Website for SWVA Quilt News A e-newletter with updates on quilt elated events in SW Virginia. This page includes an archive and sing up form

Floyd Quilt Guild in Floyd, VA (formerly Old Church Gallery Quilters Guild)

The Quilting Party
Blacksburg's largest quilt guild welcomes new members of all skill levels to their meetings on the first Tuesday evening each month
for quilt related programs, show and tell and friendship.

TAVA - Textile Artists of Virginia
The Textile Artists of Virginia (TAVA) supports each member as fiber artists, explores boundaries of the medium,
and works to educate and increase public awareness of fiber art.

Paula Golden - Quilt Artist, Quilt Teacher
Selected as “2001 Teacher of the Year” by The Professional Quilter Magazine Paula has been quilting since the early 1970s and
teaching for over twenty years including the International Quilt Festival, Houston.

Virginia Quilt Museum
Dedicated to preserving, celebrating, and nurturing Virginia's quilting heritage, the Museum, established in 1995,
features a permanent collection of nearly 300 quilts, a Civil War Gallery, antique and toy sewing machines, and rotating exhibits from across the United States. 

Batiks Etc and Sew What Fabrics in Wytheville, VA, the largest provider of batik fabrics that we know of

Mason Dixon Quilt Professionals Network
Based in the Mid-Atlantic region, the Mason Dixon Quilt Professionals Network(MDQPN) is an organization that supports, promotes, and encourages quality professional quilt services and acts as a resource for members to market their talents. MDQPN is composed of quilt artists, appraisers, authors, quilt and pattern designers, judges, hand and machine quilters, restorers, shop owners, teachers, notions/tool manufacturers and more.

Quilt Professional Network
QPN promotes networking and continuing education for the quilting and fiber arts professional.

 Virginia Consortium Of Quilters very informative website with calendar, guild news, teacher information, etc

Mid Atlantic Quilt Guild Network
The goal of MAQGNet is to unify guilds with diverse interests by sharing critiques of resources (lecturers and teachers); providing information that is pertinent to quilt guilds; discussing and finding solutions to guild related issues; and promoting a positive atmosphere in which quilting can flourish.

National Quilt Museum in Paducah
The National Quilt Museum is a destination for quilters and art enthusiasts worldwide, annually the Museum receive visitors from all 50 US states and over 45 foreign countries from every continent. The Museum's in-facility and traveling exhibits are viewed by over 110,000 people per year.