Vermont is not a very big state, but The Vermont Quilt Festival is the oldest quilt event in New England, and has also grown into New England's largest quilt event. You’ll find a weekend of quilt exhibits, contest quilts, classes, lectures, appraisal, and fun for beginners and advanced quilters alike. Vermont quilt shops are represented within the vendor area, so you can find a local source for your future needs. If you can’t make the show, you can use the directory below to find a quilt shop in Vermont. It is the most trusted and accurate source for all your quilting needs.
Vermont offers a lot of family fun, so bring the family. Who would pass up a factory tour of Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream in Waterbury? Shelburne is home to the Shelburn Museum, known as one of America’s most unconventional museums, and the Vermont Teddy Bear Company tour. In Manchester, you will find the Lincoln Family Home, built in 1905. For one of the greatest assemblages of hands-on exhibits ever gathered in one place, you won’t want to miss the Montshire Museum of Science in Norwich. Church Street Marketplace in Burlington is an uncovered pedestrian shopping and dining mall. The streets are lined with unique shops and restaurants. You might even find a quilt shop! Vermont has a lot to enjoy year-round, so plan your next adventure today.
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