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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New Exhibit: Juxtapassion by John Lefelhocz

A spark is all it takes to unleash energy and passion. Art can be that spark. In my art, I like to place carefully chosen ideas and concepts side by side to set the viewer's mind and emotions ablaze. As an artist, I'm NOT interested in mapping out all the circuits for the purpose of ending up with…
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New Exhibit – Roots and Refuge by Valerie C. White

November 5th - March 1st, 2022 Artist Statement My art tells stories that I feel are important, connecting spirituality, tradition, and nature. Growing up in a family that loved and respected the earth was an enormous influence. My parents cultivated a fall and summer garden, and enjoyed the process of working in "good soil". They…
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New Block of the Month – November 2021

To view the Block of the Month Pattern, please click here. Featured Artist: Laura Wasilowski is a textile artist, creator of hand-dyed fabrics and threads, and owner of the dye shop, Artfabrik. She combines vivid fabrics and whimsical stories to make pictorial art quilts using fused fabrics, hand embroidery, and/or machine quilting. Wasilowski’s free-form hand…
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New Exhibit – Painted Quilts by Denise Mucci Furnish

October 15th - December 7th, 2021 Artist Statement This work began 1980 as a commentary on the quilt as a sign of the lack of visibility of womenduring my art education. My decision to use worn and discarded quilts recognizes the utilitarianand creative decisions of their makers. Like an insect in amber, the quilt is…
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