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.

Learn more by going to quiltmuseum.org/getinvolved

 

Quilt Museum TV: March 2019

Episode features Betty Ford-Smith talking about her quilts, interviews with participants in the School Block Challenge, and a segment in the exhibit HERstory.
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Block of the Month club Round 2 starting soon

Have you heard about The National Quilt Museum’s Block of the Month Club? This free and interactive club is designed by quilters for quilters and helps bring the love of quilting to new audiences across the world. Through the Block of the Month Club, The National Quilt Museum aims to challenge quilters to experiment with…
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“We Can Do It!”

“Rosie” is the name given to women whose work helped to win World War II. We are sure you are familiar with the iconic “We Can Do It!” poster! In 1943, J. Howard Miller produced this with the intention to inspire women to work outside the home. Today is National "Rosie The Riveter" Day. There…
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“Mount St. Helens, Did you Tremble?” inspired by poetry

Today is World Poetry Day. One of the quilts in our collection has its own poem. "'Mount St. Helens, Did you Tremble?' is the fabric scene that is the form of my fancy. It is the image of the words that flew through my mind and became a poem, as I watched the spectacular sunset…
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