Congratulations to the winners of our “Total Eclipse of the Quilt” Challenge! These quilts, along with 12 additional quilts, will be on display at The Quilters Hall of Fame through May 4, 2024. There will be special hours April 6-8 : Saturday 10am – 4pm, Sunday 10am – 4pm, and Monday 10am – 5pm.

Left to right: First Place: “Glow” by Tina McCann, Depot Bay, Oregon. Second Place: “Totally” by Mel Dugosh, Hondo, Texas. Third Place: “Behind the Scenes” by Lesley Chandler, Cedar Park, Texas.

Left to right: Honorable Mention: “Get Your Glasses Ready!” by Lisa Cart, Marion, Indiana. Honorable Mention: “Enthralling Eclipse” by Margaret Filiatrault, Georgetown, South Carolina.

Currently on Display:

American Quilt Study Group

Framed Center/Medallion Quilts: History of a Style

Quilts by, left to right, Blair W. Mahan, Patricia Rennau, Leah A. Zieber, and Kathleen Decker

We are proud to share American Quilt Study Group’s traveling exhibit of medallion study quilts. A medallion-style quilt depends on a central focus with one or more patterns or borders to surround the focal point. The initial and sequential designs may be specialty fabrics or created with quilting, applique, blocks, embroidery, stenciling, or other techniques. These quilts will be on display at The Quilters Hall of Fame February 20 through May 4, 2024.

The Quilters Hall of Fame is excited to announce our honoree in 2024 will be

Katie Pasquini Masopust!

We are very excited with the progress that is being made on The PCC & St. Louis Train Depot! Custom made front doors have been installed and 12 additional new windows have been installed! We also have raised the money for a new HVAC system to be installed! Thank you for your support in this project.

Click here to view a Virtual tour of The Quilters Hall of Fame