In support of the National, State, Regional, and local effort to minimize the spread of the COVID-19 outbreak, we will be closed to the public beginning March 18 and until further notice. We strongly support these preventative actions to ensure the safety of our community.
Thank you for your support and understanding. We look forward to seeing you all again soon!
Update June 8, 2020: Skagit County has now entered Phase Two of the State's re-opening plan. This allows the Museum to begin steps to open the business offices but will remain closed to the public. Museums are in Phase Three of this plan. To get to Phase Three, counties must be in Stage Two for at least three weeks. Meanwhile, we continue to work on a really special re-opening exhibit for you! Stay safe!
Are you missing the Museum and Fiber Friday?
We've been missing you, too! The Museum has begun hosting a Virtual Fiber Friday on Zoom each week at 10:00AM PST for one hour. Zoom offers a free, easy online way to meet and share what we're working on, chat about what's going on in the world, check in on everyone's welfare, and have a bit of fun! If you'd like to receive an invitation to Fiber Fridays, send an email to email@example.com
Even though the main event was cancelled, we still want you to submit your 2020 Festival Challenge Kit piece, based on the theme, "Women's Suffrage 100 Year Anniversary!" Pieces are due to the Museum by August 18 and will be exhibited beginning September 2. Visitors will vote on their favorite - the only "Festival" award we will still grant this year! We can't wait to see what you've done!
Thank you for your support!
Thank you to our GiveBig donors!
Jacque & Bob Chase
June L. Cook
Edie Diver, In Memory of Marty Kutz
Shelly Dumas, In Memory of Betty Hieber
Sara & Bob Jordan
Taryn Lindhorst, In Memory of my mother
Helen, who taught me to quilt
Katherine L. Mason. In Memory of Grandma Fran
Mary Ann Musgrove
Carla & David Parks
Pat & Sam Smith
...and many anonymous gifts!
We have many ways for you to join our community!
Become a Member
Members often get advance communication regarding workshops and events happening at the Museum, along with many other benefits! Become a Sustaining Member and get additional benefits!
Become a Guild Partner
We want to partner with your group! Our Guild Partner Program is open to all quilt and fiber arts guilds. Benefits include a discounted individual Museum membership rate for your Guild members, several Guild Partner Appreciation events through out the year, and more!
Volunteers are the heart of our organization. Every day we are open to the public, guest are greeted by a Volunteer Host and served in the Gift Shop by a Volunteer Cashier. Others serve on our Board of Directors, work on committees or events, and help in a myriad of other ways! How would you like to get involved?