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Column: Quilting exhibit expresses the American experience

6:14 PM, Jul. 16, 2013
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Usually thought of as strictly an American folk art, quilting dates back to ancient Egypt. And although it has a long history of practice in Europe, it's an art form whose evolution of creative and social expression reflects the history of our country. This fall, the LuCille Tack Center for the Arts is offering a one-day motor coach trip to Madison on September 5th for the Quilt Expo - a celebration of this practical yet creative activity.

When you imagine earlier quilters, you may envision Colonial women sitting in their homes by the fireside in a "quilting bee," patching together a blanket ...

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