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In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, the following shows may be cancelled or re-scheduled. Please contact the show organizers for more information.

25 Mar 2021
18 Sep 2021

Spring/Summer exhibits at the Texas Quilt Museum


The Spring/Summer exhibits at the Texas Quilt Museum are all about colors: in solids, in nature, and in glorious blue and white! They will run March 25-September 18. Check them out!

In Gallery II, AQSG 2018 Quilt Study: Inspired by 200 Years of Solid-Color Quilts 1800-2000 was organized by the non-profit American Quilt Study Group (AQSG), based in Lincoln, Nebraska.

In Gallery III, we’ll showcase 17 stunning art quilts in Natural Wonders from The Frank Klein Collection. This exhibit is accompanied by 12 bronze sculptures and one in stainless steel by renowned wildlife sculptor Kent Ullberg, also from The Frank Klein Collection.

Finally, in Gallery I, we’ll have 19 quilts in Sapphire Celebration.

Quilters have long used shades of blue to symbolize trust, loyalty, wisdom, confidence, intelligence, faith, truth, and heaven. The serene, peaceful effects of blue derive from calm bodies of water as well as clear blue skies.

11 Sep 2021
23 Oct 2021

From the Collection of Roderick Kiracofe: American Quilts Below the Radar, 1950-2000

San Francisco (California)

In the back gallery, renowned quilt connoisseur and collector Roderick Kiracofe will be sharing his storied collection of quilts. Shrouding our 12 x 12 foot gallery in quilt tops, along with finished quilts cascading from various containers, the environment promises an immersion in the stories and tradition of quilt making.

315 Potrero Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94103
telephone 1.510.788.5860
Wednesday – Saturday,  11 – 5:30 pm 

16 Sep 2021
19 Sep 2021

2021 European Patchwork Meeting

Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines (FRANCE)

The event takes place in several villages in Val d’Argent: Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines, Sainte-Croix-aux-Mines, Lièpvre, Rombach-le-Franc. During 4 days, historical buildings, village halls or places of worship are the theater of a unique event dedicated to textile and patchwork.

Quiltmania will be delighted to welcome you to its stand.

Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 9: 30am > 6: 00pm

23 Sep 2021
19 Dec 2021

The Autumn/Winter exhibits at the Texas Quilt Museum


Storylines: Jane Burch Cochran, Wendy Huhn,
and Joan Schulze

This exhibit will consist of 14 works by the trio of talented quilters under this specific theme. A storyline consists of the narrative threads connecting characters and events, often with surprise twists that can complicate the main narrative as it weaves the events that hold our attention until the end.

Miniature Art, Grand Designs, by Kumiko Frydl

The work of one of the world’s best-known quilters of smaller works is celebrated with the 30 pieces in this exhibit. Japanese designer Kumiko Frydl settled in Houston after residing in Canada and Great Britain.

Hidden Treasures: Antique Quilts from the Collection of Carolyn Miller

This exhibit will feature more than 25 quilts showing some of the best of Miller’s pieces, which she began acquiring in the early 1990’s after her own quilting journey began.

Learn more at

29 Sep 2021
2 Oct 2021

Pour l’Amour du Fil


Ever since our very first show, this has been the meeting place for all aficionados from Planet Textile! Patchwork, Quilting, Sewing, Embroidery, Home Decor, Knitting, along with some of the best-known experts, for 4 days in HALL XXL du Parc des Expositions de la Beaujoire!
For our 12th Edition, we have chosen the British Isles as our guest country of honor and there will be much to see!

2 Oct 2021
3 Oct 2021



An exhibition of over 100 quilts by our members along with the results of a bag challenge and friendship block exchange.

Trading Tables – A variety of traders will be on site

Raffle Quilts – Tickets available $2 each or 3 for $5

Local Charities will benefit from this event

Place:        Narooma Leisure Centre

Princess Highway

Narooma  NSW  2546

Time:        10 am – 4 pm

Entry:       $8 per person

$15 per family

10 Oct 2021
17 Jan 2022

Fabric of a Nation: American Quilt Stories


Quilts and coverlets, used in North America since the 17th century, have a unique capacity to tell stories. Their tactile making by hand and their traditional use in the home impart deeply personal narratives of their creators, and the many histories they express reveal a complex record of America. Upending expectations about quilt displays—traditionally organized by region, form or motif—Fabric of a Nation: American Quilt Stories is a loosely chronological presentation that is divided into seven thematic sections and incorporates the perspectives of artists, educators, academics and activists.

Place : Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

More than 50 works on view include remarkable examples by an under-recognized diversity of artistic hands and minds from the 17th century to today, including female and male, known and unidentified, urban and rural makers; immigrants; and Black, Latinx, Indigenous, Asian and LGBTQ+ Americans. Standouts include Pictorial Quilt (1895–98), an icon of the MFA’s collection and one of only two known surviving quilts by Harriet Powers, an exceptional artist and storyteller born into slavery in 1837, and the recently acquired To God and Truth (2019), a vibrantly colorful and elaborately patterned work by contemporary artist Bisa Butler. While celebrating the artistry and intricacy of quilts and coverlets and the lives they document, the exhibition also invites visitors to consider the complicated legacies ingrained in the fabric of American life.

28 Oct 2021
31 Oct 2021
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International Quilt Festival

Houston (Texas)

The International Quilt Festival Houston will take place from October 28-31, 2021.

Preview Night: October 27
Classes and Events Begin: October 25

George R. Brown Convention Center
1001 Avenida de las Americas
Houston, Texas 77010

Visit the website and the Facebook page.

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from Monday to Friday

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