Today I have what is apparently the only quilt ever made by Quilt Hall of Fame inductee Sally Garoutte. It's featured in the book The Quilters Hall of Fame: 42 Masters Who Have Shaped Our Art.
More about the book:
Masterpiece quilts. Master quilters. Both are honored in The Quilters Hall of Fame. The book profiles more than forty of the quilting world’s most influential people—from early twentieth-century quilt designer Ruby McKim to quilt curator Jonathan Holstein to contemporary art quilter Nancy Crow. Lavishly illustrated with one hundred glorious color photographs of their quilts, plus historical photographs, ads, and pattern booklets, The Quilters Hall of Fame is essential for every quilter's bookshelf.
Merikay Waldvogel, a nationally known quilt authority, is an author, curator, and lecturer who has served on the board of directors of the American Quilt Study Group and the Alliance for American Quilts. Rosalind Webster Perry is the granddaughter of Marie Webster and is an author and quilt lover in her own right. Dr. Marian Ann Montgomery is an independent museum professional with a special interest in textiles.