Tradition and Transformation: Women Quilt Designers
Women Designers in the USA, 1900-2000. “Tradition and Transformation: Women Quilt Designers.” in Pat Kirkham, ed., New York/London: BGC/Yale University Press, 2000.
This volume celebrates the contribution that female designers made to American culture over the last century in such fields as ceramics, textiles, graphics, furniture, interiors, metalwork, fashion and jewellery.
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Images of Culture: Japanese Kimono 1915-1950 in the Nasser D. Khahili Collection (scheduled for 2020)
New York Beauties: Quilts of the Empire State
Shared Threads: Quilting Together Past and Present
Folk Art in American Life
Wearing Propaganda: Civilian Textiles on the Home Front in Japan, America, and Great Britain, 1931-1945
Quilting Transformed: A History of Contemporary Quilting in America
The Textile Artistry of Itchiku Kubota: Kimono from the Kubota Collection
As We Are Now So Shall You One Day Be: Skeleton Motifs in Japanese Kimono