Quilting: The Fabric of Everyday Life

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Quilting, once regarded as a traditional craft, has broken through the barriers of history, art and commerce to become a global phenomenon, international multi-billion dollar industry and means of gendered cultural production. In Quilting, sociologist and quilter Marybeth C. Stalp explores how and why women quilt. This close ethnographic study illustrates that women's lives can be transformed in often surprising ways by the activity and art of quilting. Some women who quilt as a leisure pastime are too afraid to admit to ...

Quilting: The Fabric of Everyday Life 2008, Berg Publishers, New York

ISBN-13: 9781845206543

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Quilting: The Fabric of Everyday Life 2008, Berg Publishers, New York

ISBN-13: 9781845206550

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