Popular Publications

Popular Publications

Since 1982 Laurel has shared her research findings through a wide range of both scholarly and popular publications. Her work is frequently cited by others, and she has extended the influence of her knowledge and experience by serving as editor and mentor for the work of other researchers. Some of the following items are popular presentations of her work; others are…just for fun.
“Weedin’” (song parody), Western North Carolina Woman 7, no. 8 (August 2009), 7.
 
“Grandma Effie and the Heirloom,” in The Folklore Muse: Poetry, Fiction, and Other Reflections by Folklorists, ed. Frank de Caro (Logan UT: Utah State University Press, 2008), 179.
 
“2005 Honoree Bets Ramsey: An Appreciation,” The Quilters Hall of Fame Newsletter 27 (Spring 2005): 1-2.
 
“Paper, Patchwork, and the Role of Innovation,” foreword to Make it Simpler Paper Piecing, by Anita Grossman Solomon (Lafayette CA: C&T, 2003), 6-10.
 
“White Work,” The Quilters Ultimate Visual Guide, ed. Ellen Pahl (Emmaus, PA: Rodale Press, 1997), 261-62.
 
“The Meetin’ Place: Linda Ballou,” Quilter’s Newsletter Magazine 283 (June 1996): 36.
 
“Quilting and Patchwork in the North Country of England,” Quilting International 37 (September 1994): 8-13.
 
“Arrowmont School Expands Your Quilting Horizons,” Quilting International 37 (September 1994): 16-19.
 
“Explorations in String Patchwork: My Dream Come True,” Quilting International 36 (July 1994): 44-49, 59.
 
“Quilt Dating Service,” Quilt Lovers’ Forum, Quilter’s Newsletter Magazine 258 (December 1993): 58.
 
“Reduce Paper Clutter,” The Professional Quilter 46 (August 1993): 4-5.
 
“The Meetin’ Place: Glada Martin,” Quilter’s Newsletter Magazine 251 (April 1993): 30-31.
 
“The Pleasures of Discovery: the American Quilt Study Group Seminar,” Lady’s Circle Patchwork Quilts (May/June 1992): 24-27.
 
“An American Quilter Visits Dublin,” Irish Patchwork Society Newsletter (Spring 1992): 8-9.
 
“Grant Writing: How to Ask for Money,” The Professional Quilter 40 (February 1992): 2-4, 24.
 
“Efficient Paper Handling,” The Professional Quilter 36 (February 1991): 16-17.
 
“Southern Highland Handicraft Guild,” Quilting Today 19 (June/July 1990): 18-19.
 
“Reading History From Quilts,” Tar Heel Junior Historian 27, no. 2 (Spring 1988): 5-8.
 
“Product Endorsement,” The Professional Quilter 29 (May 1989): 8-9.
 
“The American Quilt Study Group,” Quilting Today 12 (April/May 1989): 55.
 
“Four-Star Quilt Slide Shows,” Quilter’s Newsletter Magazine (October 1987): 16-18, 70.
 
“Have You Read Any Good Quilts Lately?” Ancestoring 11 (1986): 3-7.
 
“Format for a Quilt Project,” Lady’s Circle Patchwork Quilts (Fall 1984): 7-8.
 
“Quilted History,” Rural Kentuckian 36, no. 6 (June 1982): cover, 8-10, 18.

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