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December 12, 2019

"QUILTS," a new episode of PBS's "Craft in America", will prominently feature the International Quilt Museum at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln when it premieres nationwide and locally, at 8 p.m. CT, Friday, Dec. 27 on NET, Nebraska’s PBS & NPR Stations.

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December 2, 2019

A new exhibition opening at the International Quilt Museum will feature artwork from 10 artists invited to respond to quiltmaking themes in their preferred art medium. “Studio Champloo” opens Dec. 6 and will be on display through June 12.

“Artists were asked to respond, in the context of...

September 30, 2019

Japanese quilt artist Emiko Toda Loeb will be at the International Quilt Museum on Oct. 4 to offer insight into her unique and inventive quiltmaking style. 

“Her demonstration and lecture will give visitors the opportunity to better understand her double-sided Log Cabin technique...

September 4, 2019

The International Quilt Museum’s newest exhibition shows off the oldest quilts in its collection. 

“Old World Quilts,” which opens Sept. 6...

July 1, 2019

For more than a decade, the International Quilt Study Center & Museum has delighted visitors from around the world with its global collection and exhibitions. Now, it has a new name: the International Quilt Museum.

“With our collection and exhibitions reaching a larger and broader...

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"Intertwined Threads and Costume" by Lynne Bassett (2013)
"A Whole New Light: The Significance of 20th Century Kits" by Xenia Cord (2013)
"Domesticating Quilts: Furnishings, Formalism and Folk Art” by Linda Eaton (2013)
"A Look at Old Photographs" by Joan Severa (2013)
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"Mischief Stitched in White Thread" by Kathryn Berenson (2011)
"Early American White Bedcovers" by Laurel Horton (2011)
"The Engineer Who Could" by Jonathan Gregory (2011)
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"Elegant Geometry: American & British Mosaic Patchwork" by Bridget Long (2011)
"Reflecting in Quilt Making Over Two Decades" by Lynn Setterington (2010)
"Ralli Quilts" by Patricia Stoddard (2010)
"Childhood Treasures: Quilts Made By and For Children" by Merikay Waldvogel (2010)
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"Chintz: Indian Textiles for the West" by Rosemary Crill (2009)
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"Contemporary Quiltmaking" by Nancy Crow (2008)
"Modern, Yet Anti-Modern" by Marin Hanson (2008)
"Quilts in Common" by Jonathan Holstein (2008)
"Visual Systems: The Quilter's Eye" by David Hornung (2008)
"Teaching from the IQSC" by Michael James (2008)
"Disseminating Traditional Design in a Modern World" by Janneken Smucker (2008)
"Incubating the Innovative Quilt" by Michael James (2007)
"The Ingenious and the Spiritual: How and Why We Make Things" by Stuart Kestenbaum (2007)
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"Reflections of a Traveling Quiltmaker/Teacher" by Paulette Peters (2007)
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"Nebraska Quiltmakers" by Patricia Crews (2006)
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