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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Kris Vierra workshop

Quilter Kris Vierra shows her support for the museum. She is at the museum this week teaching her "Easy Machine Methods" workshop. Students learned new techniques for English Paper Piecing and applique using sewing machines. Kris currently has two quilts in the museum's collection: "Tiger, Tiger" and "Star of India." Workshop Students
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Quilt Museum TV: July 2018

In this episode, Curator Rachael Baar introduces the Van Gogh Cherrywood Challenge exhibit, Susanne Jones and two artists from Fly Me to the Moon discuss their quilts and the impact of the exhibit, and see coverage of a recent adult workshop with guest instructor Melinda Bula. [embed][/embed]
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Governor’s Scholars summer tours

Several groups of Governor's Scholars Program students visited the museum. These high school students come from all across the state of Kentucky, and attended the five week summer program at Murray State University. Students select "majors" such as music, history, art, astronomy, film studies, anthropology, and communication. Pictured below are students from the creative writing…
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