I recorded and uploaded History Quilter Podcast Episode 26 yesterday and is now available both on Podbean and iTunes.
Hawaiian Quilts received bit more airtime this episode due to Jaye's comment about the German tradition of Scherenschnitte or scissor cuts in which she shared how Scherenschnitte is the big sister of snowflake cutting. Last time when I spoke about Hawaiian Quilts I explained how they mimicked snowflake cutting as the design appeared to be cut out of one single piece of fabric.
So what do you think? Do you see the link between Scherenschnitte and Hawaiian Quilts?
|Cut-out Design (Scherenschnitte) from International Quilt Study Center &Museum |
more info here.
|Hawaiian Quilt photo from Extreme Craft/Mission Houses Museum in Honolulu, HI|
What I read: The Kitchen House by Kathleen Grissom
The Midwife of Venice by Roberta Rich
My end of semester project for myself - time for some garment sewing:
|Evening Empire Dress with Turn of Events Voile|
|My niece, myself and my mother - 2/6/04|
Go enjoy your day,