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7 edition of Mary Schafer, American Quilt Maker found in the catalog.

Mary Schafer, American Quilt Maker

by Gwen Marston

  • 150 Want to read
  • 15 Currently reading

Published by University of Michigan Press/Regional .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biography: general,
  • Needlecraft art (eg lace, quilts, etc as art objects),
  • Hobbies/Crafts,
  • Crafts & Hobbies,
  • Biography / Autobiography,
  • Americana,
  • Quilts & Quilting,
  • Women,
  • Crafts & Hobbies / Quilts & Quilting

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7632889M
    ISBN 100472068555
    ISBN 109780472068555
    OCLC/WorldCa52860073

    Marston was writing a book on the prolific American quilter Mary Schafer, and Cunningham collaborated on the project, learning at Schafer’s knee. To study with Schafer, he says, “you had to be a historian of quilts, a scholar of quilts, an engineer for the technical side of it, and an artist. Michigan State University Museum FAD Research Collections THE MARY SCHAFER QUILT AND EPHEMERA COLLECTION SUMMARYACCESS AND RESTRICTIONS: Viewing access to the collection is ation of the materials may be governed by copyright and other SUBJECTS:PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: Manuscripts, photographs:folders (boxes) .

    Gwen Marston is a professional fiber artist, author, and teacher. She has taught nationally and internationally for over three decades. She has written 26 books, two of which have won awards: Mary Schafer: American Quilt Maker won a Michigan Notable Book award, and 37 Sketches won a New York Book Show award. She has had twenty-five. A book by Gwen Marston, "Mary Schafer, American Quilt Maker," outlined her work and collections. Marston also mentioned and featured her in other books, Schmondiuk : Mary Ann Chick Whiteside.

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Extensively illustrated, with over drawings and 11 unique Mary Schafer patterns, Mary Schafer, American Quilt Maker is a must-have book for anyone passionate about American quilting.

While we take that passion for granted today, author Gwen Marston shows that it wasn't always so; indeed, one woman, Mary Schafer, was largely responsible for the restoration of interest in one of our greatest 5/5(10).

Extensively illustrated, with over drawings and 11 unique Mary Schafer patterns, Mary Schafer, American Quilt Maker is a must-have book for anyone passionate about American quilting.

While we take that passion for granted today, author Gwen Marston shows that it wasn't always so; indeed, one woman, Mary Schafer, was largely responsible for the restoration of interest in/5.

Mary Schafer is inspirational. Loved every minute of this book. Loved her attitude towards quilts and quilt blocks and her beautiful quilting patterns. Could have read on and on. Excellent book for those who love reading about prolific quilters, how and why they create so much and the love they bring to their works.5/5.

Extensively illustrated, with over drawings and 11 unique Mary Schafer patterns, Mary Schafer, American Quilt Maker is a must-have book for anyone passionate about American quilting.

American Quilt Maker book we take that passion for granted today, author Gwen Marston shows that it wasn't always so; indeed, one woman, Mary Schafer, was largely responsible for the restoration of interest in one of our greatest. Gwen Marston, American Quilt Maker book of Mary Schafer, American Quilt Maker, discusses her nearly thirty-year friendship with Schafer, and Schafer’s importance as both a quilter and quilt n, herself an award-winning quilter and quilt instructor, developed the initial grant project to document the Schafer collection and organized a number of exhibits featuring Schafer’s : Mercer Museum.

Mary Vida Schafer was born Apin Austria-Hungary, moving to the United States in Although her mother died soon after she arrived in America, Mary's interest in needlework was nurtured while she was still quite young by the women in her neighborhood, at the request of her father.

Mary Schafer, American quilt maker/ Gwen Marston. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Mary Schafer; Mary Schafer: Material Type: Biography, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Gwen Marston.

Extensively illustrated, with over photographs and 10 quilt patterns, Mary Schafer, American Quilt Maker is a must-have book for anyone passionate about American quilting.

While we take that passion for granted today, author Gwen Marston shows that it wasn't always so; indeed, one woman, Mary Schafer, was largely responsible for the restoration of interest in one of our greatest folk arts Author: Gwen Marston.

The Mary Schafer book has nothing to do with Liberated Quiltmaking, however. It is a history type quilt book depicting the work and collections of Mary Schafer. The quilts With my birthday money from RBL, I bought Mary Schafer American Quilt Maker by Gwen Marston [/5.

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Mary Schafer and Her Quilts provides an account of the quiltmaking history of nationally-recognized quilter, quilt educator, and pioneering quilt historian, Mary Schafer. Her quilts reflect a passion for historical accuracy, creative adaptations of traditional designs, and skilled quilt construction.

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You may order it from The Quilters Hall of Fame by emailing [email protected] or calling   This week saw the passing of quilt icon, Gwen Marston.

Gwen was a fiber artist, author, and teacher who taught nationally for over three decades. Two of her 29 books received awards: Mary Schafer: American Quilt Maker - Michigan Notable Book award and 37 Sketches - New York Book Show Award. Her work has been exhibited around the world.

Gwen Marston also wrote “Mary Schafer, American Quilt Maker.” She was honored by the Quilters’ Hall of Fame inshortly after her quilt names by Mary caught my eye because of the stories associated with the block. First, Lafayette Orange Peel, which was derived from the myth of Lafayette slicing an orange into 4 parts to.

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Marsha McGinnis Quilt Books. She has written 26 books, two of which have won awards: Mary Schafer: American Quilt Maker won a Michigan Notable Book award, and 37 Sketches won a New York Book Show award. She has had twenty-five exhibits of her large quilts, seven exhibits of her small quilts, and her work has been shown in many group exhibits throughout the United.

I recently read Gwen Marston's book "Mary Schafer, American Quilt Maker" and the passion she and her circle of friends had for quilt making, quilt patterns, and history is really inspiring.

I would love to see her quilts in person, maybe they will travel. Gwen Marston also wrote “Mary Schafer, American Quilt Maker.” She was honored by the Quilters’ Hall of Fame inshortly after her death.

Two quilt names by Mary caught my eye because of the stories associated with the block. DOYLESTOWN, PA: (Ap ) – The Mercer Museum will host The Mary Schafer Collection: A Legacy of Quilt History, an exhibition that explores the life and work of an important early collector, designer, maker, and popularizer of quilts and quilting show will be on view at the Mercer from May 13 – Aug and will feature 25 quilts that reflect the varying aspects of.Newly revised by Barbara Brackman, this book places at your fingertips illustrations, names, and original published sources for over 4, pieced patterns.

Its comprehensive listing of pieced quilt designs published from the 's though the 's makes this "Encyclopedia" a wonderful resource for pattern identification and also a source of inspiring possibilities for those who make quilts.