Visiting the Museum Shop is always FREE and does NOT require Museum Admission, so do stop by any time!

A member site of the Artisan Center of Virginia's Rockingham County Artisan Trail, the Museum Shop is proud to feature a variety of Virginia-made art, crafts and collectables. For the quilter in your life, the shop offers items such as needle keepers, quilting note cards, a variety of quilting patterns and books, and more. 

*Remember - VQM members receive 10% off shop purchases!*

 

Virginia Artists -

Interested in selling your artwork via consignment in the VQM shop?

Please complete our consignment application.


Patterns for Sale

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"Eagles of Peace" is a pattern based on a quilt in the VQM Collection titled "Hannah's Eagles" made in the 1870s by Hannah Kelley Guthrie of Preston Co., WV. Doreen Johnson and the "Friends of the VA Quilt Museum" from Northern Virginia created a quilt pattern based on the Hannah's Eagles Quilt. 

A reproduction of Hannah's Eagles (pictured left) is currently available as an Opportunity Quilt. Tickets are available until July 31st, 2018, and can be purchased here.

Purchase a hard copy of the pattern. Domestic and International Shoppers may complete their PayPal purchases by selecting the appropriate PayPal option below:

Eagles of Peace Quilt Pattern
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Eagles of Peace Quilt Pattern
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Up to 3 patterns can be mailed in each shipment
Up to three patterns can be mailed in each shipment

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The Bettie Neff Quilt - This quilt was purchased by donations from members and friends of VQM in 2016. Extensive research has been done concerning the quilt's history. Bettie was born in1833 and raised in Shenandoah County, VA. Though the quilt is dated 1843, the fabric indicates that it was made c. 1830-40. So, it is possible that the quilt was given to Bettie when she was a child. 

Doreen Johnson and the "Friends of the VA Quilt Museum" from Northern Virginia created a quilt pattern based on the Neff Quilt. 

TWO OPTIONS for ordering the pattern.

1) Purchase a hard copy of the pattern. Domestic and International Shoppers may complete their PayPal purchases by selecting the appropriate PayPal option below:

The Bettie Neff Quilt Pattern
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The Bettie Neff Quilt Pattern
DOMESTIC/USA ORDER:

Up to 3 patterns can be mailed in each shipment
Up to three patterns can be mailed in each shipment

2) Purchase an instant download of the pattern. This means no paying (or waiting) for shipping! Just download the pattern and print at home. Domestic and International Shoppers may complete their digital download purchases by clicking the "Add to Cart" button below:


The Shenandoah Valley Botanical Album Quilt of 1858

The 1858 Shenandoah Valley Botanical Album Quilt pattern is available for purchase! Purchase the pattern and join Doreen Johnson and Dawn Ronningen in their block-by-block monthly Sew Along blog. All skill levels and styles of applique are welcome and encouraged!

TWO OPTIONS for ordering the pattern.

1) Purchase a hard copy of the pattern. Domestic and International Shoppers may complete their PayPal purchases by selecting the appropriate PayPal option below:

Shenandoah Valley Botanical
Album Quilt Pattern
DOMESTIC/USA ORDER:

Up to 3 patterns can be mailed in each shipment

Shenandoah Valley Botanical
Album Quilt Pattern
INTERNATIONAL ORDER:

Up to three patterns can be mailed in each shipment

2) Purchase an instant download of the pattern. This means no paying (or waiting) for shipping! Just download the pattern and print at home. Domestic and International Shoppers may complete their digital download purchases by clicking the "Add to Cart" button below: 

Add to Cart

We are also proud to announce our partnership with Moda Fabric and world-renowned quilt artist Edyta Sitar in the new release of her pattern line "Summerfield". These dye-cut, pre-fused appliqué blocks were directly inspired by the VQM's Shenandoah Valley Botanical Album quilt! Check out Edyta's appliqué kit "Summerfield" here.

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