Iowa QuiltScape for January 15, 2021

Virtual Iowa Quiltscape Series Join us each Tuesday at Twelve for a live program from the Iowa Quilt Museum. Some weeks will focus on our current exhibit, String Theory, while other weeks will focus on various aspects of the quilting landscape (or Quiltscape) in Iowa. Our January 19th session will feature two of our … Read More

Iowa QuiltScape for January 10, 2021

New Exhibit Installation String Theory: String-pieced Quilts from Past to Present Curated by Linzee Kull McCray String-piecing, typically identified by thin lengths—or strings—of fabric sewn onto a foundation, is used to create quilts that range from the seemingly haphazard to the carefully constructed. The technique serves as a way to stabilize pieces that would … Read More

Iowa QuiltScape for November 13, 2020

Virtual Gallery Walk Beautiful Simplicity: Two Color Quilts Exhibit curator, Sarah Walcott, Collections Manager at the International Quilt Museum, will join us next Wednesday for a virtual walk through the gallery of Beautiful Simplicity: Two Color Quilts Join us via Zoom at 11:00 CST on Wednesday, November 18th: ID: 983 1422 5729 If … Read More

Iowa QuiltScape for October 8, 2020

Beautiful Simplicity: Two Color Quilts Now on Exhibit at the Iowa Quilt Museum In these twenty-five quilts from the collection of the International Quilt Museum, makers and collectors alike have recognized the striking results of using only two colors when creating a quilt. Some makers strove for a dramatic contrast; others highlighted their patchwork … Read More

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