Rediscover colorful stories hidden in the quilts of yesterday.
Release date: Monday, December 8th, 1997
What stories lie hidden in the quilts of yesterday? From tales of westward journeys and homestead challenges to legacies of friends and families, quilts speak the stories of their makers. Gathered in time, the strands of the quilters' lives, like their patchwork, chronicle the experience of western women and their colorful past. Gathered in Time takes viewers on a stitch-by-stitch exploration of quilt making in Utah. Produced by KUED's award-winning Elizabeth Searles, creator of Salt Lake City-Once Upon A Time and Remembering Uncle Golden the 102-minute documentary uses anecdotes, interviews with quilters and collectors, and footage of 73 unique quilts dating from the time of Utah settlement to 1950. The program, narrated by form KSL anchor Jackie Nokes, is based on the University Press book, Gathered in Time, by Kae Covington.
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