The Iowa Quilt Museum welcomes quilters, quilt lovers, history buffs, and all appreciators of American art and culture.

CURRENT EXHIBIT:
“Stitched Through Time: A History of Quilting”

Located on the south side of the town square in historic Winterset, Iowa—birthplace of John Wayne, county seat of Madison County, home of the Bridges of Madison County—our unique space occupies a storefront that was for many years a JC Penney local branch. The museum offers changing exhibits—three to four per year—of American quilts both vintage and new.

Our mission is to promote appreciation of the American quilt and the art of quilting through displays of quilts and information about quilt history.

The Latest from Iowa QuiltScape

Iowa QuiltScape for July 11, 2019
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Stitched Through Time: A History of Quilting Opening Reception • Friday, July 12th • 6:00 – 8:00 pmIowa Quilt Museum The Iowa Quilt Museum is thrilled to be working with Judy Schwender, retired curator from... Read More

Iowa QuiltScape for June 24, 2019
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July is going to be a great month for quilting in Iowa. Find out what quilty events are happening in your neighborhood! “Old Glory” Make & Take for Kids Monday • July 1st •... Read More