Amish Patchwork Tour
What quilter has never desired to take a closer look at an Amish Quilting Bee to get a glimpse into their daily lives? Travel with us to Pennsylvania to get more insight into the history of the Amish and the contrast they offer to the American way of life.
Amish Springtime Tour
Another world. Horse and buggies instead of cars, farms tended without industrial machinery, large families to work the land and a life that is marked by religious and community spirit.
Exceptional Quilts; solid fabrics, strict graphic patterns, unusual colors and exquisite Hand quilting
Each spring the charming Victorian town of Paducah, Kentucky morphs into “Quilt City USA”. Quilters from all over the world fill the brick paved streets of this historic turn of the century town. The storefronts and antique shops are decorated with Quilts! Quilts! Quilts. Horse drawn carriage rides, courtyard cafes and sidewalk vendors abound…a week long celebration in honor of the “QUILT”.
Amish Autumn Tour
Harvest days are ending, there’s a crispness in the air, it’s Indian Summer in Lancaster County the land of the Amish.
Turn back the clock and get to know the “Plain People” of Pennsylvania Dutch Country
New England Quilt Tour
Travel through New England during Indian Summer in the northeastern United States with its explosion of autumn colors.
What quilter has not imagined what it would be like to see these colors of red, yellow and orange with your own eyes in nature and then put these colors into a quilt with your fabrics?
Gone with the Quilt
Autumn leaves are falling down, falling down, yellow, red, orange and brown.
A colorful palette for a country quilt. October is a beautiful month to embrace the fall season in the southeastern U.S.
Quilting in Florida
“Fabriholics” – Put away your winter boots and coats – put on your shorts and sandals for a “winter quilting retreat” in balmy Florida.
Start your retreat on the gulf side of the “Sunshine State” in Palmetto for the “Suncoast Quilt Expo.”
US Quilt Tours offers our clients smaller groups - consisting of a minimum of 10 participants to a maximum of 28. It makes for a more pleasant tour not to have a large group of 47, 56 or even 63 passengers to a bus.