Sue Reich became interested in the study of quilt history with the Connecticut Quilt Search Project in 1991. A quiltmaker since childhood, she lectures widely on many aspects of quilt history and is a AQS Certified Quilt Appraiser. She co-authored Quilts and Quiltmakers Covering Connecticut, and authored Quilting News of Yesteryear: 1,000 Pieces and Counting; Quilting News of Yesteryear: Crazy as a Bed-Quilt; World War II Quilts; Quiltings, Frolicks, and Bees: 100 Years of Signature Quilts; and World War I Quilts.

Sue has been guest curator at the New England Quilt Museum, The National Quilt Museum, the Huntsville Art Museum, and the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum. She has lectured at the Quilter’s Hall of Fame; The Museum of Science and Energy in Oak Ridge, Tennessee; the Women’s Creativity Conference at Quinnipiac University; the International Quilt Study Centre; the New England Quilt Museum; the American Quilt Study Group; and quilt guilds across the U.S. Learn more at www.coveringquilthistory.com.