Something quilted this way comes . . .
The International Quilt Study Center & Museum will share some of its most boo-tiful and spook-tacular pieces in “The Haunting of Quilt House,” a pop-up exhibit celebrating Halloween, October 27-29.
In addition to viewing specially selected pieces, there will be a scavenger hunt available, with answers hidden in the quilts. Visitors who come wearing their Halloween costumes will receive free admission and they can Trick or Treat at the front desk on their way out.
Displayed in the Byron and Sara Rhodes Dillow Conservation Work Room, guests can take an up-close look at where the museum cares for the world’s largest publicly held quilt collection.