Classes & Workshops

The Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts offers lectures and classes for all adults, beginner to advanced, on topics including quilting, knitting, needle felting, beading, embellishment, fabric painting and dying, wearable art, rug hooking, basket weaving, paper making, mixed media art, hand appliqué, and machine appliqué.

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  • Next Year’s Rummage Sale June 12-13, 2015Rummage 285x201

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  • Documentation Day: November 15DocDay 300x275

    Saturday, November 15, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
    Calling all quilts (and hooked rugs) and the people who love them!  Help us save the stories in the stitches by bringing your precious family heirlooms (or modern creations) to Documentation Day at the WMQFA’s farmstead.  For just $5, we will record the history of the quilt, create a detailed description, take a digital image, and save this information in our…
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  • Knitted Witch ProjectWitch 288x240

    June 1 — Sept. 1
    The Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts invites all knitters – beginners through experienced – to participate in creating a friendly witch to grace our lobby this Fall (in time for our “Sheared Delights” exhibit, all about wool).  Crocheters and felters can contribute, too!
    Beginners of all ages can come to the museum during our special “Witching Hours” to le…
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  • Chris Lynn Kirsch WorkshopsKirsch headshot 288x288

    Saturday, August 23 — Two workshops!
    Join this popular Wisconsin quilting teacher for a day of techniques and fun!  Chris’s  award-winning quilts have been displayed throughout the world, including AQS Shows, IQA Festival in Houston, Quilt Expo Europa, and the World Quilt & Textile Show in Christchurch, New Zealand.  Having had no formal art training, Chris understands th…
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  • Beginning Rug HookingKrueger Sample 288x288

    Friday, September 26, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (with 1-hour lunch break)
    $90 class fee — register online below or at the museum
    Joyce Krueger will teach you to create a 8″-square piece that you can use as a mat or make into a pillow.  You will use templates to create your own pattern, learn how to hook and to finish your piece.
    Students should bring along a small pair of embroidery scissors.  All other…
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