One quilt expert weighed his opinions about the installation.
With this flurry of sewing and stuffing, perhaps the 2012 candidates will now know to pursue the quilt vote.
When my mother threatened to give away my baby clothes, I cut them up and made my sister a quilt for her birthday.
The girl reached the plate to him, but the king's son threw off the quilt, and said: 'You old sinner, why did you want to kill me?
He pulled a quilt from under Slim and wrapped it about his own shoulders.
Coir matting was next the floor boards, then a thick Chinese quilt (a pukai), then a Scotch plaid made in Geelong.
The quilt has a tradition of long centuries of slow but certain progress.
Lucy gurgled with laughter, which she stifled under the quilt for fear of waking her great-grandmother.
In Germany the quilt so familiar to us is practically unknown.
This is a comforter, a quilt, for the Spiders babies, softer than any swans down and warm as toast.
c.1300, "mattress with soft lining," from Anglo-French quilte, Old French cuilte, coute "quilt, mattress" (12c.), from Latin culcita "mattress, bolster," of unknown origin. Sense of "thick outer bed covering" is first recorded 1590s.