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  • 13-14th century Quilted Cap

    I know this list is very quiet, but I just got shown a cool piece, and I wanted to share. This is a Cap https://collection.cooperhewitt.org/types/35259883/. It

    ratpatch1 6 days ago
  • Pictures of 16th century quilts

    Hello, all! I'm fairly new to the list, I've mostly been lurking for a while. My name is April, and in the SCA, I'm known as Medb inghean Daire. I am working

    albcarter42 1 year ago
  • Re: Link to quilted sleeves

    I don't think the Cranach sleeves were quilted with a backing fabric, batting, and pieced fabric. I also am not sure that the sleeves were sewn to a backing

    caitlinnicraighne 1 year ago
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The word "quilt" summons a host of images: quilting bees, pioneer housewives, crazy quilts, maybe even modern art quilts. It's one of the best-known and most popular American crafts.

But did you know that quilting started at least 2,000 years ago in Siberia? Or that early quilts were wholecloth, not patchwork? Or that silk quilts were the rage at the court of Henry VIII?

This group is devoted to the study, discussion, and recreation of pre-colonial quilts, primarily in the European Middle Ages and Renaissance. Join us as we ferret out the unknown history of quilts!

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  • Jul 10, 2005
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