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This would be a very cool quit to frame to add some unique flair to a contemporary space.

This would be a very cool quit to frame to add some unique flair to a contemporary space.

Housetop and Bricklayer blocks with bars; c. 1955; made by Lucy T. Pettway; 90" x 78"; cotton, corduroy, cotton knit, flannel, and even weave; photo by Pitkin Studio, courtesy of Matt Arnett

Housetop and Bricklayer blocks with bars; c. 1955; made by Lucy T. Pettway; 90" x 78"; cotton, corduroy, cotton knit, flannel, and even weave; photo by Pitkin Studio, courtesy of Matt Arnett

Quilts of Gee's Bend live and in person at the Elizabeth Leach Gallery.  Photo by Amy at Angry Chicken

Quilts of Gee's Bend live and in person at the Elizabeth Leach Gallery. Photo by Amy at Angry Chicken

Emma Mae Hall Pettway, Gee's Bend. One side of two-sided quilt: strips, ca. 1975, corduroy, 76 x 92 inches

Emma Mae Hall Pettway, Gee's Bend. One side of two-sided quilt: strips, ca. 1975, corduroy, 76 x 92 inches

Jennie Pettway - Medallion variation - c. 1975 Cotton, rayon, polyester, corduroy 82 x 72 inches

Jennie Pettway - Medallion variation - c. 1975 Cotton, rayon, polyester, corduroy 82 x 72 inches

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