The quilt center is a "working museum" They have quilts from different events and competitions, historical quilts. Also depending on when you go there will be people doing different activities such as operating a loom or quilting. They have art projects and quilts for sale. Decent stop if that sort of thing interests you. There is a small admission fee.
Enjoyed all the quilts, very interesting displays. Was in the process of remodeling - should be really nice when finished.
There is a small entrance fee - I was happy to support this Center. There is a room of weavers and they were happy to explain the process and to let us see their end result. Another room had quilting. There was also a room with a special amazing exhibit. Wonderful pieces of quilt art - beautiful to view.
We saw this on Tripadvisor and decided to visit for the quilter in our group. Well worth the time. The woman at the counter was very helpful in explaining the process and pointed out interesting things to see. Don't miss the drawers or the 1859 hand made Jacquard coverlet. The ladies in the workroom were very friendly and showed us... 更多
I wasn't aware of this place until seeing a sign for it last weekend, so I stopped. The person at the front desk/gift shop eagerly greeted me and gave me a lot of information about the center. It's in an old schoolhouse that now is a combination quilt museum and textile craft center. One wing is full of different looms,... 更多
This is an amazing attraction for any seamstress or crafter. The artists are willing to answer questions. The library is the holy grail. Don't miss the displays in the drawers. A wonderful community location and tourist attraction!
We must have been here on an off day as it seemed that nothing was going on. My wife wanted to buy some needles but they didn't have the size she needed and the ones they had were overpriced. Will not stop here again.
A nice place if your into quilts and want to view how they make them and old ones. They do charge an entrance fee minmal but wrth while.
Wasn't as amazing as we expected but has lots of quilts on display. Serious quilters have probably seen much more impressive stores. Surprised there was an entrance fee.
After seeing the quilt squares on the various businesses in Tillamook, we inquired at another stop about this museum. It is sort of a combination gallery/store/workshop which is a delight to the heart of those who like to make handmade items. My 11 yo son came in with me and was interested by the displays of old buttons, notions, and... 更多