The National Quilt Museum & Shoppe
Driven by a mission to introduce the world to the work of today’s quilter, the museum features three galleries of art that rotates 8 to 10 times per year. In an average year the museum is visited by art lovers from 50 states and over 40 countries worldwide. A three-time TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner, the museum has been mentioned in hundreds of online and offline publications including USA Today, Southern Living, and Kentucky Living. The St. Louis Post Dispatch said "It's not that different than going to the art museum in Chicago...It's all so unexpected.
Jane Sassaman is an artist, educator, author, and fabric designer. Her innovative quilts have been shown in many national and international exhibits, including Quilt National 1989 through 2005 and Contemporary American Quilts, the first major exhibit
Pat Durbin creates quilts that resemble paintings using fabric and thread. She often uses her husband's landscape photography to inspire her scenes. Her quilt "Forest Walk" won 3rd place in the Paducah AQS show 2010, also a 3rd place in International