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Author John Oldani, Ph.D., a folklore archivist who has produced and judged national quilt shows, examines the vocabulary, sayings, folk beliefs, superstitions, folk poetry, historical significance, and even the graffiti of the American quilter. Find out what quilters do 'in the ditch,' what they do with 'betweens,' and where they hide their 'pigs.' Contains poetry and song lyrics and is a wonderful resource for guilds, schools, and individual fun.
|Number of Pages||99|
|Dimensions||5.50" x 8.50" x .40"|