AQSG publishes an annual journal of the papers presented at our Seminar. Each issue of Uncoverings premiers essays that represent the most recent advances in quilt and related research. Featured papers have covered areas such as cultural roles associated with quilting and quilters, period analysis of quilting, and studies on quilt media. Each softbound volume includes both color and black and white illustrations. All members receive a copy of Uncoverings as a member benefit. Members at the Associate level and above receive two copies of Uncoverings each year.
Blanket Statements is the AQSG quarterly publication. Issues contain at least one research article, AQSG information, research notes and queries, quilt world news, and places to go. All members receive Blanket Statements as a member benefit and may choose to receive color copies by e-mail or black and white copies by mail.
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AQSG has five published books available on Amazon.
200 Years of Solid Color Quilts: A Quilt Study
Baskets!: A Study of 19th Century Basket Quilts
Revival!: A Study of Early 20th Century Colonial Revival Quilts
Stars!: A Study of 19th Century Star Quilts
In War Time: A Study if Civil War Era Quilts 1850-1865
AQSG produces five Technical Guides providing information on conducting oral interviews with quilters, quilt care and conservation, researching the lives of quiltmakers, dating quilts, and quilt documentation. The Technical Guide Series was updated in 2002. The 8 1/2" x 11" guides vary in length from 4 to 8 pages and contain black and white illustrations. They are perfect additions to your guild or personal library.
AQSG's Technical Guide Series:
- #1 Tracing the Quiltmaker: Using Online and Traditional Sources by Deborah Cooney
- #2 Collecting Stories: The Oral Interview in Quilt Research by Marsha MacDowell
- #3 In Your Care We Trust: Caring for Quilts by Fonda Ghiardi-Thomsen
- #4 Dating Antique Quilts: 200 Years of Style, Pattern, and Technique by Barbara Brackman
- #5 Quilt Documentation by Nancy Hornback
An annual directory, a member benefit, lists the names, contact information, and interests of current AQSG members. The directory also serves as a member handbook containing our Mission, By-laws, and Policies and Procedures.