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Embroidery: The Thread of History

Written by Linda Eaton
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Accompanying the Winterthur exhibition of the same name, this booklet explores the use of embroidery as historical documents that can deepen our understanding of women's lives and offer a telling look into the everyday world of nineteenth-century life.

This book accompanies the upcoming exhibit, "Embroidery: The Thread of History" at Winterthur opening October 5, 2018.

History can be defined as a series of events that are remembered and preserved through time. This exhibit explores the use of embroidery as historical documents that can deepen our understanding of women’s lives. It considers how needlework has been used to remember the past, document the present, and look forward to the future.

• Softcover; 40 pages with 45 color illustrations.

• Dimensions: 8" x 8".

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