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WMQFA Quilt Showcase

Oct 16, 2012   //   by Wisconsin Quilt Museum   //   Press Page  //  No Comments

October 16 through 20, 2013 Treasures from our own collection on display in the Barn Gallery for one week only! Pictured here is a quilt made by Ellie DeLia, from the pattern "Lady Liberty Goes to Hawaii" by Karen K. Stone.

WMQFA Hires Its First Executive Director

Jun 17, 2012   //   by Wisconsin Quilt Museum   //   Press Page  //  No Comments

The Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts is thrilled to have hired its first Executive Director.  Melissa Wraalstad, a SE Wisconsin native, will take the museum to a new level of financial security and professionalism.   Melissa comes to the WMQFA from the Milwaukee County Historical Society where she...

Exhibit: “Taking Flight”

Jan 9, 2012   //   by Marketing   //   Press Page  //  No Comments

Dates: January 9 – April 7, 2013   Roberta Williams and students:  Appliquéd Bird Quilts Roberta Fleming and Luella Doss:  Soft Sculpture Birds Mary Burns:  Jacquard Weavings Sue Van Wassenhove:  Quilts from "The Seldom-Ever-Shady Glades"   We are delighted to offer an exhibit with...

Announcing Upcoming Documentation Day for Quilts and Rugs – March 3, 2012

Dec 16, 2011   //   by olmsr4b2   //   Blog, Press Page  //  No Comments

    Saturday, March 2, 2012     10 a.m. to 4 p.m. $5 fee per rug or quilt Due to the huge success of the last Documentation Day, we will be offering advance appointment scheduling!  Check back for further details! Calling all quilts and the people who love them! Help us save the stories in...

Barn Blast 11/18/11 – Celebrate the Artist Series

Nov 27, 2011   //   by olmsr4b2   //   Blog, Press Page  //  No Comments

[caption id="attachment_2019" align="aligncenter" width="377" caption="Heidi Trapp"][/caption] Watch live artists at work at the museum during regular business hours. Heidi Trapp, above, will be working on embellished quilts Nov. 30-Dec. 4. She'll be joined that week by handbag diva Deanna Peterson and fiber artists...