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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Quilts of Valor – Honoring Our Heroes

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jyquVhwp8KE This is a mini-documentary filmed at the National Quilt Museum. This documentary features over 20 military heroes receiving Quilts of Valor at a ceremony on January 17th, 2020. The speaker is Veteran and Museum Docent, Robert Worden. Filmed and edited by Steven Phalen.
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“What’s in a Name?” Exhibit Featured in Google Arts and Culture

One of our current exhibits, "What's In a Name?" has been recreated as a Google Arts & Culture exhibit, so now you can explore the pieces and their theme from anywhere! The quilts included are from the museum's collection, and the exhibit was curated both in the museum and online by current Intern Nancy Collins…
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Come see Rita’s Quilt this Saturday!

We have an exciting event coming up this Saturday, the Rita's Quilt Event! What started as a small unfinished project found at a garage sale has now turned into a national phenomenon. When Shannon Blank found an elderly woman's unfinished project at a garage sale, she decided to take it on and finish it. She…
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#Hearts for Art

From February 12-15th, the national quilt museum has been participating in the #HeartsforArt movement.
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