Ann Wasserman

 

 

Ann has been sewing most of her life, and has been self-employed as a seamstress since 1980.  Ann restores and conserves antique quilts and vintage clothing, costume for theater and dance.  She also designs and creates fiber art.

 

A major part of Ann’s quilt work is repairing and conserving quilts.  She has recently published a book describing her 30 years of learning and experience in this field.

To learn more about Ann visit her website at: www.annquilts.com

 

Lecture and Trunk Show:

Thursday Night, October 18, 2018 – “How Old Is It?  Dating Antique Quilts”

For most quilt collectors, knowing the ages of their quilts is very important. The fabrics used in a quilt hold the most direct information on age. A large part of this lecture is devoted to the history of fabrics, dyes, and printing techniques. Other factors, such as pattern, size, batting, etc., that can add to the determination of a quilt’s age are also discussed.

There are no workshops this month.

 

 

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