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Image #1: “Broken Star”

Magdalene Wilson (American, 1898-2001), “Broken Star” variation, 1925. Cotton, wool and silk, 97 x 79 inches. Collection of the Tinwood Alliance. Photo: Stephen Pitkin, Pitkin Studio, Rockford, Il.

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Image #2:

Creola B. Pettway (American, b. 1927), "Housetop” – “Half-Log Cabin" variation, 1949. Cotton and Wool, 70 ½ x 70 inches. Collection of the Tinwood Alliance. Photo: Stephen Pitkin, Pitkin Studio, Rockford, Il.

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Image #3: Blocks and stips work-clothes quilt

Emma Lee Pettway Campbell (American, 1928-2002), Blocks and stips work-clothes quilt, 1950s. Denim and cotton twill, 89 x 69 inches. Collection of the Tinwood Alliance. Photo: Stephen Pitkin, Pitkin Studio, Rockford, Il.

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Image #4: Roman Stripes variation

Willie "Ma Willie” Abrams (American, 1897-1987), Roman Stripes variation, 1975. Corduroy, 85 ½ x 70 ½ inches. Collection of the Tinwood Alliance. Photo: Stephen Pitkin, Pitkin Studio, Rockford, Il.

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Image #5: “Bricklayer” variation

Qunnie Pettway, American, born 1943 “Bricklayer” variation, 1975. Corduroy, 80 ¾ x 69 ¾ inches. Collection of the Tinwood Alliance. Photo: Stephen Pitkin, Pitkin Studio, Rockford, Il.

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Image #6:

Gearldine Westbrook (American, b. 1919), "Housetop"-sixteen block variation, 1982. Corduroy and Cotton, 92 x 80 inches. Collection of the Tinwood Alliance. Photo: Stephen Pitkin, Pitkin Studio, Rockford, Il.

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Image 07: Work-clothes quilt

Mary Lee Bendolph (American, born 1935), Work-clothes quilt, 2002. Denim and cotton, 86 ½ x 73 ½ inches. Collection of the Tinwood Alliance. Photo: Stephen Pitkin, Pitkin Studio, Rockford, Il.

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Image 08: Housetop

Nancy Pettway (b. 1935), Housetop, 2003. Corduroy and cotton twill, 68 ½ x 71 inches. Collection of the Tinwood Alliance. Photo: Stephen Pitkin, Pitkin Studio, Rockford, Il.

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Image 09: Blocks and Strips

Irene Williams, (American, born 1920), Blocks and Strips, 2003. Polyester double-knit, 100 x 72 inches. Collection of the Tinwood Alliance. Photo: Stephen Pitkin, Pitkin Studio, Rockford, Il.

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Image 10: Blocks and strips

Ruth Kennedy (American, born 1926), Blocks and strips, 2003. Corduroy, 85 ½ x 77 inches. Collection of the Tinwood Alliance. Photo: Stephen Pitkin, Pitkin Studio, Rockford, Il.

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Image 11: Strips

Louisiana P. Bendolph (American, born 1960), Strips, 2003. Corduroy, 72 ½ x 68 inches. Collection of the Tinwood Alliance. Photo: Stephen Pitkin, Pitkin Studio, Rockford, Il.

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Image 12: Blocks, strips, strings, and half squares

Blocks, Strips, String, and Half-Squares Quilt, 2005
Mary Lee Bendolph, American
Cotton
84 x 81 inches (213.4 x 205.7 cm)
Collection of the Tinwood Alliance
Photo: Steve Pitkin, Pitkin Studio, Rockford, Illinois

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