Visitors are impressed by artistry in miniature quilts

Visitors are impressed by artistry in miniature quilts

Miniature quilts continue to grown in popularity and sophistication. As a general rule, a miniature quilt is no larger than 24"x24". These quilts include the same techniques as larger quilts, but often with intricately tiny pieces and made with a lot of patience and attention to detail.

The first reaction people have when they see these tiny wonders is "Oh, Wow!" said National Quilt Museum founder Bill Schroeder, "No better words could describe this remarkable collection of miniature quilts. The more carefully you look at them, the more you will agree."

Below are a few of the miniature quilts from the collection of the National Quilt Museum. Every time visitors come to the gallery, they will find a selection of miniature quilts are on exhibit.

Indigo Lights II by artist Jane Hall is only 12.5" by 12.5".

More Carrots Please by Jean Biddic is 16" x 16".

Butterfly Fandango by Scott Murkin is 19.5" x 19.5".


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