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National Quilt Museum
School Block Challenge is an annual nationwide quilt block contest and exhibit for students in grades K-12th.
Visit the National Quilt Museum in Paducah, Kentucy before November 15, 2016 to see this amazing exhibit. The National Quilters Museum extended an invitation to the Manhattan Quilters Guild to present their work without regard for theme, size, or year of completion in order to examine their “sense of place.” To live or work in New...
The National Quilt Museum is currently hosting the Art Quilts of the Midwest Exhibit until October 11th, 2016. The exhibit features quilts from the book, Art Quilts of the Midwest by Linzee Kull McCray, which examines the work of twenty quilt artists whose work reflects life in the Midwest.    Visit and experience the stories these...
Inspired by tiny charms and the alphabet, Janet Stone won the Moda Best Wall Quilt Award at AQS QuiltWeek® – Paducah, KY 2013 with a wall quilt in a style that’s a modern take on a ‘sampler.’ The quilt, CHARM SCHOOL, now resides at The National Quilt Museum. Working with silk thread on a Janome...
On September 13, 2013 The National Quilt Museum released the new edition of their collection book. The Collection of The National Quilt Museum is updated every 3-5 years. The new book includes quilts that have been added to the collection since the last publication and additional information on many quilts that were in previous editions....
Take a peek inside the creative process of 20 talented quilters and see how their original designs evolved! The National Quilt Museum’s annual New Quilts from an Old Favorite contest continues to bring out the best in creativity from today’s talented quiltmakers. Quilts are selected for their excellence in design and technique, innovation, and contribution...
Ann W.  Hazelwood, the author of the new AQS fiction book The Basement Quilt, began her quilting career in 1970 by producing a line of patchwork items called “Patches, etc.” In 1979, her home-based business became brick and mortar on Main Street in Historic St. Charles, Missouri. By 1984, Ann had opened the Patches Craft...
18 Spectacular Quilts, 19 Quiltmaker Winners and Finalists, and Their Stories!   The National Quilt Museum’s annual New Quilts from an Old Favorite contest once again has brought out the best in creativity from today’s talented quiltmakers. Quilts are selected for their excellence in design and techniques, their innovations, and their contributions to an exhibit...
Martha DeLeonardis is the author of the newest AQS book,  T-Shirt Quilts Made Easy. Martha is an internationally known, award -winning quilt artist who grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio. She graduated from Ohio University in 1981 with a BS in chemical engineering. Martha worked in industry for six years before retiring to stay at home...
The National Quilt Museum in Paducah, Kentucky celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2011. This video from the American Quilters Society shows how the museum got its start 20 years ago. The museum was originally named the Museum of the American Quilters Society. In 2008, Congress designated the museum as The National Quilt Museum of the...