Media Advisory: Seeing Double Quilt Exhibit at Winedale
The Winedale Historical Complex, a division of the Briscoe Center for American History at the University of Texas at Austin, proudly presents Seeing Double: Paired Versions of Popular Quilt Patterns.
Seeing Double, drawn from the richness of the Winedale Quilt Collection, featuring pairs of quilts constructed years apart but based on the same pattern. Certain patterns have attracted quilt makers for decades, such as mosaic quilts based on pieced
hexagons. By pairing quilts, the exhibit invites comparison on many levels, including artistic style, needlework proficiency and pattern interpretation. Quilts on display date from 1845 to 2009. Many of them have never been exhibited.
Exhibit dates: Feb 16 – 28, 2015, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Free and open to the public.
The Winedale Quilt Collection is a scholarly resource that supports the study of quilts and their history. Its mission is to collect, preserve, and provide access to American quilts and quilt history materials documenting the role of quilts in American
The Briscoe Center’s Winedale Historical Complex, is located four miles northeast of Round Top, Texas at 3738 FM 2712 (off FM 1457). For more information, call 979-278-3530 or visit www.briscoecenter.org