It took a long time and a lot of persuasion, but it finally worked… the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution granted women the right to vote. The year was 1920-100 years ago. We figured a great way to celebrate this historic event was to create a fabric line honoring the occasion. “Votes for Women” was born! You will especially love the panel… 28 blocks featuring women or quotes by famous suffragists. Use the panel as-is for an impressive wall hanging, or cut it apart for smaller projects. (Wouldn’t it be fun to have a “girls' night” with everyone getting a block to embellish?) Make a statement of pride. Use our "Votes for Women" prints to let your daughters and granddaughters know how important our contributions have been and will continue to be.
Fabric is pre-cut, 1 yard (36 inches). 100% Cotton.
The exhibition Deeds Not Words; Celebrating 100 Years of Women's Suffrage will be on display at the Texas Quilt Museum in January 2021.
Votes For Women: Amendment Names Yellow
Sandra Sider, a studio quilt artist since the 1980s, has led critique workshops for Studio Art Quilt Associates (SAQA) since 2005. She holds an MA in art history from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. Between 2010 and 2013, Sider served as president of SAQA, and today she is editor of SAQA’s Art Quilt Quarterly as well as curator of the Texas Quilt Museum. She has written or edited more than a dozen books concerning contemporary quilt art.
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