Quilters Take Manhattan Tickets are now on sale!


Isn’t it time you treated yourself to a bite out of the Big Apple? The Quilt Alliance has a  fantastic weekend of fun planned for quilt lovers like you in New York City, September 27-29. Join us!

The Alliance’s annual fundraiser, Quilters Take Manhattan, has expanded considerably this year based on great feedback from our 2012 guests. Along with our featured speaker, OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAHollis Chatelain (at left), and Go Tell It at the Quilt Show! interviews with Paula Nadelstern and members of her artist’s group Semper Tedium, this year we’ve added two days of add-on events (Friday and Sunday), available to all those who register for the FIT event on Saturday, Sept. 28.
Add-on’s include small-group workshops at The City Quilter shop, outings to the Garment District and “Wicked” on Broadway, and rub-elbow receptions with quilt world stars, established and emerging. Visit the QTM event webpage for complete information about all the events.
Also new this year–vendors! Many of our Gold sponsors will have product tables at the FIT event with an array of goodies for sale including fabric, thread, documentation supplies, and quilt kits.

Click on the link below to register for Quilters Take Manhattan in New York.

Can’t make it to NYC in September? Click on the link below to purchase a Home Ticket! Only $25 for Alliance Members.


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About quiltalliance

The Quilt Alliance is a nonprofit 501c3 organization established in 1993 whose mission is to document, preserve, and share our International quilt heritage by collecting the rich stories that historic and contemporary quilts, and their makers, tell about our nation's diverse peoples and their communities. In support of this mission, the Alliance brings together quilt makers and designers, the quilt industry, quilt scholars and teachers, and quilt collectors to further the following goals: To promote the understanding of the quilt as an important grassroots art form. To make information about quilts available to a broad public. To educate the public about the importance of documenting quilts and quiltmakers so that their stories will not be lost.

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