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I got this for my 96 year-old aunt, who is enchanted with the stories of the quilters. The illustrations are lovely. The book is larger and heavier than I realized, however.Published 1 month ago by Patricia
I am familiar with ladies of Gee's Bend, AL story from the PBS special. I gave it as a gift to a quilter friend of mine.
Great coffee table book.
This is a great book to inspire novice quilters because the beauty outweighs the imperfections that sometimes intimidates many new quilters. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Greekladybug
If you are into art and or design you MUST see this book. Untaught quilters whose work belongs in every great museum. Remarkable.Published 5 months ago by Nikki & David Goldbeck
I have admired REAL quilts all my life..... the artistic quilts being made today are wonderful, however I am thrilled when I come across a quilt that has a story with it.... Read morePublished 7 months ago by NCBoot
The book is beautiful and in excellent condition! The book gives an excellent display of the beautiful work and skills of the quilters. The recognition is long overdue.Published 14 months ago by G b.
I found this book to be the gold standard on the subject. Informative and thorough. Highly recommend it to all quilters and historians of the American south.Published 17 months ago by Zoot Rollo
what a wonderful book showing the workmanship and history behind a lot of these old quilts. As a quilter myself I can appreciate the work behind all of them!Published 18 months ago by Janie L. Douglas
I must admit that I haven't gone through this book yet. I only bought it because there are some quilts in there that were made by members of my family that I don't know or I don't... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Crabbymil