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Address: 2105 Wilson River Loop, Tillamook, OR 97141-9022
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Displays quilts, cloth dolls and other textiles. Offers many classes in...

Displays quilts, cloth dolls and other textiles. Offers many classes in textile arts.

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This is more of a working quilt and weaving teaching facility if you visit. Worth the stop. Just wish they had more quilts out on display.

Reviewed 27 July 2015
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Pacific City, Oregon
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Salt Lake City, Utah
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7 reviews
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Reviewed 29 July 2015

After seeing the quilt squares on the various businesses in Tillamook, we inquired at another stop about this museum. It is sort of a combination gallery/store/workshop which is a delight to the heart of those who like to make handmade items. My 11 yo son came in with me and was interested by the displays of old buttons, notions, and... More 

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Pacific City, Oregon
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Reviewed 27 July 2015

This is more of a working quilt and weaving teaching facility if you visit. Worth the stop. Just wish they had more quilts out on display.

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Thank Dundeegal2
Lancaster, Pennsylvania
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Reviewed 1 July 2015 via mobile

This is a quaint museum and active work space for fiber artists. The collection appears to rotate. We arrived when the Damascus Fiber Arts School had an exhibit. It was very interesting, but requires rudimentary knowledge of textile arts to appreciate the intricacies of the work. I was most interested in the weaving room and appreciated looking at the projects... More 

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2 Thank Kimberly M
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Reviewed 7 April 2015 via mobile

The exhibits were cool. The people there were not overly friendly, but they weren't rude either. There's not a lot to buy, but what they do have is unique, especially for the true artisan.

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Thank Chewlie
Tacoma, WA
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12 reviews
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Reviewed 22 March 2015

We really enjoyed our 45 minutes there. They have a room full of quilts on display - beautiful and well made. They have a room of looms where people are actively working on projects. Then they have a third room of other various crafts to look through. The attendant was very helpful in answering questions and enthusiastic about the activities... More 

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Raymore, Missouri
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Reviewed 13 October 2014

Wife loved it. I drank the coffee and waited for her to see all she wanted to see. If you like old quilts and handmade stuff this is the place for you.

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Portland, Oregon
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Reviewed 7 October 2014

And loved the personal attention answering my questions. I learned so much about the various crafts.

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Thank keelx2
Washougal
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3 reviews
Reviewed 2 October 2014

My quilting buddies and I went to the museum and had a great experience looking at old textile projects ss well as new techniques that were on display. We highly recommend this venue for all who quilt and all who just want to view quilts, looms and other ways of making projects from textiles.

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Thank Lindakaye5747
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12 reviews
Reviewed 25 May 2014

I was looking forward to this and was quite disappointed. I thought there would be more quilts. It was a variety of things (rugs, looms, yoyos, etc.) that may be interesting to some, but not for me. Not worth the entrance fee.

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Thank bluerox
Portland, Oregon
2 reviews
Reviewed 9 May 2014

The hooked rug exhibit is wonderful. The colors, designs and craftsmanship are delightful. It was fascinating to see various ways that wool is died and then cut. Other exhibits are uneven but still lots of fun to see. The woman who greeted us was very welcoming and helpful with information. I am very glad I visited this center.

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Thank Joan B

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