We’re Eduardo and Lourdes, Mexicans who are passionate about our country and who deeply value textile work.
We started Quilters de México to organize Patchwork Festivals and Exhibitions in our country, from 2012 to 2020.
Today, our activities are focused on spreading and promoting textile art through the management of national and international exhibitions.
We support textile practices that are respectful of our environment and we promote the creations of indigenous communities.
Our guiding axis is respect and unity among all.

We sew dreams, embroider lives and bring people together.


Latest News

  • The Quarantine Quilt in Houston
    At the beginning of the quarantine in Argentina, Cecilia Koppmann was inspired to begin creating a quilt made of blocks that would accompany her during isolation and keep at bay the feelings of uncertainty and fear. For 60 days in a row, she shared her project through social media, teaching how to make the blocks, …
  • Texas Quilt Museum Show
    15 quilts that represent Mexico were exhibited virtually and live at the Texas Quilt Museum from March 19 to September 20, 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic didn’t stop the Mexican textile artists’ work from shining in the most important quilt museum in the world. The video below shows the ‘My Mexico’ exhibition at the Texas Quilt …