As my fellow Texilphiliacs know, traveling with not fiber obsessed people can be a balancing act. You definitely want to stop at every LYS, quilt shop and definitely won’t miss a textile exhibit. Friends may be tolerant, but family members will more than likely roll their eyes and moan… again?
So I’m happy to report that while exploring Boston’s North Shore, there’s a small but very enjoyable quilt exhibit on the gorgeous Endicott College campus. Curated by the American Folk Art Museum, it features the Kaleidoscope Quilts of Paula Nadelstern, but ties with the traditional roots of the quilt tradition.
It’s a vibrant space at the College’s Center for the Performing Arts. If you’re toodling around the North Shore with non-Texilphiliacs, it is a stop that works! They enjoy the exhibit, too.