Size: 8 1/2" x 11" x 0.709" | 128 color & b/w images | 128 pp
About the Author
Quiltfolk readers may recognize Sue Reich from the pages of Issue 17: Connecticut. She is also the author of past books of the month such as World War I Quilts and World War II Quilts. Sue began quilting at her grandmother’s farmhouse in northwestern Pennsylvania. Her strong German heritage has provided her with a love of all things Christmas. As a young mother living in Ohio, she made quilts for her children’s beds. Upon moving to Connecticut, she became involved with the Connecticut Quilt Search Project, documenting over 3,000 quilts dating 1759–1950 across the state. The culmination of the project was a book published by Schiffer called Quilts and Quiltmakers Covering Connecticut.
Over the past 20 years, she has authored eight quilt books and coauthored three books for organizations she volunteered with, including the Quilts of Valor Foundation.
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