. Hardcover or ring binder.
Ellen. Dating Fabrics: A Color Guide, 1800-1960. Collector Books, 1998.
Susan. Textile Designs : Two Hundred Years of European and American Patterns
Organized by Motif, Style, Color, Layout, and Period. 1,823 Illustrations
in Color. 1991.
Joy. Forties Fabrics. 1997.
Resource: A quilter from your local guild or quilt store.