69 Old River Rd
Woodstock VT 05091
June 4 – July 10, 2022
Quilts have been a part of American rural life for over 300 years. They are colorful testimony to the fact that farm life, while sometimes austere, held celebration. The women who settled in Vermont during the late 18th century brought with them the hand skills, thrift, imagination and traditional designs which would develop into a distinctive American art form: the patchwork quilt.
Vermont quilters of today carry on the heritage and ever evolving tradition. Much of the contemporary work of Windsor County quilters is composed of patterns handed down from earlier generations and executed by hand; some adapt the traditional craft to more modern expressions and materials. All require skill, patience, and imagination.
Handicap accessible. Elevator access from Visitor Center
Parking is available on site as well as across the street in the Auxiliary parking lot
Food: On site snack bar with Vermont ice cream, Billlings Farm cheese and crackers, drinks, and more.