The Quilt Museum in Pennsylvania

For those of you non-quilt enthusiasts, you’re just going to have to bear through this post. It’s all pictures of quilts! :)

024Right next to the Kettle Kitchen Village in Intercourse, PA, (Don’t look at me like that, I didn’t name the city) sits the little quilt museum and fabric store.

It’s Amish country and let me tell ya, these ladies know their quilts. Hand done works of art.

Since many of you may never get a chance to go there or have no desire to go there. Here are some pictures to tide you over.  Ha! :D

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teeny tiny 1 inch squares make up this mosaic.

teeny tiny 1 inch squares make up this mosaic.

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Those last two pictures are definitely not your average wall hangings, huh?

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3 Responses to The Quilt Museum in Pennsylvania

  1. We should all go sometime!!

  2. Rachel E. says:

    The one inch square quilt is amazing! I couldn’t imagine sewing that one.

  3. sarahjmcb says:

    Sheri, were you there recently?! That’s like 20 minutes from my house… Wish I would have known :)
    And yes, my friends and I laugh at the name Intercourse every time we hear or see it :D

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