The National Quilt Museum is a non-profit institution established to educate, promote, and honor today's quiltmaker.
This mission is accomplished through quality professional exhibits of new and antique quilts and related archival materials; through workshops, conferences, and publications; through appropriate related activities; and through the development and exhibit of the museum's own collection and related archives.
The National Quilt Museum is the portal to the contemporary quilt experience through traditional and non-traditional quiltmaking. It is the gateway to the discovery of quilts, quiltmaking, and the quilt artist. The Museum is committed to be the best in quilt exhibitions, quilt education, and quilt experience.