Quilters meet 2nd Thursday evenings at Trinity Lutheran Church, 7 p.m. Monthly programs vary from presentations, show 'n tell, and hand-on projects. In conjunction with the Convention Bureau, the quilters sponsor a quilt show every other year--1996 is the next show. Of course, all quilters are invited to come join us.
It seemed that another guild would be welcomed. So, after many organizational meetings, in June 1994 RQG was born. We now have over 180 members, and often a waiting list for membership.
We meet on the second Tuesday of every month at 7:30 p.m. at the Wesley United Methodist Church in Naperville, IL. Each month we have a board meeting on the fourth Tuesday of the month, rotating at different board member's homes.
Guests are welcome at all meetings, except the New Year's Party. Guest fees usually apply, with the exception of the annual Miniature Quilt auction where there is no guest fee.
Elections are held at the May meeting, with the newly elected officers sharing one month of office (May to June) with the outgoing officer. Then the new officer is officially inducted at our July meeting. Board offices are: President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Program, Special Events, Newsletter, Publicity, Philanthropy, Hospitality, Library and Membership.
Some of our (new) RQG traditions include:
Plans are starting for a future quilt show or gathering for Spring 1997, although its content and format are as yet undecided.
RQG's goals include:
Our guild meets the fourth Monday of every month at 6:30. There is always a program and show and tell. For more information e-mail me (Tina) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meets monthly, except December,on the fourth Monday evening at 7:30 p.m. and the Tuesday morning following at 9:30 a.m. at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 1145 North Fifth Avenue, St. Charles, Illinois. Monthly speakers are usually nationally known teachers who also conduct workshops. The guild does an annual service project and is open to anyone interested in making or studying quilts.
For more information call Barb Vlack 630-584-9891 or e-mail email@example.com.
We have been meeting regularly, taking turns making quilts for each other, for several years. Entering in quilt shows, service projects, educational outings related to quilting, collecting quilts, and tasty snacks are sidelines for our guild, as we explore and grow within the artistic medium of quilting. We "Sisters of the Cloth" are our own theropy and support group as we collectively meet life's joys and challenges together.
Meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month from September through June in the Community Room of the First State Bank.
The guild sponsors a Quilt show every year in conjunction with the Clay City Pottery Festival. This year's event will be June 8-9, 1996.
Current membership - 25
Everyone is welcomed to join!
For further information contact: Nancy Hyndman at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information please contact:
Mary Ann Drahman, President at 317-844-7093.
We meet the 3rd Thursday of the every month except for August. Dues are $18.00 per year. There is a program at every meeting and a show and tell. We meet at the First Methodist Church (Sept.-Dec.) Seventh and Pine in Michigan City and at the Martin Luther King Center (Jan.-July) MLK Dr. Michigan City, Indiana. If you have questions please contact Susan Hughes (Snail Mail) 522 Westwood Dr. Michigan City, In 46360 email email@example.com
Meets the second Wednesdays of most months (Second Tuesday during Advent and Lent) at Immanuel Lutheran School Cafeteria, 1700 Monticello Park Drive, Valparaiso.
For further information
Mary Persyn, President
We meet the 4th Thursday of every month but Nov and Dec
We have something new and different every month. We enjoy visitors very much. Our average attaendance is 35. For more information, you may e-mail Sheila at firstname.lastname@example.org
We meet the third monday of each month from 7:00-9:00p.m. at the Presbyterian Manor of Salina, 2601 E. Crawford, Salina. Dues are $20.00 per year. The programs at our meetings vary from trunk shows to how-to-do-it workshops. Each year we do a Community Service project resulting in quilts which are donated to a local shelter. New members receive a Silver Needles lapel pin and a 3-ring binder. There is a monthly newsletter as well. Currently, we have @ 125 members.
Meets the fourth Tuesday of each month from 7:00 to 9:00 at the Countryside Christian Church located at 61st and Nall. Visitors are always welcome. Dues are $15 per year.
We meet on the second Tuesday of each month, 1:30-3:30 and 7-9 p.m. We meet at the Downtown Senior Center, 200 S. Walnut. Anyone is welcome to attend twice before joining. Dues are $15.00 per year. We have a major quilt show on even-numbered years (next one's in June, '96.)
We have been around for about 12 or 13 years, and have over 100 members, with around 60 to 70 attending most meetings.
Dues are currently $15.00 per year. In addition to membership, you will receive a monthly newsletter.
Our meetings usually include a short business meeting, then a program, show and tell, block of the month drawing, and door prizes.
Yearly activities include: weekend quilt camp, quilt show with an anual miniature quilt auction, guild challange, secret pals, and a fun activity: the "brown bag challange" (Participants bring 3 or 4 fabrics in a brown bag with their name sealed inside an envelope fastened to the outside of the bag. The bags are enchanged, the envelope is removed, and the recipient's name is written on the outside of the envelope. These are collected and saved. Participants then have 4 or 5 months to make a small wall hanging, top only, with the fabrics in the bag. They are then brought back to guild, and the envelopes are opened, names are revealed, and the tops are given back to the person who originally brought the fabrics. So you get your own fabrics back, but it's a suprise what they have been made into.)
Meets the first Monday evening of the month (except holidays, then 2nd Mon). We are Livingston County's only evening guild. We meet at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Downtown Brighton which is totally handicapped accessible.
Currently we have about 35 members of all skill levels and invite all to join. Visitor's fee is $2 - regular membership is $10/year. Every meeting includes show &tell and lots of fun. Bring something to work on too. We often have mini-classes. Past ones have been foundation piecing, bleaching, pineapples, color wheels and more.
