In the rural community of Gee's Bend, Alabama, women have been making quilts for generations. They use scraps of old overalls, aprons, bleached cornmeal sacks – anything they can find. Their traditions have been passed down for decades. A selection of these quilts was even featured at museums in Texas and New York. In this look at the close-knit community of Gee's Bend, Susan Goldman Rubin explores the history and culture of an amazing group of women and their unique quilting traditions.