Quilt History Study Day

  This first Quilt History Study Day was held on October 5 at The Gunn Library in Washington, Connecticut. Thirty-five quilt history enthusiasts spent the day sharing pre-1840 quilts and viewing the collection of The Gunn Museum. This was the first in a series of six Quilt History Study Days. The next event will be on March 28, 2015 at the Darien Historical Society in Darien. Registration forms are available at suereich@charter.net. 


Thank you for an excellent day - extraordinary quilts to examine  and appreciate -                                  

                         Big Learning !! 


Thank you Sue,

  I learned so much.

  A great learning experience. Quilts are a living tribute to their makers.


   Very inspiring collections -

much interesting information, lovely venue & yummy food!



  Well run and coordinated! Friendly, knowledgeable participants and speakers. Format is fast and yet, comprehensive. Bravo!