Lowell, Massachusetts is home to the New England Quilt Museum: the only museum in the Northeast dedicated to the art and history of quilt making. Located in the historic center of the nation’s textile industry, it presents the finest examples of traditional and contemporary quilts.
The Pilgrims established their settlement at Plymouth in 1620, so you know that history abounds here. You can take historical tours almost everywhere you go. While in Boston, walk the Freedom Trail or visit one of many museums. Tour the Harvard University campus in Cambridge. Visit the Pilgrim Monument in Provincetown on Cape Cod. In Salem, you can visit the Salem Witch Museum, o drive along the coast and visit Rocky Neck, America’s first art colony in Cloucester.
What about quilting? For a relatively small state, Massachusetts has a lot of quilt shops. Massachusetts winters get cold, and quilting is a wonderful way to spend the evening, in front of the fire. You will find notions, patterns, supplies and tools for quilting at any of the fine Massachusetts quilt shops listed below. This is the most accurate and trusted source for quilt shops that you will find anywhere. Quilt shops in Massachusetts are open and ready to serve!
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