2019 Atlanta Quilt Study Symposium

September 27, 28, and 29, 2019

Click HERE to view the itinerary and get your tickets.

3 FULL Days of Quilt Study!

Be sure to visit our Meet the Speaker series where we ask our speakers questions about quilts and their quilt lives!

  • Welcome lunch meet & greet on Friday (includes $10 voucher)
  • Friday afternoon Featured Speaker, Tara Miller – “Threads of Time: Textiles in Georgia
  • 2-hour Show & Share – Bring your antique and vintage treasures! Experts on hand!
  • Friday evening Keynote Speaker, Teddy Pruett – “Southern Stitches and Northern Needles
  • Round-trip Quilt Adventure Bus transportation on Saturday from Hotel Indigo Atlanta – Vinings to the Southeast Quilt & Textile Museum
  • Admission to the Southeast Quilt & Textile Museum – Exhibit & Lecture: Twisted” Modern Quilts Created with Vintage Textiles with Mary Kerr
  • Social lunch on Saturday (includes $10 voucher)
  • 2-hour Show & Share – Bring your antique and vintage treasures! Experts on hand!
  • Saturday afternoon Featured Speaker, Andi Barney – “The History of the Sewing Machine” (includes the opportunity to try a treadle machine!)
  • Sunday all-day workshop* with Tara Miller – “Fan Girl: A Crazy Lady
  • The joy of bonding with your quilt community.

Click HERE to get your Atlanta Quilt Study Symposium 2019 T-shirt!

We’re meeting at the beautiful Hotel Indigo Atlanta – Vinings. Click HERE to reserve your room at our group rate of $139/night (2 queen beds–get a roomie!).

This Hotel Indigo embraces the history of the Vinings area, and it’s easy to get to (i.e., minimal traffic hassle). The Public House, a full service restaurant and bar, is on site, and several other restaurants are within walking distance.

Watch our Facebook and Instagram pages to stay tuned in!

* Each Sunday workshop attendee brings their own sewing machine, fabric, and sewing tools. Fabric recommendations will be emailed to you before the event.

Contact Tara at atlquiltstudy@gmail.com with questions.


The Atlanta Quilt Study Group is dedicated to exploring quilts, quilting, and quilt histories through the study of vintage and antique quilts.

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