Inspirations: The Artistry of Ellen Stuckey
- I Wonder What They Were Thinking. // Quilter's Newsletter Magazine;Aug/Sep2013, Issue 435, p7
The article discusses the views of Z. J. Humbach, editor of the journal, for quilts and quiltmakers. She mentions that she feels delightful by meeting quiltmakers. She states that she had made a quilt for her mother's 100th birthday and informs that her touching story in the quilt "The Gift of a...
- Doug Stock: Telling Stories. Shermeta, Margo // Fiberarts;Jan/Feb92, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p39
The article deals with the quilt collection of Doug Stock. Stock reveals that he collects quilts for their storytelling. He began collecting quilts because he likes the idea of buying inexpensive quilts for bedcovers. The significance of the first quilt he bought from the estate of his second...
- How Hard Is It? BAKER, LORI // Quilter's Newsletter Magazine;Aug/Sep2013, Issue 435, p42
The article discusses the steps and importance of documentation of quilt and mentions that the knowledge of history of quilt increases the quilt's value to family members, collectors and potential buyers. It mentions that the first step in documentation requires labeling which includes the...
- Smooth sailing with this pattern. // Missouri Ruralist;Dec2013, Vol. 153 Issue 12, p73
The article presents an image of quilt pattern and also offers information related to "Quilts from the Past catalog" of the periodical.
- Double wedding ring quilts. Bishop, R. // Country Living;Mar1988, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p94
Discusses collecting American Double Wedding Ring pattern quilts. How the author, a folk-art authority, built up his collections; Origins of the pattern; Amish influence.
- The Volunteer Connection. Arney, Suzanne Smith // Quilter's World;Aug2008, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p14
The article features the International Quilt Study Center and Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska. The center, which established in 1997, opened its museum on March 30, 2008. It houses the international collection of more than 2,300 quilts that represents four centuries and 24 countries. An integral...
- Amish quilts. // House Beautiful;Feb84, Vol. 126 Issue 2, p34
A talk with an antique dealer who was able to acquire a quilt collection from an untapped region. No photos.
- Bold appeal of 20th-century quilts. Gordon, M. // Architectural Digest;Jun90, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p48
Discusses the growing popularity of 20th-century quilts among collectors. Focus on bold colors and patterns rather than historical significance; Distinctive elements of 20th-century quilts; Social history of 20th-century quilt making.
- The mardi gras quilt. Hardie, Dee // House Beautiful;Jun93, Vol. 135 Issue 6, p132
Describes the author's family treasure handed to them by great-aunt which is a quilt made of silk, satin and brocade patches from Parisian dresses worn to Mardi Gras balls. `Crazy' quilt as work of art; Featherstitches covering quilt; Inspiration to collect others.