“New Quilts by Kaffe Fassett and Historical Quilts,” San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles, San Jose, California, through June 28, 2016

March 27, 2016
New Quilts by KAFFE FASSETT and Historical Quilts from the Collection of the Quilt Museum and Gallery, York, England. 
Included in this exhibition—only one of two U.S. museum venues—are fifteen historic quilts from The Quilters’ Guild Collection, York, England and twenty quilts produced by Kaffe Fassett that were inspired by the designs of the historic quilts. The exhibit is at San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles in San Jose, California, through June 28, 2016.

Kaffe Fassett, Trip Around the World


 Here is a video about Kaffe’s quilts and use of color from The Quilt Show:




TheQuiltShow Programs Free to View Online This Weekend

March 18, 2016
It’s International Quilting Weekend!   Introduce Your Friends to TheQuiltShow!
 Click here to see the show listings, where you can chose a program by artists or techniques:   https://thequiltshow.com/watch/
Alex and Ricky want you to introduce your friends to the fun and learning available here at TQS.  Over 220 shows are available for FREE for the ENTIRE weekend.  Shows feature over 300 of the world’s leading quilt artists. 

Ann Harwell’s Quilts

March 13, 2016

Ann Harwell’s wonderful quilts are on this Smilebox slideshow presented by The Quilt Show.

Click to play this Smilebox slideshow

Indiana Heritage Quilt Show 2016 Winners

March 7, 2016

http://www.ihqs.org/2016-winners/   is where you can see the 2016 winners at the Indiana Heritage Quilt Show from last weekend.

Photo is of SAQA Exhibit taken by Kate Lenkowsky

“QuiltCon West 2016: the Minimalist Design Quilts”

March 3, 2016

Here are quilts from Quiltcon West in Pasadena, California, in February 2016 in a Smilebox presentation from The Quilt Show.

QuiltCon West 2016, the Minimalist Design Quilts

Click to play this Smilebox slideshow

 QuiltCon West 2016 had an exhibit of the quilts of Molly Upton. “Quilts of Molly Upton” highlights the work of a pioneer in the early stages of the art quilt movement.  Molly was known for working with velvet, silks, corduroy, and polyester blends.