With National Quilt Museum Digital,
for the first time ever, you can experience
The National Quilt Museum’s award-winning exhibit experiences from the comfort of your own home. Subscribers will also receive exclusive subscriber-only content including special artist interviews, digital-only exhibits, special programming, and more.
All for only $8 per month.
Exclusive subscriber-only content, including special digital-only exhibits and behind-the-scenes videos.
Access to The National Quilt Museum Video Vault containing past exhibits, interviews, and much more.
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New to Quilt Museum Digital:
NQOF: Wheel of Fortune
The New Quilts from an Old Favorite contest and exhibition was created by The National Quilt Museum to pay tribute to our quiltmaking heritage, while celebrating the innovation, creativty, and excellence of today’s quilter. This contest and exhibition challenges quilt artists to interpet a single traditional quilt block in a work of their original design.
Park Bench Stories
Leni Levenson Wiener
Park Bench Stories consists of 39 pieces that represent people who have come to sit on a park bench at some point during a day, a week, or longer. The bench is implied until the very last piece in the exhibition, which shows the empty bench. Until that point, viewers are invited to imagine for themselves the bench and its location. The interactive connection makes this a good exhibition for school groups, writers’ groups as it inspires viewers to create their own stories based on the pieces. Those interested in fiber art, art quilts or the psychology of body language also find this an intriguing exhibition.
Pictured: The Woman in the Shawl
Inspired by Endangered Species
Lively, colorful, and skillfully made fabric “portraits” of 182 endangered species bring them to real, vibrant life. Each portrait features fascinating animal and plant facts from rescuers, scientists, conservationists, and more: where they live, what their superpowers are, why they are at risk, and how we can help. Dedicated and passionate people who work to protect endangered species share details of their roles and specialties, the planning behind conservation measures, threats to healthy habitats, and inspiring success stories.
Pictured: Elegant Sunbird by Nancy Evans
Amy Pabst: 60K Log Cabins
The Log Cabin block is the oldest and most recognizable and versatile American quilt patterns. This series focuses on miniature scale and explores the unlimited layout and design options of the Log Cabin. There are over 60,000 individual fabric pieces used for the quilts in this exhibit.
Pictured: The Witching Hour