The March Quilts: Past Participants Questionnaire
Bib and Tucker Sew-Op is collecting written and oral histories from past participants of The March Quilts. We believe that the personal stories behind each quilt block are an important part of our Alabama history and we are aiming to collect these stories to give the quilts a richer history and understanding when going out on exhibit around Alabama and other states.
Did you or someone you know participate in the March Quilts? (If not you, please select "other" and explain your relationship to the maker; i.e. "child"; "deceased relative"; etc.)
I participated in the March Quilts
I/They participated in the following year(s) of the March Quilts
Year 1 (2014-2015) - The 50th Anniversary of the Selma March
Year 2 (2015-2016) - Gender Pay Gap
Year 3 (2016-2017) - Loving vs. Virginia
Year 4 (2017-2018) - Environmental Justice
Year 5 (2019)- Unsung Heroines of Alabama
I don’t remember/I don’t know
Tell us about your/their quilt block(s). Describe your block(s). Is there a story behind your quilt block(s) you’d like to share? Did you have a role in sewing the blocks together, quilting or binding the quilts?
You can also tell us a little about yourself: where you are from; what you do/did; your relationship to quilting.
Would you be interested in being contacted about having your quilt story orally recorded?
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