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Points of Pride: South Dakota’s Quilting Heritage

Points of Pride: South Dakota’s Quilting Heritage
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From county fairs and tribal lands to church basements and modern quilting guilds, SDPB’s documentary Points of Pride: South Dakota’s Quilting Heritage travels the state to showcase the art and heritage of South Dakota’s vibrant quilting communities. Produced by SDPB’s Stephanie Rissler, the film features South Dakota quilt documentarian Mary Reece Fitzgerald, author of “South Dakota Quilts and Quilt Makers,” (published by South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum), Rapid City quilter Beth Mazella, Mission quilter Vi Colombe and many other local quilters. DVD. Approx. 60 minutes.

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