"In our very patriarchal history, a lot of textile arts have remained minor arts, because they were domestic. One way for me to move this into the public sphere and to value it is to put a fair price on it. We have to realize that we have never paid for women's work in the home and that we have always taken it for granted. It's a long way to go to get it recognized, but it's through education and a fair appreciation of hard work, dedication and sometimes over a hundred hours per quilt."
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