Clues in the Calico

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Clues in the Calico
Author : Barbara Brackman
File Size : 46,9 Mb
Publisher : C&T Publishing Inc
Language : English
Release Date : 01 May 2009
ISBN : 9781571209184
Pages : 200 pages
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Clues in the Calico by Barbara Brackman Book PDF Summary

In Clues in the Calico Barbara Brackman unveils a much-needed system for dating America's heirloom quilts. She tells how, by collecting and observing quilts and finally analyzing her computer file on close to 900 date-inscribed specimens, she arrived at the system. And through this telling she also imparts a colorful, stunningly illustrated history of quiltmaking along with a good bit of entertaining social history and the newest findings in textile research.

Clues in the Calico

In Clues in the Calico Barbara Brackman unveils a much-needed system for dating America's heirloom quilts. She tells how, by collecting and observing quilts and finally analyzing her computer file on close to 900 date-inscribed specimens, she arrived at the system. And through this telling she also imparts a colorful, stunningly

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