How Do You Organize Your Quilt Books?

Fulton County Attorney Law Library, 104 x 84 inches, by O.V. Brantley, 2005.

Preparing for my move into my new quilt studio has forced me to organize my quit books. It seems I have so many, but I always want more. I guess I just love quilt books, so much so that I created my personal quilt book store on Amazon. Check it out.

After much thought, I finally decided to organize based on topics rather than author or title. I have a section of holiday books, appliqué books, quick quilts, Japanese books, African American books, documentary books, baby books and on and on.

In case you did not believe me when I said I love books, check out my quilt Fulton County Attorney Law Library. This quilt took me over a year to complete, but it was well worth it. It is featured in the book Georgia Quilts — Piecing Together a History.

How do you organize your books?


About ovbrantley

After practicing law for over 30 years, I retired from my position as the Chief Legal Officer for Fulton County, Georgia, the largest county in Georgia. Now I pursue my triple passions of motherhood, quilting and mediating.
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