The Quilters Hall of Fame is a nonprofit organization created to celebrate the art of quilting and is located in a Colonial Revival Home built in 1902. It was the home of Marie Webster, a leader of the Great Quilt Revival of the early 20th century. The home now has galleries for the display of quilts, a gift shop, a research library, and storage area for TQHF’s permanent collection. The mission of The Quilters Hall of Fame is to celebrate quilting as an art form by honoring the lives and accomplishments of those people who have made outstanding contributions to the world of quilting; by restoration and preservation of the home of quilt designer Marie D. Webster in Marion, Indiana; by promoting public awareness of quilting through educational programs, exhibitions, publications and research; and by collecting, preserving and documenting materials related to the Honorees of The Quilters Hall of Fame.


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Currently The Quilters Hall of Fame's second floor is not handicap accessible. We have the plans to install a wheel chair lift and have begun fundraising so we can move ahead with the project. Would you consider giving a gift to help take The Quilters Hall of Fame to the next level?