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World’s largest quilt festival in downtown Houston this weekend

Tens of 1000’s of individuals from everywhere in the world attend the occasion every year to admire the gorgeous artistic endeavors, store and take quilting courses.

HOUSTON — The largest quilt show in the world is back in downtown Houston.

The International Quilt Festival runs through Sunday at the George R. Brown Convention Center the place 1,100 quilts will likely be on show. They are judged and prizes are awarded in a number of classes. 

Editor’s notice: The video above is from the 2021 Quilt Festival

Tens of 1000’s of individuals from everywhere in the world attend the occasion every year to admire the gorgeous artistic endeavors, store and take quilting courses. 

Quilting boomed in recognition through the pandemic when individuals have been caught at house. It offers quilters an outlet to precise themselves and every quilt tells a narrative. 

Quilt Festival hours

Thursday, Nov. 3-Saturday, Nov. 5: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

Sunday, Nov. 6: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Quilt Festival tickets

Seniors 65+, college students and army: $12

Children 10 and beneath admitted free with paying grownup. 

Note to weekend attendees: The Astros will likely be internet hosting Game 6 Saturday evening and probably Game 7 Sunday evening. Minute Maid Park is close to the GRB so parking may very well be a problem. Keep that in thoughts when you’re attending the Quilt Festival or the video games and depart additional time. 

WATCH: 2021 International Quilt Festival

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