Fantastic artwork for quilters and non-quilters alike. From traditional patterns to ingenious modern works. You won't be disappointed.
About The National Quilt Museum
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If you like quilts you will like a walk through this museum. These quilts are works of art. You cannot touch them or photograph them but there are some samples to touch and look at.
My wife is a quilter so this place was on her bucket list. As she enjoyed all the quilts I wandered aimlessly. That went on for a while until I came across a full size quilt of an old airplane. It was awesome. I started...More
When people think of quilts, many different ideas come to mind ~ warmth, bedding, decoration, artistic expression, celebrating an event, even armor. You get a chance to see almost all of that at the National Quilt Museum. From the traditional old favorite quilts to contemporary...More
Beautiful work showing a multitude of design styles and assembly. It will not take long to view the entire collection however your perspective will be changed as a result of your time here. Be sure to ask to see the wood quilt as it is...More
Wonderful quilt art museum.Got to see and study four terrific quilt exhibits of Libby Lehman, Light, miniature and museum collections.We travel 5.5 hours to see this museum as a birthday present and it was totally worth it if you love quilting.There are was also a...More
Went with my wife who is a quilter. I was pleasantly surprised by the art work (Quilts) on display. The work involved as well as the stories behind them were fascinating.
Wasn't planning to go here, just happened onto it, and what a treat! I am not a quilter, but you don't have to be to admire the workmanship in these great quilts. We enjoyed this museum and was impressed with the employees and cleanliness of...More