Quilt Study Groups
Quilt Study Groups are small groups of quilt enthusiasts who gather on a fairly regular basis to examine each others quilt treasures and share their knowledge of quilt and/or general textile history. These groups are an opportunity for the both the novice and the experienced quilt historian to be able to closely examine and discuss individual quilts, their history, materials and techniques. Generally, quilt study groups also share information on quilt related shows, conferences and other events are going on in the quilt world. Some groups set a theme for each meeting.
Most groups are very informal and welcome new members or visitors. For more information on a specific group, contact a member of the group. For information on forming your own group, read Talking to Learn: Forming Quilt Study Groups
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