Partner Organizations
Partner Organizations

 Scrappy Quilt Class 

Taught by Phyllis Reeves

September 26 10AM-4PM

Scrappy Quilt Class Registration
CLASSFLYER Final.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [206.9 KB]

Quilt Study Seminar

"Civil War Quilts: What the Women Left Behind"

 

There are two ticket options for this event

 

A two-day package ticket which includes all speakers and programs on July 24-25th, including the Lynne Z. Bassett lecture, reception and book signing – $75.00 for VQM members and $85.00 for Non-members

 

Ticket for July 25 Lecture only, which includes the Lynne Z. Bassett lecture, reception and book signing – $25.00 for VQM members and $30 for Non-members

Find out more information by clicking HERE

 

HERstory In Civil War Quilts

 A Virginia Quilt Museum "first"! A two-day quilt study seminar will be held July 24-25 to explore CIVIL WAR QUILTS: WHAT THE WOMEN LEFT BEHIND. Curator Gloria Comstock promises an educational and fun agenda covering quilts made during the third quarter of the 19th century in the Shenandoah Valley. Featured will be nationally-known speaker Lynne Bassett of Massachusetts, multiple museum tours, quilt turnings, and a very special celebration event. A great way to end the commemoration of Civil War activities you won’t want to miss. Watch the website for upcoming hotel information, agenda, and reservation details.

 

Tickets:

$25 for members
$30 for non-members

Silent Auction

This year's silent auction, Little Quilts, Big Talents, invites quilters from across the nation to make a small quilt, fiber art, or fabric related item to be auctioned off to benefit the Museum. All proceeds from this event support the Virginia Quilt Museum, a 501(c)3 nonprofit.  We hope you will bid on or donate an item to help us continue our mission of celebrating Virginia's quilting heritage.  Please help us spread the word about the auction by telling all your friends and family.  You can even share us on Facebook and tweet us on Twitter. Thank you for your support!

 

Click here for more information.

Quilt Raffle

Tickets go on sale for our beautiful Civil War sampler quilt "Civil War Tribute" on February 3, 2015.  This year we thank the Cabin Branch Quilters for their donation of time, talent, and fabrics to create such stunning quilt.  "Civil War Tribute" was originally made in 2010 and raffled off to benefit the ARC of Prince William.  This beautiful sampler is king size (98" x 100") and is machine pieced and long arm quilted. 

 

Click here for more information.

Group Tours

Special guided group tours can be arranged for adults and children. Prescheduled groups of 10 or more qualify for a discounted admission rate. To schedule your group’s visit, please complete a Group Tour Request Form and submit it to the Museum at least three (3) weeks before you would like to visit. Once your tour date has been approved and scheduled, you will receive a confirmation letter. Please email director@vaquiltmuseum.org for more information.

Adult Group Request Form
Group Tour Policy - Adults.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [395.7 KB]
School Group Request Form
School Tour Policy.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [407.3 KB]

2015 Raffle Quilt

Civil War Tribute,” made by the Cabin Branch Quilters

Pattern by Homestead Hearth

Click here for more information and to buy your tickets.

Virginia Quilt Museum
301 South Main Street
Harrisonburg, VA 22801
 

Phone: 540-433-3818

Directions

Museum Hours

Tuesday - Saturday

10:00 - 4:00

July 4 Hours: 

10 a.m. - 1 p.m. 

 

May 5-July 4                Exhibits Open: 

-A Virginia Tribute to Jane Stickle

-Celebrate the Day

-Civil War Era Quilts

 

July 5-July 14 

Museum Closed: 

Exhibit Change

July 15-Oct. 4     

Exhibit Opens: New Quilts From an Old Favorite: Carolina Lily

Botanicals of the Valley 

20 Quilts for 20 Years       

 

July 24-25                 

Seminar CIVIL WAR QUILTS: WHAT THE WOMEN LEFT BEHIND

Seperate Tickets available for Keynote Speaker:  Lynne Z. Bassett on the 25th only

Homecoming of Botanical Album quilt

Click here for more information about the Seminar

 

Print Print | Sitemap
© Virginia Quilt Museum