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Hopi Quilting: Stitched Traditions from an Ancient Community by Carolyn O'Bagy Davis SOLD OUT Please locate another source to purchase this book

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Item Number: 8096350923
Hopi Quilting tells the story of the introduction of quilting to the Hopi people of northeastern Arizona in the late 1800s, and of the long tradition of quiltmaking on the Hopi mesas. Hopi women today are third- and fouth-generation quilters. Quilts have become closely woven into the fabric of daily and ceremonial life in all Hopi villages, and the blending of traditional western patterns with Hopi imagery has resulted in a quilting tradition that is a unique legacy of an enduring culture.

Sanpete Publications, 1997.
Paperback, 127 pages.