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She has always spent much of her time in art and craft pursuits. Are you a fabric collector, quilt collector, appraiser, or antiques collector who needs to know specifics about fabrics or quilts? It will help you identify, date, and recognize antique fabrics and their uses in quilts and clothing.
At the age of 10, her grandmother introduced her to quilting, which began a lifelong interest. Over 1,000 color fabric swatches are listed in this handy, easy-to-use reference guide. Are you a fabric collector, quilt collector, appraiser, or antiques collector who needs to know specifics about fabrics or quilts?
For each period, Eileen Trestain gives us fascinating information about how textiles were made, dyes were used and prints created in the making of fabrics during that time period.
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The pattern line features three-dimensional and traditional appliqué elements.At the age of 10, her grandmother introduced her to quilting and the beauty of flowers. Always creative, Eileen has used many avenues of artistic expression.Eileen was interested in the history of quilting, and the ties it made between her family generations. Butterscotch prints are often small, with the motifs closely packed together. Butterscotch fabrics often date to the middle of the nineteenth century and were frequently used as a background for a pieced pattern.
In 1984, she moved to Dallas, Texas, when she married.