ABOUT THE TEXAS QUILT MUSEUM
The Texas Quilt Museum is housed in two historic 1890s buildings, which provide a fine showcase for both antique and contemporary quilt art with their high ceilings, brick walls, and original hardwood floors.
Home for the Museum, a 501(c)(3) entity, is the picturesque Central Texas town of La Grange, located on the winding Colorado River between two major highways. It’s an easy drive from the state’s major cities and airline hubs.
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140 W Colorado Street
La Grange, Texas 78945
Kathy Moore was named the Museum’s 2016 Bybee Scholar for her academic work in the field of quilting scholarship. Moore is the author of Home on the Plains: Quilts and the Sod House Experience, has written academic articles for the American Quilt Study Group (of which she is also a board member), and is the founder of the Lone StarQuilt Study Group.
In this photo are 2015 Bybee Scholar Kate Adams, Museum co-founder Karey Bresenhan, Moore, and Museum co-founder Nancy O’Bryant. Congrats, Kathy!
Meet Our Visitors
August 24th, 2016
Jenna Matsumoto & Brittany Dirks of Yuba City, California, in front of Linda Matsumoto’s “Washington Medallion Quilt” from the exhibit “SAQA: On the Fringe.” They are the daughter and niece of the artist, respectively.
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