Books by Sue Reich 

Each book you order will be signed by the author. 

Quilts and Quiltmakers Covering Connecticut

$ 34.95 USD

Following a six year, statewide, documentation of Connecticut's historic quilts, Quilts and Quiltmakers was written by Sue Reich and other members of the project.  This chronological presentation of quilts dating from 1759 to 1950 is viewed as one of the top state quilt history books. 

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Quilting News of Yesteryear: 1,000 Pieces and Counting

$ 30.95 USD

The abundance of textile mills in the 1870s and our country's Centennial celebration brought many new trends in quiltmaking.  An informal, national competition to make quilts with thousands of pieces swept across our country.  The phenomena was well recorded in period newspapers. This book features two collections: newspaper articles of women making multitudinous-pieced quilts and examples of quilts contemporary in time.  

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Quilting News of Yesteryear: Crazy as a Bed-Quilt

$ 30.95 USD

The Crazy Quilt mania began to sweep the nation in 1882. The craze was actually part trend of making multitudinous-pieced quilts.  This book is a collection of newspaper articles about Crazy quiltmaking and incredible close-up photos of Crazy quilts contemporary in time.

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World War II Quilts

$ 44.99 USD

Between 1941 and 1945, women were working in the defense industry, planting the victory gardens and keeping the home fires burning. They were also making quilts to honor the service of their men on the battlefield, to raise money for the war effort and to send the refugees of Britain and Europe.  This book was a labor of love to highlight the contributions of "the Greatest Generation" during World War II.

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Quiltings, Frolicks & Bees: 100 Years Signatures Quilts

$ 34.99 USD

This book is two collections: historic newspapers record quiltmaking in community and 100 years of Signature quilts reflecting communities of women quiltmaking for family events, hails and farewells, fundraising and needful societal causes.  

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