We fell in love with this precious place. I so admire the dedication these ladies possess to preserve and promote the quilt and textile arts. We had a wonderful visit as we meandered through the rooms and talked with the ladies who were there working...更多
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....更多
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...更多
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...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...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!