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AQSGAmerican Quilt Study Group
AQSGAustralian Quality Solutions Group
AQSGAlpha Quadrant Sim Group (est. 1997; Star Trek role-playing group)
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Laurel Horton (San Francisco, CA: American Quilt Study Group, 1992), 109-126.
Laurel Horton (Lincoln, NE: American Quilt Study Group, 2008), 138-157; and Jane Amelon, "The Persuasive Power of a Quilt: A Study of a Women's Prison Project," Uncoverings 30, ed.
Laurel Horton (Lincoln, NE: American Quilt Study Group, 2008), 111; Karl Ann Marling, George Washington Slept Here: Colonial Revivals and American Culture, 1876-1986 (Cambridge, MA.: Harvard University Press, 1988), 151-53.
The papers published in this volume were presented at the thirty-fifth annual conference of the American Quilt Study group in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Sally Garoutte, (Mill Valley, American Quilt Study Group), 53-70; Virginia Gunn, "Quilts for Union Soldiers in the Civil War," Uncoverings 1985, ed.
(4) Eanes presented her findings earlier at the 1982 American Quilt Study Group seminar.
Sally Garoutte (American Quilt Study Group, 1984), 58; Laurel Horton, Social Fabric: South Carolina's Traditional Quilts (Columbia, SC: McKissick Museum, 1985), 13; Ellen Eanes, "Nine Related Quilts of Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, 1800-1840" in Uncoverings 1982, ed.
The authors published in this volume presented their papers at the annual seminar of the American Quilt Study Group in Lincoln, Nebraska, in 2012.
(1) For a more complete assessment of the social and cultural forces that contributed to the emergence of art quilts, see Gayle Pritchard, Uncommon Threads: Ohio's Art Quilt Revolution (Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press, 2006); Sandra Sider, Pioneering Quilt Artists, 1960-1980: A New Direction in American Art (CreateSpace, 2010); Jane Przybysz, "Bay Area Beginnings: The American Quilt Study Group and the Twentieth-Century California Fiber Art Movement," Uncoverings 2010, ed.
(13) Jan Masenthin, Topeka, Kansas, interviewed by author, October 16, 2010, at American Quilt Study Group symposium, Bloomington, Minnesota.
Sally Garoutte and Laurel Horton (San Francisco, CA: American Quilt Study Group, 1989), 166.
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