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National Quilt Museum and Quilts of Valor Announce Partnership

The Quilts of Valor Foundation and The National Quilt Museum Partner to Help Both Organizations Expand Programming and Better Serve The Quilting Community The two service organizations play critical roles in expanding the reach of quilting Paducah, KY, August 21, 2019 - The Quilts of Valor Foundation and The National Quilt Museum are two of the…
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New National Quilt Museum TV Episode

We have just released our latest episode of National Quilt Museum TV. In this episode National Quilt Museum TV, we interview some of the children from Quilt Camp, as well the teachers that helped the kids with their quilts. Each child gets to come to camp and tour the gallery, as well as make their…
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Apollo 11 50th Anniversary

On July 16, 1969 the Apollo 11 mission launched, and on July 20th they landed on the surface of the moon. This detail of the Apollo 11 badge on "The Space Quilt" by Pat Holly & Sue Nickels memorializes Neil Armstrong's famous words on the 50th anniversary of the MoonLanding. Did you know that the…
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Texas 4000 stop by for a visit

This last week we had a group of visitors come to the museum that are working on a very special project. The "Texas 4000" is a group of young adults that bike for 4000 miles to raise awareness and money for cancer. Each of these riders hope to help make a difference in these communities…
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