“Over Here: Quiltmaking that saw U. S. through the War Years Quilts from the Collection of Sue Reich” at Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum, Golden, Colorado, February 1 – April 30, 2011

The Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum in Golden, Colorado, will exhibit some of Sue Reich’s World War II quilts from her collection February 1 through April 30, 2011.

Photo is the Museum’s.

For additional info about the exhibit, go to: https://rmqm.org/zz/exhibits/upcoming-exhibits.html

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Online Smilebox Presentation of Edyta Sitar’s Quilts

There are forty slides of Edyta Sitar’s quilts in this Smilebox presentation by The Quilt Show:

Click to play this Smilebox slideshow

You can go to The Quilt Show’s blog for Smilebox slide shows, quilt puzzles, and other info about quilts at: http://www.thequiltshow.com/os/blog.php

YouTube Story of a Remarkable Quilt Maker

Diane Rose of Waco, Texas, is a blind quilt maker, but you should she what she accomplishes and how she works.  A very nice YouTube about her:

ART INfiber Exhibit at Sullivan Munce Cultural Center, Zionsville, Indiana, through February 19. 2011

ART INfiber
Now through February 19, 2011
Sullivan Munce Cultural Center
205 West Hawthorne Street
Zionsville, Indiana

Our fiber art group, INfiber, has an exhibit of our work at the Sullivan Munce Cultural Center in Zionsville, Indiana.

Come to the Opening Reception on Friday, February 4, 2011
5:00 – 8:00PM
Refreshments will be served.

For info about INfiber: http://www.indyfiber.com/

For more info: www.sullivanmunce.org

“Infinite Variety: Three Centuries of Red and White Quilts”, March 25 – 30, 2011, American Folk Art Museum, New York City

“Infinite Variety: Three Centuries of Red and White Quilts”

For six days in March, March 25–30, 2011, the American Folk Art Museum will have an exhibit of more than 650 red and white American quilts,  at the Park Avenue Armory’s Wade Thompson Drill Hall.   It will be the largest exhibition of quilts ever held in the city.
For info about the Museum: http://www.folkartmuseum.org/

Online Video from The Quilt Show of “Cream of the Cloth: Quilts from the Marbaum Collection of Hilary & Marvin Fletcher”

The Quilt Show has a thirteen minute video of work from the Cream of the Cloth: Quilts from the Marbaum Collection of Hilary & Marvin Fletcher. The exhibit is on until January 30, 2011, at the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles in San Jose, California.

Watch the video here: http://www.thequiltshow.com/os/blog.php/blog_id/3411

What a treat!  Wish I could see the actual exhibit!

Here is earlier posted info about the exhibit and that of Yvonne Porcella’s exhibit there. http://www.sjquiltmuseum.org/exhibitions.html

The exhibition runs until Jan. 30, 2011.
Sassaman
Heaven and Earth by Jane Sassaman

The second exhibit that is showing at the same time is that of Yvonne Porcella’s work, entitled: “Yvonne Porcella: Bold Strokes.”

Yvonne Porcella
Monkey Sighting by Yvonne Porcella

For museum info: http://www.sjquiltmuseum.org/visit.html

New Blog: “Civil War Quilts Commemorate the 2011 Sesquicentennial with a Block of the Week”

Barbara Brackman has just begun a blog commemorating the sesquicentennial of the Civil War with an eight inch quilt block a week and Civil War stories told through the patterns. The blocks and stories on her blog are taken from her publications over the years.

Here is the blog address: http://civilwarquilts.blogspot.com/

Barbara Brackman is quite knowledgeable about antique quilts and quilt history, especially in the time frame of the Civil War.  Her blog posts  began yesterday and she plans to post weekly.  I look forward to her writings.

I have a presentation about women and their quilts during the Civil War, as 2011 marks 150 years since that war began.

Part 2 of Slides from “In Full Bloom” Exhibit 2010 of International Quilt Festival

This Smilebox slide show is presented by The Quilt Show.  It is part 2 of slides shown from  Houston’s International Quilt Festival of 2010’s “In Full Bloom” exhibit.

Click to play this Smilebox slideshow

Part 1 of the slides was posted on the blog  December 18, 2010.