Learn more about your quilt’s history at an International Quilt Study Center & Museum Quilt Identification Day. Staff and trained volunteers examine quilts and offer information about patterns, fabrics, styles and estimated age. A history form and documentation label is completed for each quilt.
Quilt Identification Days are held at Quilt House three times a year. Appointments are set on a first come, first serve basis. You will need to reserve a 15-minute spot for each quilt, limit two quilts per person per date. Cost is $15 per quilt, plus museum admission for non-members, and $10 per quilt for museum members.
The following dates will be held in 2017:
Or call 402-472-6549 to place your reservation.
Interested in holding your own Quilt Identification Day? Check out our step-by-step guide and tips.