Home on the Plains:
Quilts and the Sod House Experience, by Kathleen L. Moore and Stephanie Grace Whitson.
$24.95/$22.45 members (paper)
Women on the plains found beauty in making
vibrant quilts. You, too, can make your own quilts with the eight
timeless patterns included with the book.
Nebraska Quilts & Quiltmakers,
edited by Patricia Cox Crews and Ronald C. Naugle.
$35/$31.50 members (paper)
Features 103 quilts from the Nebraska Quilt
Project survey, with descriptions of quilts and biographical
sketches of the quiltmakers.
No Time on My Hands, by Grace
Snyder as told to Nellie Snyder Yost, foreword and epilogue by
Nellie Snyder Yost.
The story of Grace Snyder's life homesteading
in Nebraska. Grace Snyder adapted the quilt pattern featured
on the cover from a china plate design. The quilt contains 85,789
pieces and 5,400 yards of thread. The basket of flowers pattern
alone comprises more than 3,000 pieces.
Paper Quilts: Turn Traditional Quilt Motifs into Contemporary
Cards and Crafts, by Sandra Lounsbury Foose.
$21.98/$19.78 members (paper)
Create cards and crafts using quilt motifs.
No pins, needles, or stitches required. Your paper creations
will be works of art.
Quilts in the Attic,
by Karen S. Musgrave.
$24/$21.60 members (cloth)
Over 30 stories of personal and creative
discoveries that changed lives, and uncover the mystery and meaning
of beloved quilts.
The Quilt-Block History of Pioneer Days:
With Projects Kids Can Make,
by Mary Cobb, illustrated by Jan Davey Ellis.
$8.95/$8.05 members (paper)
The book presents the history of American
pioneers through the quilts they made. Easy papercraft projects
without sewing a single stitch.