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Quilters Hall of Fame Holiday Craft Boutique

You’ll love our special boutique of handcrafted items created by the Marie Webster Quilt Guild. Lots of great gift ideas for everyone. Free admission to the Museum and gift shop. Enjoy Marie Webster’s beautifully decorated home during this holiday season.

Beginning Quilter Class

Learn how to quilt with Joyce Hostetler. Participants required to bring their own sewing machines and basic sewing supplies (scissors, seam ripper) and have a basic knowledge of sewing. Rotary cutters, cutting mats, rulers and a kit of fabric will be provided. Three classes.  Registration required; call 765-664-9333.

Beginning Quilter Class

Learn how to quilt with Joyce Hostetler. Participants required to bring their own sewing machines and basic sewing supplies (scissors, seam ripper) and have a basic knowledge of sewing. Rotary cutters, cutting mats, rulers and a kit of fabric will be provided. Three classes.  Registration required; call 765-664-9333.

Quilters Hall of Fame Exhibit

“AQSG 200 Years of Solid Color: Cultural and Regional Distinctions 1800-2000”.  The American Quilt Study Group presents quilts all made with solid color fabrics.  Admission $4, $3 for seniors and students, $1 for children ages 6-12, and free for children under 6 years of age. Exhibit open Tuesday – Saturday.

Beginning Quilter Class

Learn how to quilt with Joyce Hostetler. Participants required to bring their own sewing machines and basic sewing supplies (scissors, seam ripper) and have a basic knowledge of sewing. Rotary cutters, cutting mats, rulers and a kit of fabric will be provided. Three classes.  Registration required; call 765-664-9333.

Quilters Hall of Fame Exhibit

Marti Michell Quilt Exhibit.  Enjoy quilts created by the Quilters Hall of Fame 2020 honoree, Marti Michell.  Admission $4, $3 for seniors and students, $1 for children ages 6-12, and free for children under 6 years of age. Exhibit open Tuesday – Saturday.

Quilters Hall of Fame Celebration

Auctions, house tours, workshops, exhibits, and lectures by some of the biggest names in quilting, as well as the induction of the new honoree Marti Michell. A popular teacher, Marti has taught in 49 states and 26 countries. Nearly 1.75 million books authored by Marti have been sold. You undoubtedly have fabric patterns or tools…