Third person singular simple present of to quilt.

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  • Quilts of the Underground Railroad — Since the late 1980s, a theory has been advanced that slaves utilized quilt blocks to alert other slaves about escape plans during the time of the Underground Railroad (approximately 1780 1860).Promotion of the TheoryThis theory was promoted in… …   Wikipedia

  • quilts — kwɪlt n. blanket made from layers of fabric and soft padding; blanket sewn with a quilted design v. sew in a quilted pattern; make a blanket from layers of fabric and soft padding; fill with soft padding …   English contemporary dictionary

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  • The Quilts of Gees Bend — were created by a group of women who live in the isolated, African American hamlet of Gee s Bend, Alabama. Like many American quilters, the women transformed a necessity into a work of art but their innovative and often minimalist approach to… …   Wikipedia

  • Quilt — For other uses, see Quilt (disambiguation). For the sewing technique, see Quilting. A patchwork and embroidery quilt that displays flowers and birds A quilt is a type of bed cover, traditionally composed of three layers of fiber: a woven cloth… …   Wikipedia

  • History of quilting — In the article, [http://www.historyofquilts.com/precolonial.html Medieval Renaissance Quilting] , quilt historian Lisa Evans wrote, Quilted garments padded Crusader mail, quilted linens adorned Renaissance bedchambers, and quilted Evangelists… …   Wikipedia

  • Cuesta Benberry — (September 8, 1923 – August 23, 2007) was an American historian and scholar.[1] Considered to be one of the pioneers of research on quiltmaking in America, and was the pioneer of research on African American quiltmaking. Her involvement in quilt… …   Wikipedia

  • quilting — /kwil ting/, n. 1. the act of a person who quilts. 2. material for making quilts. 3. a heavily padded wrapping, as for fragile cargo. [1605 15; QUILT + ING1] * * * Process of stitching together two layers of fabric, usually with a soft, thick… …   Universalium

  • Quilt art — Quilt art, sometimes known as art quilting , is an art form that uses traditional quilting techniques to create art objects. Practitioners of quilt art create it based on their experiences, imagery, and ideas rather than traditional patterns. [… …   Wikipedia

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