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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Quilt of celebrities signatures on display

We chatted with Bill Ford a local community leader, to talk about "The Signature Quilt", a quilt on display here at the Museum. This quilt has dozens of autographs of Singers, Comedians, Artists, Astronauts, and other performers that were collected together to create this piece of art. This quilt was created by the artist Ami…
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New Exhibit: Playing with Purpose

We have an incredible new exhibit from Victoria Findlay Wolfe. Her exhibit takes visitors through time, showcasing her quilting journey from the very beginning until recently in her career. Her quilts all have amazing character and story, growing and changing as Victoria herself does. It shows her growth as an artist and her story from…
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Corner Gallery features Tula Pink

This exhibit showcases the colorful work of Tula Pink. Her use of patterns showcases the vibrancy of each quilt. With some many hidden gems in her fabrics, each of the traditional quilt patterns are refreshed and feel brand new again. Her fabrics and use of unique fussy cutting showcases how thoughtful she is with her…
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New Quilts from an Old Favorite 2019 gallery guide

New Quilts from an Old Favorite gallery guides are 48 pages and feature a large photo and description of each entry juried in to this year's contest. They are exclusively sold in the museum's gift shop for $10. Several of the artists will be at the museum to sign these booklets on Friday, April 26th…
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