Photos, Prints, Drawings 1994 New Jersey State Winner Title of Quilt: Blest Be the Tie That Binds
About this Item
- 1994 New Jersey State Winner
- Other Title
- Title of Quilt: Blest Be the Tie That Binds
- Contributor Names
- Thompson, Judith I. (Creator)
- Created / Published
- Wenonah, New Jersey, 1993 - 1994
- Subject Headings
- - Quilting
- - quilt piecing
- - log cabin quilts
- - recycled fabrics
- - quilt tops
- - aesthetics
- - applique quilts
- - hand quilting
- - artistic hobbies
- - commemorative quilts
- - art quilts
- - cotton fabrics
- - quilt art
- - silk quilts
- - linen
- - Photographs
- - United States -- New Jersey -- Wenonah
- - The following information was supplied by the quiltmaker:
- - Quilt size: 59" x 59"
- - If your quilt is based on a traditional pattern or an earlier quilt, what is the name of the pattern? "Quilt evolved from 5 antique log cabin blocks."
- - How did you choose the materials used in your quilt? "Silk background fabrics with 5 antique silk log cabin blocks and recycled necktie fabrics; silk quilting thread." "The 5 antique silk log cabin blocks were the inspiration to use necktie fabrics coordinated with the antique blocks and multi-generational silk ties."
- - What was your primary reason for entering the Lands' End contest? Do you frequently enter your quilts in competition? "I make quilts because I love the process and the challenge of artistic expression. Many of my quilts have been entered in competition because I like to have my work critiqued by expert judges. Occasionally I make a quilt for a specific competition theme, but if a quilt fits the theme then I enter it."
- - How long have you been making quilts? How did you learn to quilt? "I tried making a quilt on the sewing machine during the Bicentennial year, 1976, with very poor results. Then in 1983 I tried hand piecing and hand quilting with much better results and have used those methods since that time. I am self-taught using books, magazine instructions and workshops with many expert quilt makers."
- - Has being a winner in the Land's End contest made a difference in your life? Has it changed the way you look at your work as a quilt maker? "The Lands' End contest was one of my early awards in quilting and that encouraged me to enter other national competitions."
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- Color transparency
- Call Number/Physical Location
- AFC 1997/011: Folder 9024 P1
- Source Collection
- Lands' End All-American Quilt Collection (AFC 1997/011)
- American Folklife Center
- Online Format
FormatPhotos, Prints, Drawings
ContributorsThompson, Judith I.
Log Cabin Quilts
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Thompson, Judith I. 1994 New Jersey State Winner. Wenonah, New Jersey, - 1994, 1994. Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/qlt000500/. (Accessed January 23, 2017.)
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Thompson, J. I. (1994) 1994 New Jersey State Winner. Wenonah, New Jersey, - 1994. [Image] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/qlt000500/.
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Thompson, Judith I. 1994 New Jersey State Winner. Wenonah, New Jersey, - 1994, 1994. Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <https://www.loc.gov/item/qlt000500/>.