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Are you passionate about quilting? The National Quilt Museum's "Friend of the Museum" program is an opportunity to show your support of the quilting community. Your tax-deductible donation makes our mission to support quilters and advance the art of quilting possible. This program funds our world-class exhibits annually viewed by over 40,000 people from all 50 states and over 40 foreign countries. Your contribution also supports our educational programs, which touch the lives of thousands of youth and adults every year. Show your support for quilting by becoming a "Friend of the Museum" and help us advance the art!!

As a 501c3 non-profit institution all donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.


Why You Should Become a Friend!

The support of people like you who are passionate about quilting allows the National Quilt Museum to provide programs like these (pictured below) that bring the work of today’s quilters to audiences around the world. Becoming a member is one of the best ways to financially support our mission.

As a friend, you receive free gallery admission and many other benefits too!

Membership makes these programs possible


Member Benefits

 

Current Exhibits

08julAll Day25octFrom Rust to Dust (or Mechanically Defined)

22julAll Day04octTotems: Personal Stories in Fiber

05augAll Day18octContemporary Curves

26augAll Day31decTribute to the Civil Rights Movement: Quilted Swing Coats

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Calendar of Events

September

08julAll Day25octNew Exhibition: From Rust to Dust (or Mechanically Defined ) by Esterita Austin

22julAll Day04octNew Exhibition: Totems: Personal Stories in Fiber by Bits Art Quilters

05augAll Day18octNew Exhibition: Contemporary Curves by Audrey Esarey

26augAll Day31decNew Exhibition: Tribute to the Civil Rights Movement: Quilted Swing Coats by Patricia A. Montgomery

October

08julAll Day25octNew Exhibition: From Rust to Dust (or Mechanically Defined ) by Esterita Austin

22julAll Day04octNew Exhibition: Totems: Personal Stories in Fiber by Bits Art Quilters

05augAll Day18octNew Exhibition: Contemporary Curves by Audrey Esarey

26augAll Day31decNew Exhibition: Tribute to the Civil Rights Movement: Quilted Swing Coats by Patricia A. Montgomery

01octAll DayBlock of the Month: New Pattern

07octAll Day17janNew Exhibition: Confessions of a Textile Conservator by Harold Mailand

07oct5:00 pm7:00 pmNew Exhibition Opening Reception with Harold Mailand

07oct5:00 pm7:00 pmOpening Reception Confessions of a Textile Conservator

oct2:30 pmoct4:00 pmLeslie Rinchen: Wongmo Tibetan Appliqué Presentation

21octAll Day02febNew Exhibition: Say Your Piece curated by Stacey Watson

25oct5:00 pm7:00 pmMeet the Artists’ Reception

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