Doors open at 10:00 am for informal visiting and quilting. Meetings and programs start at 11:30 a.m. First Thursdays of the month are Show &Tell; second Thursday is the Regular Business meeting, third Thursday - Program Meeting, Fourth Thursday - Board Meeting.
Evening Meetings are the 1st and 3rd Thursdays from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
The guild was founded in 1979, and has a current membership of 200 women and men.
The Guild makes and donates Service Quilts to benefit charitable organizations within the Anchorage Community. Each September ALCQ hosts "The Great Alaska Quilt Show" (see info in QuiltShows), which features a Small Quilt Auction as the main fund raiser for the guild. Proceeds go to the Education Fund which defrays costs to bring nationally known quilters to Alaska to teach and lecture. This year, ALCQ is hosting John Flynn, and Jinny Beyer is scheduled for 1996. Dues are $20.00 per year.
For more info, please contact Anchorage Log Cabin Quilters, Inc, PO Box 202582, Anchorage, AK 99520-2582.
We have an ongoing service project; making "love patches" (comfort quilts) which are donated to the Department of Youth and Family Service of Alaska. As of this date, we have donated close to 100 quilts. We also made and donated a quilt to be raffled to raise money for the "Arctic Winter Games". These games were hosted by Eagle River in 1995. We offer six to seven classes each year, taught by our talented members. Classes range from beginner to advanced, paper-piecing to applique. We also hold a small quilt auction during July in conjunction with the Eagle River Bear Paw Festival.
The meetings are open to everyone. Please come and join us.
For futher information, please contact us at
Chugach Mountain Quilters Guild
P.O. Box 770086
Eagle River, AK 99577
The guild is in its 16th year and has over 200 members.
We host the quilt division at the Tanana Valley State Fair each year. We hold a quilt show every other year at the Alaskaland Civic Center Gallery. We make many community service quilts. We host national quilting teachers twice a year.
Visitors and new members are always welcome.
You may contact the guild at:
Cabin Fever Quilters Guild
PO Box 83608
Fairbanks, Alaska 99708
For more information contact Carole Green at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact people:Mary McIver 907-.376-5387 and Gloria Snodgrass 907-745-3866. Email messages to Marie Lee at email@example.com.
The guild was organized in 1995 and today has 200 members. It meets on first Thursday evening of each month except for August at St. John's Lutheran Church at 6:30 in Palmer. July picnic and pot holder exchange. Christmas buffet and Ornament exchange. A newletter is published and sent to members each month we meet. We participate in the Alaska Atate Fair. We have a lending library for members. Hold two retreats each year at Miers Lake where we work on our own project free of household chores, kids and spouses. We have classes, leactures and workshops by nationally know teachers and Alaskan teachers. Demonstrations at schools, senior centers and international exchanges. Service quilt projects to various organizations. This year we have and are making quilts for victims of fire at Big Lake. DMV ongoing quilt display. Annual Small Quilt Auction and Sow during Iditarod Restart. Donation of quilting books to local libraries.
Dues are $20 a year. Membership is open to anyone 18 or over. Visitors welcome.
The Estes Valley Quilt Guild has been in existence since September, 1992, and we primarily serve the Larimer County area including Estes Park, Loveland, and Fort Collins, Colorado. However, some of our members come from as far away as Texas, Missouri, Kansas, Arizona, and California. Everyone loves to come to Estes Park, Colorado, in the heart of the Rockies, at the front door of Rocky Mountain National Park!
We have 86 members and meet every second Wednesday of the month. Our meetings always include an interesting program often featuring a hands-on demonstration of some new technique. There is also fun viewing (or participating in) our show &tell after the program.
We meet at 6:30 pm at the Senior Citizens Center; 220 Fourth Street, Estes Park, Colorado. Your first visit is ***FREE*** and we'd love to have you join us during your visit to Colorado. Eight of our members own quality Quilt Shops in the area and another EVQG member owns The Quilt House Bed &Breakfast so you can feel right at home.
If you live in Colorado, you'll enjoy our group. We have terrific programs but we're still small enough to be friendly!
Our memberships are $18.00 per year and you will receive 11 issues of our Newsletter. If your guild would like to exchange Newsletters please contact our Editor: Fran Hofferber, P.O. Box 5146, Estes Park, CO 80517. . . . for membership information, please contact Membership Chairperson: Linda Baldwin, c/o EVQG - Membership, P.O. Box 3931, Estes Park, CO 80517.
If "Snail-Mail" is too slow for information, contact Heidi via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meetings: Second Monday of the Month, 7:00pm
Location: Wheat Ridge Community Center, 6363 West 35th Avenue, Wheat Ridge, CO, (303)421-0700
The Columbine Quilt Guild was organized in January of 1987 to promote the needs of machine and hand quilters. Meetings are held on the second Monday of each month at 7:00 PM in the Wheat Ridge Community Center, 6363 West 35th Avenue, Wheat Ridge, CO. A yearly membership fee of $15.00 is due each January. Guests pay a visitor's fee of $2.00 per meeting. The 1994 Board Members are Linda Bryant, Sue Danielson, Janet Finley, Karen Katamura, Mary Kerker-Rabatin, Mona Lindsey Gollan, Caroline Reardon and Elva Santopietro. The Columbine Quilt Guild newsletter is published six times a year by co-editors - Janet Finley and Mona Lindsey Gollan.
