The Quilts of the British IslesBook - 1996
Britain has always possessed its own distinct quilt-making tradition. The author of this work, having delved into both public and private collections, provides a varied sample of the craft prior to 1935. Coverage includes: wholecloth quilts from England and Wales; appliqued and pierced frame quilts from Ireland; inlaid picture quilts from Scotland; Victorian quilts; Turkey red and white appliques; traditional pieced patterns using the hexagon and Log Cabin; Bible, Autograph and Bazaar quilts; and quilts made by soldiers, tailors and children.
Publisher: London : : Deirdre McDonald Books, 1996, c1987.
Characteristics: 127 p. :,col. ill. ;,29 cm.