Saturday’s Quilt Jigsaw Puzzle: Sisterhood of the Pussyhats

New Quilt Jigsaw Puzzle

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Sisterhood of the Pussyhats by Betsy Vinegrad

This week’s puzzle is a photo of the label on the back of a quilt entitled Sisterhood of the Pussyhats made by artist Betsy Vinegrad of Short Hills, New Jersey for the 2017 Quilt Alliance “Voices” contest and auction. The piece is made from fabrics designed by and/or purchased from women. Wool and cotton/polyester batting. Polyester and cotton thread. Pieced, quilted and embroidered on a domestic sewing machine.

Artist’s Statement

“Sisterhood of the Pussypants” by Betsy Vinegrad


The Pussyhat Project, conceived of by Krista Suh and Jayna Zweiman, was launched to make pink hats as a unifying symbol at the 2017 Women’s March. Gatherings took place all over the country to make pussyhats. For centuries, knitting and quilting bees have been safe places for support, sharing of ideas and even political activism. Made at a weekend retreat, inspiration came from many women including fellow quilters, fabric designers, knitters, crocheters and marchers.

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It was fun!


I’d like to post this on our Kansas City Modern Quilt Guild Face Book page. Will the tags below cut and paste into a FB post? I’ve seen them on people’s blogs. I suppose I could get our Tech Coordinator to post it to our blog too but most members read FB religiously. Please let me know if that will work. Camille


Looking at a 2014 American Patchwork quilting magazine. Wondering if I could get the pattern for the quilt that was 14th in the Mill Book series. Thank you. Bonnie M. Dunn. please respond. Thank you

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