Today at the American Quilt Study Group Seminar in Lincoln, Nebraska, I attended the study center on World War II quilts with Sue Reich. It was wonderful, and later in the day I saw quilts from Sue's collection at the International Quilt Study Center Museum. Again, wonderful! It was nice to spend time with Sue. We also visited the day before when we looked at the chintz medallion together. Here are some pictures of the WWII quilts. Buy Sue's book! And enjoy the pictures. :)
|At IQSC Museum, which, by the way, is remarkable!|
An amazing day, but there was much more! I toured the IQSC Museum and took lots of pictures. Will try to post more tomorrow. Many thanks to Sue Reich for sharing her quilts, her family stories, and her immense knowledge about these important, patriotic quilts.
So far, my first Seminar has exceeded all expectations. I've enjoyed seeing friends, made a few new friends, and tomorrow I will show some of my quilts. Should be fun- lots of eye candy. 42 New York Beauties. I know, I'm crazy, but it's going to be so much fun!!