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Quilt Museums (or Museums with Quilts in them...)

New England Quilt Museum
Lowell, MA—
American Textile History Museum
Lowell, MA—
Shelburne Museum
Shelburn, VT—
Museum of Fine Arts
Boston, MA—
Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art
Hartford, CT—
Bennington Museum
Bennington, VT—
National Heritage Museum
Lexington, MA—
Old Sturbridge Village
Sturbridge, MA—

Non-Quilt-Related Member Businesses

Piece by Piece Jewelry
Unique jewelry and gifts by Amy Lindsay and Peggy Wilson
Heidi's Dolls
Ginny's niece makes cute hand crocheted dolls

Quilt Patterns, Info, and Other Stuff

About.com Quilting Page
Blog and constantly growing library of articles and patterns, affiliated with a message board (forum).
Quilt University
Online classes from basic quilting to graduate design work. Free sample lesson, nice informational articles in the "Library" section.
The Alliance for American Quilts
The Alliance for American Quilts is a nonprofit organization whose mission is "to document, preserve, and share our American quilt heritage by collecting the rich stories that historic and contemporary quilts, and their makers". Their Quilters' S.O.S. (Save Our Stories) interviews make fascinating reading.
The Quilt Show
Alex Anderson and Ricky Tims onlive TV show (requires subscription.) The site also includes Blogs, message board, chat rooms, and online quilt gallery.
Quilted Postcards
The Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative (AAQI) hosts this version of Deb Richardson's Post Card Tutorial as an idea for people to make contributions to the effort, but once you know how to do it, you can make them for your family, friends, and our Quilt Guild Show Boutique...
Moda Bake Shop
Moda Fabrics' blog featuring easy quilts and other projects using "layer cakes" (collections of 2.5" strips) and other precut packages.
Wilmington Prints
Wilmington Prints has several nice patterns as example projects to use with their fabrics. They are downloadable as PDFs which you can then print on your printer. Click on the "projects" link.
Fairfield
Fairfield updates their projects list fairly consistently to tempt you into using their batting and other products in your projects. They also have informational pamphlets and care instructions under the "Resources for Quilt Guilds" link.

Other Guild Web Sites

Concord Piecemakers
Concord, MA
Quilter's Connection
Watertown, MA
Squanicook Colonial Quilt Guild
Townsend, MA
Hannah Dustin Quilt Guild
Hudson, NH
Tewksbury Piecemakers
Tewksbury, MA
Patchwork Pals
Lowell, MA
Material Girls
Leominster, MA
County Line Quilters
Framingham, MA