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Lone Stars III

A Legacy of Texas Quilts, 1986-2011 (Charles N. Prothro Texana Series)

By Karoline Patterson Bresenhan, Nancy O'Bryant Puentes

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Format: Hardback, 400 pages
Other Information: 289 color photos
Published In: United States, 01 September 2011
From frontier times in the Republic of Texas until today, Texans have been making gorgeous quilts. Karoline Patterson Bresenhan and Nancy O'Bryant Puentes documented the first 150 years of the state's rich heritage of quilt art in Lone Stars: A Legacy of Texas Quilts, 1836-1936 and Lone Stars II: A Legacy of Texas Quilts, 1936-1986. Now in Lone Stars III, they bring the Texas quilt story into the twenty-first century, presenting two hundred traditional and art quilts that represent "the best of the best" quilts created since 1986. The quilts in Lone Stars III display the explosion of creativity that has transformed quilting over the last quarter century. Some of the quilts tell stories, create landscapes, record events, and memorialize people. Others present abstract designs that celebrate form and color. Their makers have embraced machine quilting, as well as hand sewing, and they often embellish their quilts with buttons, beads, lace, ribbon, and even more exotic items. Each quilt is pictured in its entirely, and some entries also include photographs of quilt details. The accompanying text describes the quilt's creation, its maker, and its physical details. With 16.3 million American quilters who spend $3.6 billion annually on their pastime, the quilting community has truly become a force to reckon with both artistically and socially. Lone Stars III is the perfect introduction to this world of creativity.

Table of Contents

AcknowledgmentsA Quarter Century of ChangeSearching for Texas Quilts in the Digital AgeTexas Quilts: Bridging the MillenniumThe Quilts Captain Tom, A Tall Texan Reflections at Sunset Spiral Progression Pulse Star Princess Feather and Rose of Sharon Expectations #4: Mixed Emotions 6 x 6 Comes Up Roses I See the Moon King of Hearts Walking on Shaky Ground: Head Series IV Elizabethan Woods Storm Warning Enchanted Garden Legacy Botanica Contour of My Heart (Joe's Quilt) My Stars! It's a Baltimore!! Les Amis (Friends) Once Upon a Time In God We Trust Seasons in Silhouette Texas Triumph Piece Quiet The Pheasant Germination Penelope's Garden Summer Flowers Academic Laurels Rosehurst Companions Mumbo Jumbo III Hot Pink Bird's Nest Rod 'n' Reel The Dream Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea Crewel Whirl Variations on Jacobean Joy Ride Simple Gifts Guiding Light Hannah's Garden Reminiscence Forest Fire Spirits The Right One for Me Feathered Rose The Rising Sun Untitled Floral Phantasma Friendship Wreath Album Shirley Was Right! Cherry Basket Pineapple Stretch Baltimore Cutwork Applique #132 Everything's Coming up Roses Sphere Mama Said There's a Dandelion in Our Garden Affinity Midnight on the Oasis The Supper Gaillardia Quilt Works #2339 Carmen's Veranda Open Season Power of Houston Bluebonnets Indian Paintbrushes Magic Carpet Twylite Zone (Storm at Sea) #141 On the Fourth Day Moonglow Madness Tobacco Leaf + Tulip Resolute Sitting on the Rock on the Bay Spirit of America Ladies in Red Flora Suburban Sprawl Canning Peaches Vase of Roses Blossoms in the BA Tailspin Blind Man's Fancy Coastline Sun Ponies Blue Light Special Windswept The Barrel Racer Everyday Best The Quilter In Texas You Gotta Play Football Indy Tree of Life Hot Flashes Memorial Mosaic (a la Moda) The Forest and the Trees Fugue XI Loada Moda Scraps Lone Star Blues Spring Splendor Autumn Splendor My Monet Time to Sew! America's Flowers Midnight Garden All Things Bright Beautiful Rose Pineapple Paintball November The Fantasy Quilt Girlie Swirlies (aka Cosmic Curves) Rainbow Refraction Lapis Vessels Hummingbird White Orchids Never Again New York Beauty Jon's Big Adventure Lake Reflections Grannie Gerbera Stars All Around Nightcruise on the River Thames A San Antonio Fiesta Firewheels Little Cities In the Beginning Koi Under the Willow I Little Boy Blue Happy Trails Stars in a Garden Jewels on the Vine Libellula Saturata, Flame Skimmer Opposites Attract Texas Sunflower Geese and Feathers in the Garden Lily UFO Complete Red Spirals Little Red Spot I Sing the Flower Eclectic The Christmas Card Quilt Now Dragonflies at Sunset Houston . . . I Think We Have a Quilter The Winner's Circle One Fine Day Staying Connected Mission: Impossible? Ladies of the Sea Reclamation: Retro Beyond the Horizon Tree Talk Exiting Eden with Eve Firing Up the Pickup Circle the Date Triple Four Patch Old Alton Bridge Just Sing . . . Sing a Song Oh My Gosh! Cubist's Edge Group Conversations Texas Hay Rake Borders All Around Hospital Rising Chocolate Cherries Life's a Beach Rios Thinking INside the Box: Tumbling Logs Among the Ancestors Broken Star Wish You Were Here: Postcards from the Road Tribute to Jane Breakfast in the Garden (Flowers of the Field Series) Wyoming Prairie Winters Iguana John Lennon-Requiem Starr Light Headwaters Oh, For Henna's Sake Buttercream Starry Night Clam Session Big on Texas Coneflower A Few of My Favorite Things Curiosity My Friends Made Me Do It (aka Starlight Garden) A Secret Garden Discovered Three's Company Last Chance, Last Dance The Right Time Think Green Circular Momentum Gold Rush Visions of Fairytales Danced in My Head Sentinel in the Gulf Facade Texas DNA Fireworks in the Midnight Sky Ripple EffectGlossarySelected Reading List

Promotional Information

Completing a landmark documentation of 175 years of Texas quilt history, Texas's leading quilt experts present two hundred traditional and art quilts that represent "the best of the best" quilts being made in Texas today

About the Author

Karoline Patterson Bresenhan is the founder and president of Quilts, Inc., which produces International Quilt Festival, the largest U.S. quilt event, and International Quilt Market, the world's only trade show for the quilting industry. Nancy O'Bryant Puentes is executive vice president of Quilts, Inc., which produces International Quilt Festival, the largest U.S. quilt event, and International Quilt Market, the world's only trade show for the quilting industry.

Reviews

"A tome showing quilts from the past 25 years, all made or completed in Texas... The 200 quilts display many techniques and styles. The authors comment on the increasing popularity of machine quilting and embellishment in the later years. The larger quilts each have a full-page photo, with details on the opposite page of the technique and the materials used. It is a stunning collection of outstanding work." - Patchwork & Quilting, April 2012

EAN: 9780292726994
ISBN: 0292726996
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Dimensions: 29.8 x 21 x 3.8 centimetres (1.90 kg)
Age Range: 15+ years
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