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Sue Benner's Almost Finished Abstract Quilts

We all love Sue Benner, but secretly, we may love her work even more. And she has provided us with some photos of three almost finished quilts that she wanted to share. These quilts were started on the set of Sue's show and were featured in the abstract design portion. Look and see how far along the've come since their inception.

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The Whitney Museum of Arts Quilt Exhibition at 50

We recently featured a Textile Talks from the International Quilt Museum discussing the evolution of Abstract design in quilts over the previous fifty years. Today we'd like to go more in depth with that exhibit, called the single most influential quilt exhibition ever, when the Whitney Museum of Arts covered its walls with antique quilts in 1971 and its current revival in 2021.

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Textile Talks: Abstract Design in American Quilts at 50 - Raising the Profile

The International Quilt Museum presents Abstract Design in American Quilts at 50: Raising the Profile with Dr. Jonathan Gregory and moderator Marin Hanson. Watch as Dr. Gregory and Marin discuss the evolution of Abstract design in quilts over the previous fifty years as they view a number of very interesting quilts.

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