Meet twice a month - workshop night is 2nd Wednesday at Asnuntuck
Community College from 6:30pm to 9:00pm and regular meeting is 3rd
Wednesday at the Enfield Central Library from 7pm to 9pm Guild has
just finish two community quilts themed Neighborhood for the
Library to hang in their public meeting room and the other the
college which will hang at the informaiton desk. We are a very active
guild and have lots of hands on programs for the coming year. Join us
call Donalyn Wall at 749-8612 for further information
Greater Hartford Quilt Guild
You can either join as an independent member or affiliate with a chapter.
There are currently 11 GHQG chapters as follows:
Apple Valley Quilters - Southington
Meets 2nd Tuesday, 7:00 pm, Woodmere Health Center, Plantsville
Meets 2nd Friday, 7:00 pm, Bristol Chamber of Commerce Comm. room
Ellington Country Quilters
Meets 3rd Thursday, 7:00 pm, Ellington Ambulance Building
Meets 3rd Wednesday, Sept-June, Enfield Library
Meets 3rd Thursday, 7:30 pm, Sept-June, First Federal Savings, Main St.
Heritage Quilters of Wallingford
Meets 4th Tuesday, 7:00 pm, 4th floor, rec. room, Masonic Home, Wallingford
Newington Schoolhouse Quilters
Meets 1st Monday, 7:00 pm, Senior Center, 120 Cedar Street
Quilters West - West Hartford
Meets 3rd Wednesday, 7:00 pm, Westmoor Park, Flagg Rd, West Hartford
SQ Chapter - Berlin
Meets 1st Wednesday, 7:00 pm, Peck Memorial Library, Berlin
Vernon Nutmeg Quilters
Meets 1st Tuesday, 7:00 pm, Sept-June, St. John's Episcopal Church, Rt 30
West Hartford Quilters
Meets 1st Wednesday, 7:00 pm, Westmoor Park, 119 Flagg Rd, West Hartford
Thames River Quilters Guild
Meets the first Tuesday of each month from September through June, 7pm. at the Old Mystic Baptist Church, Shewville Road, Mystic, Conn. 06355. Activities include speakers, workshops, block-of-the-month drawings, show and tell, raffles, community service projects, quilt shows, quilt bees, and a lot of fun.
Heart of the Valley Quilt Guild
We meet the second Thursday of every month at the Portland
Library from 7:30 until whenever the meeting is over. We have show and tell,
refreshments, guest speakers, activities, and lots of fun. Guests are always welcome free of charge for their first meeting. All meetings are open to guests except June, our annual dinner meeting, and December, our Holiday Party.
Nutmeg Quilter's Guild, Inc.
P.O. Box 714, Ridgefield, CT 06877
The Guild meets the second Wednesday of the "odd" months at St.
Mary's Church. Take Main St. to Catoonah St. in Ridgefield. At the
end of Catoonah, turn right and then left into parking lot.
Doors will open at 6:30 pm. Dues are
$15.00 a year; Guest fee is $3.00. Workshops, lectures, hands-on
meetings, raffles, entry blocks, trips to different quilting events
and places of interest. Many of our quilters enter quilt shows and
some members teach at local fabric shops. The Guild produces a
newsletter, "DisPatch" six times a year.
Farmington Valley Quilters
Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of
the month, from September to June at the Eno Memorial Hall, 754
Hopmeadow Street, Simsbury, CT. Social time at 7 pm, meeting at 7:30.
Annual membership $20.00. Guest fee $3.00. Meetings feature
nationally known as well as in house quilters giving demonstrations,
lectures, and hands-on workshops. All day Workshops, Quilt Challenges,
Friendship Blocks, Service Projects amd Socials are only part of what
membership offers. We welcome everyone who is interested in quilting!
Come join us.
Trumbull Piecemaker's Quilt Guild
Meets on Mondays, once a month for 10 months, 10:45 am at the Trumbull
Library on Quality Street. Workshops, lectures, community service projects,
show &tell, quilt library, and lots more!
Membership: Dues $25.00, guest fee $5.00
The guild produces a monthly newsletter and holds a quilt show, "April
Showers" every other year.
For information contact: Beazie@aol.com
Hands Across the Valley Quilters Guild
Meets monthly September through June
Meetings are held at 1:30 pm on the second Sunday of the month at the
Masonic Hall, Main Street, Amherst, Massachusetts. The guild produces a
quarterly newsletter and holds a quilt show every other year.
This 325 member guild has a large contemporary component. The guild meets
the 4th Wednesday in Sept., Oct., Nov., and Jan. through May for information
regarding membership contact N. Howard, 8 Cogswell Ave. Cambridge, MA 02140.