Janet Finley (303)422-3879
Mona Lindsey Gollan (303)650-1651
Monthly meetings Sept. thru May at 7:30PM Latah County Fairgrounds Exhibit Building
Annual Quilt Show held each April
Contact: Terry Johnson-Huhta email@example.com
Our membership has grown from the original 19 members who established the guild in 1991 to approximately 125 members. Our numbers continue to grow with each new meeting. Dues are currently $15.00/year.
With the yearly dues comes the privileges of full membership. You receive a monthly news letter to keep you apprised of all upcoming guild events and news, discounts at local merchants, and the ability to participate in the quilt block of the month contests and our quilt shows. We are a non-profit organization, and the profits of our raffle quilt that is shown at our yearly quilt show goes to help local charities.
We are very proud to host a yearly quilt show in September of each year. In the 1996 show we were able to display over 200 quilts and quilt related items. We were also privileged in having the Keepsake Quilting traveling trunk show which featured their challenge quilt winners over the past several years.
Guild members participate in several auxiliary activities including an informal day meeting, satellite groups, A.B.C. quilts, annual holiday canned food drive, hurrican and flood relief programs, and community exhibits in libraries and festivals.
Many of our quilters have won ribbons, prizes, and recognition at our county fair, as well as contests both locally and nationally. Member's quilts have hung in quilt shows as far away as Kentucky, Missouri, and Pennsylvania. Coos Sand n' Sea Quilters were featured in the September 1994 issue of Lady's Circle Patchwork Quilts magazine. Guild member's quilts were also displayed at an exhibit in the Coos Art Museum in October 1994.
Our guild is dedicated to share, educate and perpetuate the art of quilting. We would love to have you come and join us and to share in the joy of quilting.
If you would like more information please E-Mail us at: COOS_SAND_N_SEA_QUILTERS@JUNO.COM
Or if you need to "Snail Mail" us you may write us at: Coos Sand n' Sea Quilters, P.O. Box 1234, Coos Bay, OR 97420
Hope to see you soon!
Our Guild meets monthly at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 7810 SE 15th, Portland, Oregon. http://caboose.com/cgi-shl/dbml.exe?template=/roboweb/home.dbm&id=605
Civic Club Building
Oak &First Street
Rogue River, Oregon, 97537.
We meet the first and third Monday each month, from 9a.m. to 12noon. Currently there are about 40 active members. This is an informal, but organized group. We have a short business meeting, and the rest of the time is devoted to our projects or working on a group effort. Show and tell and sharing are an important part of the meetings. Each year we make and raffle a quilt, and give all net proceeds to local charities. A few times each year we have a special meeting to make small quilts to donate to area agencies for families and children. We put on an annual quilt show, in conjunction with the Rogue River Rooster Crow event. This is on the last Saturday every June. The quilt show is in the Rogue River Middle School gym. About 100 quilts get hung, and a variety of other crafts are displayed. Entries are invited. The show is neither juried nor judged. Viewers choices are announced.
New members and visitors are welcome. Email for more information to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Covington Quilters was formed in 1994. There are currently 50 plus members and we are growing at a steady rate of one to two members every month. We are interested in promoting the art of quilting and quiltmaking through the use of monthly meetings, satellite groups and workshops. Monthly meetings include a block-of-the-month (with a drawing), a monthly newsletter, guest speakers, fabric exchanges, show and tell, refreshments as well as many other fun projects. We usually have an "Round Robins" going, with a new round starting every few months. Membership is open to anyone interested in quilting. Annual dues are $20 (discount for seniors and juniors). Guests will be required to pay dues after attending two meetings.
General Meetings are held the first Thursday of every month at the Maple Valley Community Center from 7-9 p.m. The address is 22010 S.E. 248th , Maple Valley, WA..
For more information you may contact:
Patti Ritchie - Membership Chairman
18019 S.E. 265th Place
Kent, WA 98042
meet on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month, at the Light of Christ Church, 2400 SW 344th Street, in Federal Way. Our meeting times are: 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. - Social Time or Special class options, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. - General Meetings or Programs.
Our activities include: Community Outreach projects, quiltmaking classes, show and tell, our annual picnic, annual auction, annual Christmas party, quilting retreats, hands-on workshops, raffle quilts, community involvement, block of the month, and round robin activities. The guild was started in January of 1988, and has many members. Our goal are to reach prospective quilters within our community and surrounding areas, to promote fellowship among our fellow/sister quilters, and to hold a quilt show in the Federal Way area! We are a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the art of quilting as well as preserving the heritage of quilt making and quilt appreciation.
If you have any questions or are interested in our group, you can e-mail Pat Brooks at email@example.com, or call Roxane Hepker at 206-661-7895.
In April, 1997 we will be having our 14th Quilt Show. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.