Episode 27 – the Virginia Quilt Museum

On vacation I had the thrill of getting to spend a little time at the Virginia Quilt Museum in Harrisonburg, Virginia.

Me at the museum!

Me at the Virginia Quilt Museum

Going inside - wee! Sorry, no pics allowed indoors.

It was *fabulous*!  I saw some amazing examples of historic quilts.

You can check out the book I bought from the museum here at Amazon.

Other places we visited – Luray CavernsSandy Point State ParkMassanutten Resort.

Thank  you for listening!

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3 Responses to Episode 27 – the Virginia Quilt Museum

  1. Noelle says:

    That reminds me. I have a picture of a cool quilt I liked that was at the county fair. I have to send it to you. And I still owe you that picture of the quilt you made H. :)

  2. Kelly,
    Really enjoyed the review on the Virginia Quilt Museum. I’ve never been there. But after your review, if I am in the area I will not miss it.

    Looking forward to your next post,

    Victoria Gibbons
    FeathersAndFeatherweights Blog
    Peacebrook Quilting

  3. Sarah says:

    Hi Kelly,

    Thanks for the shout-out on your most recent podcast! :-)

    I enjoyed hearing about your trip to the quilt museum – sounds like a wonderful place. I will have to try to make it there.. some day.

    Looking forward to your next podcast!


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