Take a hand-sewn Glacier Country treasure home—a Montana-made quilt. Stitched with love, these carefully cultivated works of art represent a traditional country style and the rich history of women in Montana. You’ll find many places to purchase a locally made quilt, or even a local quilter who can teach you how to make your own.
Glacier Country also plays host to quilting events like the Flat-Iron Quilting Guild’s annual Montana Wilderness Quilt Show.
History buffs and art aficionados: Tour Montana’s best museums and historic downtowns from Glacier Country to Yellowstone Country.
Quilt shows are popular events in numerous communities throughout Western Montana. We've included an overview of quilt shows throughout the region.
A quilt show is held at the Bigfork Masonic Temple here each June.
Each April, a quilt show is held at Discovery Square.
This show is held during odd years at Corvallis High School.
This quilt show is held during August at the Tobacco Valley Historical Village.
Each September, this is held at Northwest Montana Fairgrounds.
The Libby show is part of the annual Libby Nordicfest.
A biennial quilt show, this is held during late spring/early summer.
This show is held every July.
An annual show, this is held during the third weekend of July.
This show is held in conjunction with the Mineral County Fair in August.
This yearly quilt show is held in April by the Flatiron Quilting Guild.
This annual quilt show occurs every July.
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