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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Block of the Month – March 2021

This Block was created by Christina Cameli, inspired by the "New Quilts from an Old Favorite: Wheel of Fortune" exhibition. The contest challenges everyone from all over the world to create an innovative quilt based on a specific traditional pattern. The quilts are selected for excellence their innovation, design, and techniques. Each quilts showcases a…
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Block of the Month – February 2021

This block was created by Becky Glasby, inspired by the 2021 School Block Challenge. The School Block Challenge is a nationwide contest open to students in grades K-12, in which students create a 16" X 16" quilt block using a recognizable piece of the fabric given, and must have either some hand stitching or machine…
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New Exhibit: 2021 School Block Challenge

On Display January 15th - April 6th, 2021 The National Quilt Museum inspires the next generation of quilters through the School Block Challenge. The annual, nationwide, quilt block contest and exhibit is open to students in grade K-12. Moda Fabrics provides three challenge fabrics which must be included in each block. Entries must also contain…
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