The guild is working on a Michigan Sailboat quilt to be raffled in August, 1995.
For more information, contact Ruth at email@example.com
Meets monthly September thru June, first Thursday of the month in Rochester Community House, 816 Ludlow, Rochester, Michigan 48307. Has national and local speaker's and teacher at meetings at which guest are welcome (fee $5). Workshops are sponsored as well as retreats. Our first quilt show was a great success in 1994. Next show is schedualed for the spring of 1996. Charity projects yearly, varying in nature, challenge quilt projects, 'Blockery' and much more.
For more information contact Darlene Garstecki (810)693-4082
Piecemakers meets every third Wednesday at Second Presbyterian Church (2665 Midland Rd. in Saginaw), at 7:00 pm for social time, 7:30 pm for business. We have 170 members. After a short business meeting, we usually have either a speaker or a member may demonstrate a quilting technique. We sponsor a quilt show every spring that is held at our historical museum in downtown Saginaw. Members recieve a monthly newsletter. For more information, contact Kathy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Loose Threads meets on the fourth Wednesday of every month at 7pm at Hope Lutheran Church at Old Hwy 94 and Pralle Lane. We have a short business meeting, program and show and tell. Guests are welcome, if you want more information you can contact Donna Larson at (314)-928-7080 or e-mail at email@example.com
400 members, monthly meetings (third Saturday, 1 p.m.), monthly newsletter, annual quilt show and conference, quilt raffle, small quilt auction, large library, rental videos, North Dakota Quilt Project (documentation project)
Beavercreek is just east of Dayton. Approximately 100 members. Founded in 1980.
The purposes of the Guild is to share interests in quilts and quilting; to encourage and maintain high standards of design, technique and creativity; in instruct the membership in methods and techniques of quilting; to promote the study of historical sources; to preserve the art of quilting; to stimulate interest in quilting.
1996 Programs - starting in June
June 26 Lecture - Carol Funicelli on Quilted Clothing
July 24 Christmas in July - ornament
August 28 Silent Auction &Short Program
September 25 Challenge - Presentation and voting
October 24 (Thurs.) Lecture - Judy Mathieson
Mariners Compass and Other Nautical Stars
November NO MEETING
December 4 Christmas Party - Optional: Ornament exchange And those with Secret Pals, reveal their identity.
The library has numerous books, magazines and videos available. You will receive a membership card that will allow you to get discounts at some of the quilt shops. We have Friendship groups that meet at different members homes and different times of day and time. Just remember if you have any questions just call, the best time to call is early morning (7-8am) or in the evening (6-9pm); this is at home. You can try and call me at work 513-429-9999; I'm there from 8a-2p, then again from 3p-6p. I know I told you that I work for a dentist, we sometimes have free time between patients, so just try to call. If I'm busy then I can e-mail you that night, if not then we have time to talk before my next appt. comes. HINT: We go to lunch between 2p-3p, so if you try just a few minutes before then I can have lunch there and I can answer any questions you might have.
The Foundry guild is a non-profit organization. The purpose of the Guild is to learn more about the art of quiltmaking, to encourage fellowship and the sharing of ideas, to promote quiltmaking in any way possible, and to give support to the Quilt FoundryShop whenever needed.
Guild members meet on Tuesday evenings, 7-9 and /or Wednesdays, 10-4. Business meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of the month in the Gathering Room of The Quilt Foundry from 7:30-9:00 p.m.
Guests are welcome.
A non-profit organization dedicated to the knowledgeable creation and preservation of quilts, and of the art of quilting. Meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month and are subject to change if in conflict with holidays.
Time: 7:30 PM 1st Tuesday of month
Place: Montgomery Presbyterian Church
9994 Zig Zag Rd
Montgomery OH 45242
June, July, and Sept: Twin Towers Retirement Center (in College Hill)
5345 Hamilton Ave
Cincinnati OH 45224
Send all correspondence to: OHIO VALLEY QUILTERS GUILD
P O BOX 42078
CINCINNATI OH 45242-2078
e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org(Mary Roth)
Visitors are welcome to attend as our guests for two meetings, after which we encourage joining our group of 300+ members. Meetings are typically a short business meeting, show and tell, and a program. Membership is open to all. Annual dues are $20.00. Monthly newsletter, THE OHIO VALLEY STAR, is mailed to members and available for exchange with other guilds.
Meeting Place: Central Presbyterian Church 5101 N. May Okc, OK
For more information contact: JBQUILTOK@aol.com
Our guild is made up of about 45 quilters, ranging from beginners to expert quilters. In addition to interesting and entertaining programs, we make children's quilts for area homeless shelters and youth shelters. This year we made a quilt to be given to the owners of the house Habitat for Humanity is currently building. Another project is stockings for the community "Operation Christmas".
For information, contact Elva Newell email@example.com
meets at the Ramkota Inn, Pierre, in April and September. Next meeting is 3rd Biennial Quilt Show, Saturday, Sept. 16, 1995
Meets the second Tuesday, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., Open Bible Church
Quilt Show at Midland Appreciation Day in September
Meets at members' home once or twice a month. 10th Annual Quilt Show: July 26 &27 with Raffle Quilt, a rich red, green &ivory sampler July 27
Meets the second Thursday, 7:00 p.m., Heartbeat Cafe, Sioux Valley Hospital
For more information, Email me, Jane W. WEIERJANE@MACC.WISC.EDU