Honoring Today's Quiltmaker Through Exceptional Exhibits and EducationThe National Quilt Museum is a wonderful environment to immerse yourself in quilts and quiltmaking! Janome sewing machines are available on loan courtesy of one of our workshop sponsors, Janome, and the museum will do its best to help you with any other special needs. Earn college credit through the West Kentucky Community & Technical College by attending The National Quilt Museum's workshops! This credit can be combined with the credit earned at the American Quilter's Society quilt shows to earn a certificate. Students may also earn credit through long distance internet courses. To receive more information, mark the box on the registration form. Registration for college credit is processed through WKCTC.Scholarships are available through the Shannon-Ross Scholarship Fund and the Patricia Morris Educational Endowment Fund. To learn how to apply contact (270) 442-8856 or Click here for more information.Internationally Known Instructors Each year a variety of leading quilt artists teach at the museum, working with quilting students from around the world. A variety of techniques are taught from beginner to advanced. Students often make close friends...as well as have fun.Exceptional Classrooms Our studio classrooms are designed to provide in-depth workshops that allow exceptional artist-student interaction. Clean, well-lit, they are designed for superior teacher student interaction.
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Calendar of Events
Neighborhoods Coming Together: Quilts Around OaklandFeb 17th - Apr 11th
In honor of Black History Month, the African-American Quilt Guild of Oakland, CA shares a collection of quilts exploring how their communities are linked.
School Block Challenge 2017Jan 13th – Mar 28th
The annual K-12 student contest for youth across the country to create an original quilt block incorporating three specific fabrics.