Welcome to another edition of First Friday Fun, which goes live March 5 at 4:30 p.m. Central. This month we’re looking at Quilting in Women’s History.

Download a printable activity sheet at internationalquiltmuseum.org/sites/default/files/pdf/women_in_history_quilt_block.pdf.

If you have enjoy this topic, the International Quilt Museum has featured several exhibitions that highlight these and other quilts concerned with women’s history.

For virtual exhibitions, check out “Power, Passion and Politics,” and “Crazy Quilts and Mad Women.”
https://www.internationalquiltmuseum.org/exhibition/power-passion-and-politics

https://www.internationalquiltmuseum.org/exhibition/crazy-quilts-and-mad-women

In person or online, explore the “Quilts of Emotion” exhibition, on display in the Peg Coryell Gallery (until March 27), and “Sample Home: Wall Work” by Amy Meissner, on display in the Pumphrey Family Gallery (through June 26).

https://www.internationalquiltmuseum.org/exhibition/quilts-emotion

https://www.internationalquiltmuseum.org/exhibition/sample-home-wall-work-amy-meissner