Red & White

Red White Red White American Redwork Quilts and Patterns is the most comprehensive look at redwork available Redwork a type of needlework popular during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries is on

  • Title: Red & White
  • Author: Deborah Harding
  • ISBN: 9780847822447
  • Page: 389
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Red White American Redwork Quilts and Patterns is the most comprehensive look at redwork available Redwork, a type of needlework popular during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, is once again the hottest trend in the quilting world In this two volume, heavily illustrated work, best selling author Deborah Harding traces pattern sources and design iRed White American Redwork Quilts and Patterns is the most comprehensive look at redwork available Redwork, a type of needlework popular during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, is once again the hottest trend in the quilting world In this two volume, heavily illustrated work, best selling author Deborah Harding traces pattern sources and design inspirations for antique quilts with original catalog offers and period advertisements to help collectors identify, date, and document their own quilts Blocks on twenty antique quilts are analyzed in detail In the accompanying pattern book, 100 actual size patterns and detailed instructions enable readers to create their own redwork quilts and linens.

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    • Catherine Woodman says:

      This is the best collection of red work quilts that I have seen, and beautifully packaged into two books, one of patterns and one of quilts

    • Patricia says:

      Best book on redwork to date. One book is just patterns. The other book is the history & technique. A must have for any hand embroiderer, or textile historian.

    • Leslie says:

      I love learning about the women of history and how their crafts changed with innovation and creativity and waves of fads. This book is specifically about the popularity of red and white embroidered quilts in the late 1800s going into the 1900s. Most of these embroidered patterns were stitched with Turkey red cotton floss, and that is about all that is common among them other than the quilter/embroider's desire to be creative and use the resources they had available.This is a good book for anyone [...]

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