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To promote understanding, appreciation, and knowledge of the art and craft of quiltmaking.

To support and expand the collection and preservation of Kentucky quilts and the records of Kentucky quiltmakers and their work.

To undertake such activities as shows, contests, and educational workshops.

KHQS and the Kentucky Museum at WKU
need your help!

Featured in the book shown to the left, the "Kentucky Sun" quilt was made by Nancy Miller Grider in Russell County, Kentucky circa 1880.
 Due to the seller's generosity the museum has an opportunity to acquire this quilt at less than the appraised value.
With your help, we'll make sure this quilt stays in Kentucky!
Please donate to this special cause:
Kentucky Sun Quilt Fund

The Getaway Brochure is at the printer!
for a sneak peek-

Getaway 2017

The Quilt Lady
(Donna Duncan)
Presentation at Henry County Middle School

Enjoy the Show!

The Quilt Lady

Design Elements, Principles and Practice ....

 Quilting Adventures 2017  a class for everyone! 

The class with Lorraine  Torrence will be held September 19-21.  Register online or download Quilting Adventures Registration Form to register by mail.
For more information:

   support   Make sure to support our Commercial Partners and Long Arm Quilters.  They will have everything you will need for your projects.  
For Information about becoming a Commercial Partner or a KHQS Long Arm Quilter please contact our Membership Chairman.
 Myra Arnold,

2016 President's Challenge

The wonderful quilts you see to the right travel around Kentucky and adjoining states to be enjoyed by schools, churches, civic groups, quilt show participants and local quilt guilds.  If you would like to borrow the quilts for your event download the Contract to Borrow 

Who Am I?

Make KHQS your favorite charity on your amazon account and go through this website to do your shopping.  A percentage of your sales will be donated to our wonderful organization.
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Thank you Amazon!

The fun quilt behind our website was made by KHQS member and current secretary 
Debbie Poole.