Novi, MI

Display Gallery


Stroll through aisles of quilts, including contemporary, traditional, art and modern works by artists from across the country.


Dusk to Dawn

SAQA – Studio Art Quilt Associates

When the sun dips below the horizon, the world changes: the trees are lit by the silvery light of the moon, and warm lamps glow in a child's room as they listen to a bedtime story. Owls and bats take to the sky for their evening meals, while other animals curl up safely in their dens. A collection of abstract nightscapes, animal portraits, and other nighttime observations, Dusk to Dawn offers a glimpse of the mysterious world that emerges when darkness arrives. 




100 Years of Quilts made for Soldiers

Curated by Sue Reich

Since the Revolutionary War, women have sent quilts to their sons and daughters on the battlefront. This exhibit presents quilts made to honor our nation’s soldiers from the Spanish American War of 1890 through the Slavic Wars of the 1990s. Many of the quilts feature military insignia representing the service of the different branches of our nation’s military.


HERstory Quilts: A Celebration of Strong Women
Susanne Miller Jones, Curator
You studied history. Come and view HERstory. Throughout history women struggled to have a voice and we got it in the USA in 1920, the right to vote. Let’s celebrate the amazing things that women everywhere have accomplished since then. We all have women that we admire who are courageous, intelligent and ground-breakers.

This exhibit, by 84 artists from seven countries, includes tributes to women well known to us, as well as those who worked behind the scenes. These quilts celebrate strong women who cracked glass ceilings and those who made discoveries. Women who shook the world by breaking into fields previously reserved for men are commemorated, as are those who were the first to do something before any man. Art quilts honor athletes, authors, artists, aviators and astronauts, business leaders, educators, entertainers, mathematicians, scientists, writers, and world leaders.



Inspired By the National Parks
This quilt display celebrates of our National Park Service’s Centennial. Quilters from across the country selected a park and created three quilts featuring landscapes, flora, and fauna from Acadia to Samoa. Fifty-eight parks are featured. Enjoy the wide range of depictions and interpretations from these fiber artists. 



Heart of the Home Reader Challenge Quilts

Quilting Arts Magazine

Transitioning out of homelessness and into a permanent residence is life changing. To celebrate this event, quilt artist Jamie Fingal has partnered with Furnishing Hope (, an organization that supplies home furnishings for individuals and families as they transition to independent living. Jamie’s project, “Heart of the Home”, makes and donates a unique wall quilt for each new dwelling.

The Editorial staff at Quilting Arts Magazine learned about “Heart of the Home” and asked their readers to create art quilts to be donated to this project. Each quilt is 14" square and prominently features the image of a house. Over the course of two months, QA readers made and donated 359 quilts in total, well exceeding expectations. On display is a selection of quilts from Quilting Arts readers as well as 21 quilts donated by frequent contributors to the magazine. Join us in celebrating the generosity and artistry of the art quilt community.


Put a Bird on it!  2018 Guild President's Challenge

Mountain Laurel Quilters Guild | Clarkesville, Georgia
From the ridiculous to the sublime, from the unexpected to the expected, where would you put a bird? The Guild members of the Mountain Laurel Quilters Guild in Clarkesville, Georgia were challenged by their 2018 president Maryann Prue to complete a small-sized wall quilt and on the quilt "Put a Bird on it." The talented group of quilters showcased their sewing talents by using various quilting techniques to complete each individual wall quilt.



Cosplay Display

See a selection of costumes on display at the Expo. Click for more info on Cosplay at the Expo.



Vintage Made Modern Part 2

Handi Quilter
Handi Quilter educators bring vintage quilt tops to life with beautiful modern longarm quilting. Their intent was to honor the original quilt-top maker by quilting her work in a way she could never have imagined!


The Best of QuiltCon 2019
The Modern Quilt Guild presents the Best of QuiltCon 2019, a collection of modern quilts from QuiltCon, the guild’s annual, worldwide conference and show. This inspiring exhibit showcases the best work of modern quilters today. Graphic and hip, these quilts represent the pinnacle of craftsmanship and design in today’s modern quilting movement.


The MQG developed out of the thriving online community of modern quilters and their desire to start meeting in person. The founding guild was formed in Los Angeles in October of 2009. Through blogs and the Internet, word spread quickly of the fun they were having, and soon guilds started popping up everywhere. There are now more than 200 guilds around the world with members on six continents.


Log Cabin Quilt Challenge
Presented by Quilt Expo
Visit this exhibit showcasing beautiful Log Cabin quilts from Wisconsin's Quilt Expo 2019. View traditional log cabin quilt blocks and modern interpretations on this beloved classic patchwork design! See how quilters put their own unique spin on this year’s Quilt Challenge, creating remarkable works of art from one of the earliest documented quilt blocks.

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