The Quilters 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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Quilt Museum TV: December 2018

  This episode of Quilt Museum TV features the opening of the exhibit HERstory: A Celebration of Strong Women. Over 100 quilts featuring groundbreaking and innovative women are featured in this exciting exhibit. This segment includes coverage of the quilts in the exhibit as well as the celebration event that invited the community to view the…
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Quilt Museum TV: November 2018

  Marilyn Belford enthusiastically shares stories from the myths that inspired her work in the Corner Gallery's current exhibit, Mythical Quilts. This exhibit features works such as "The Wrath of Poseidon," "Medea Escaping," and "Persephone Rising." She discusses her process and her collaboration with quilter Jamie Wallen. Viewers will also get a glimpse into the 13th Quilt…
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Support The Museum By Donating Quilts And Quilting Materials!

  Show your support for quilting by donating items to benefit The National Quilt Museum!   Several years ago, The National Quilt Museum began the successful "Quilts for Quilting" campaign. This fundraiser for the museum is an opportunity for all quilters to pay it forward by donating quilting supplies, quilts, and other items. These donations are…
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Quilt Museum TV: September 2018

  This episode of Quilt Museum TV features Edie McGinnis, curator of the Kansas City Star Quilts exhibit. She discusses the quilt she made using one of the newspaper's original patterns with feed sack fabric, working as a writer for The Star, and bringing this collection of quilts together. Education Director Becky Glasby also discusses how…
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