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Pieced by Mother Symposium Papers by Jeannette Lasansky
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Mar 20, 2010

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Got this through a library discard. The symposium papers ran the gamut. Some held no interest to me, like the role of friendship quilts in the 19th century, but some were strangely arcane and fascinating, like what the early Pennsylvania-German population's expectations for bed / bedding / bedsteads / sleep said about their culture. I also need to trace a few of the quilt blocks on the inside cover before giving this back; there are a few I've never seen before and wouldn't mind recreating.

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