The Southeastern Quilt & Textile Museum (SQTM), is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization committed to education and presentation of quilts and textiles. **NOTE: Masks are required fir guests & staff.
306 Bradley St
Regular hours: Thursdays - Fridays: 10 AM- 4 PM Saturdays: 10 AM-2 PM ***Temporarily closed as nation deals with COVID-19 pandemic*** Reopening July 9-31, to members only by appointment. Reopening to the general public on August 1. Masks required; social distancing observed; regular sanitizing.
|Thursday||10:00 - 16:00|
|Friday||10:00 - 16:00|
|Saturday||10:00 - 14:00|
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The Southeastern Quilt & Textile Museum (SQTM), is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization committed to education and presentation of quilts and textiles. The SQTM collects, exhibits, preserves, promotes and interprets the heritage, art and production of quilting and textiles in the southeastern United States. Since 1998, members of the Georgia Quilt Project and the Georgia Quilt Council have tirelessly planned and advocated for the creation of a quilt and textile museum in the southeast. In 2009, the Georgia Quilt Council formally selected Carrollton, Georgia as the home of what would soon become the Southeastern Quilt & Textile Museum (SQTM). On September 15, 2013, the SQTM opened is doors to the public in a corner of the former Cotton Producers Association/Gold Kist Cotton Warehouse located at 306 Bradley Street in Carrollton’s Historic Downtown. The exterior of the building is adorned with the work of nationally recognized sculptor, Gordon Chandler, who has loaned his work to the museum. The museum is open Thursdays and Fridays from noon-6PM and Saturdays, 10AM-4PM. For more information, visit www.southeasternquiltmuseum.com. Exhibits at the museum have featured traditional and contemporary quilts by both solo artists and various regional guilds, and a partnership with the Center for Public History at the University of West Georgia has enabled the museum to exhibit highlights of the history of the local textile industry. Additional programming includes quilting workshops and lectures by quilting and textile experts.