Cool Hunting has a book review up about Hawaiian Quilt Masterpieces by Robert Shaw. From the review:
Hawaii’s geographic isolation is a blessing and curse. Though often lacking the attention of their continental neighbors, the separation helps fosters a distillation and refinement of native style. In the late 19th century, western traders brought quilting techniques to the archipelago. And for the next hundred years, natives injected the art with their own regional distinctiveness, namely botanical imagery and vibrant, symmetrical patterns Print styles passed through generations like sacred heirlooms and often depict moments from personal or Hawaiian history.
It’s not quite out yet, but you can pre-order on Amazon.