The Quilter’s Spot

The National Quilt Museum promotes the sustainability and expansion of quilting through in-facility and traveling exhibitions, youth and adult education programs, and quilt preservation efforts.

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Pat Kroth

This brand new video highlights Pat Kroth, our current corner gallery artist. Her unique style and use of found objects creates dimension both in the artwork and the stories behind them. Pat Kroth tells the stories behind her quilts, as well as some of her other pieces she has completed.  Her Exhibit will be here…
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Artist Highlight – Lenore Crawford

In this video we talk to Lenore Crawford, Artist of the Beautiful Quilt "Port of Cassis". She talks about her process, inspiration, and gives advice to new quilters interested in this beautiful artform.
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Block of the Month: October 2019

Happy October! This month our inspiration is taken from the CONTEMPORÂNEO – CONTEMPORARY exhibit which runs October 18, 2019 – January 28, 2020. Featuring quilts by Brazilian artists and members of the Contemporary QuiltArt Association (CQA), the exhibit gives viewers a chance to see these unique quilts side by side. Our guest designer is Silvia…
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Victoria Findlay Wolfe

In Victoria Findlay Wolfe's exhibit "Playing with Purpose: A Quilt Retrospective" which is open through October 8, 2019 visitors experience the evolution of her artistic style. This retrospective includes her first quilt, her most recent quilt, and every stitch in between. In the video linked below, Victoria shares details about how they were made and…
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