There is a waiting list, however guests are welcome when accompanied by a
Granville Quilting and Needlework Guild
Meets 3rd Tuesday, 7:00 P.M in the basement of the Granville Church off Route 57 Dues: $10 a year, Also have a Wednesday Meeting Quilt Bee.
Merrimack Valley Quilters Guild
P. O. Box 1435
Haverhill, Massachusetts 01831
The Merrimack Valley Quilters guild is composed of over 180 members --
from young adults to seniors, and beginners to advanced quilters. The
guild was formed in 1980 to encourage and develop the art and craft of
MVQ meets the third Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m., September
through June, in the Holy Angels Church Hall, 8 Atkinson Road (Rte.121
off Rte. 125), Plastow, New Hampshire. Guest meeting fees are $5, and
annual membership dues are $20 ($15 for senior citizens). Membership is
open to anyone with an interest in quilts.
For further information, come to the next meeting, or contact MVQ at
P.O. Box 1435, Haverhill, MA 01831.
The Guild meets the fourth Thursday of the month at 7:30 pm at the St.
John's Parish Center on Church Street in Hopkinton. Activities include
speakers, workshops, fabric raffles, show &tell, community service
projects, and a lot of fun! Annual dues are $12.00.
We are a brand new guild which began in October 1996. New members
Thimble Pleasures Quilting Guild
P.O. Box 387
Mendon, MA 01756
Meetings are held the 3rd Thursday of every month at the Mendon Senior
Center at 7:00 pm. New members are always welcome!
County Line Quilt Guild (CLQG)
Meets on the 2nd floor of Vineyard Metro West
40 California Ave., Framingham, MA
Meetings are held 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month, 7-9 pm.
No meetings held in July or August
New members welcome at any meeting.
Contact: Ellie Bernard, 508-620-0523.
East Coast Quilters Alliance
There are approximately 1000 members to date.
There is unlimited open membership &it includes quilters of all levels.
The membership fee is $10.00 per year
A periodic newsletter is sent 2-3 times a year
Notices on 2 marjor events are sent to members first before being sent to the
For more information write:
East Coast Quilters Alliance
Westford, MA 01886
Meets the second
and fourth Tuesday of every month from September to June.
We meet at 9:30 a.m. in the meeting room of the Tufts Library,
located on Broad Street.
We have a limited membership of 75 due to current fire laws, however
we do take auxilliary members who are first in line to become full
members should there be an opening.
Friendship Knot Quilters Guild
Contact: Sue Degere-Lenhoff
37 Lee Terr.
Williamstown, MA 01267
We meet on the third Sunday of the month at 1:00pm, in the lower room of St. John's Church on Park St. in Williamstown. The meetings which are usually workshops or classes, and are held from Sept. through May. Dues are $5.00 per year and each workshop carries its own nominal fee. New Members are welcome to join at any time.
Capital Quilters' Guild
c/o The Golden Gese
28 South Main Street
Concord, NH 03301
Founding year - 1995
Members - 150+
We meet every second Friday from Sept. to June at the Concord Hospital =
in the Conrad Conference Center. Social time starts at 6:30 PM, the =
meeting begins at 7 PM. Yearly dues are $15. Guests are welcome and pay =
no fee. In our first year we: had: guest speakers, a class with a nationally =
known quilt designer, made nursing home quilts, raffles, workshops, a =
one month Round Robin and a two month Round Robin, a guild membership =
card that allows members to get a discount at local quilt shops, a =
library with 50+ books and magazines, a monthly newsletter and started a =
scrap box (bring one, take one). We also had a mystery shopping trip, =
and got together for various quilt shows as well as a trip to the Quilt =
museum in Lowell, MA. Next year, in addition to a repeat of the many =
activities above, we will have a Block of the Month printed in the =
newsletter, a monthly scrap swap (I hope!), and a trip to Lancaster, PA =
for the show.
New members welcome! Contact Cynthia Harris for more information at =
Cocheco Quilter's Guild
P.O. Box 1154
Dover, NH 03820
Meetings: Third Tuesday of each month except Dec.
Location: First Parish Church, Corner of Central and Silver Streets, Dover
Membership: approx 175
Dues: $15 Includes monthly newsletter
Payment of dues entitles you to discounts on guild-sponsored workshops, and
discounts at local shops.
Quilt Show: Usually 2nd or 3rd weekend in October
Amoskeag Quilters' Guild
Meets in Manchester, NH on the third Friday
of every month except for July and August. Our meetings are held in
the NH Technical College located at 1066 Front St.,
Manchester, NH 03103. Meetings start at 7:15PM and gathering at
6:45PM. A guild with a lot of active members. 95-96 membership
stands at 160 members with an average of 100 members at each meeting.
We hold a bi-ennial quilt show in the even years usually the first
weekend in May. We run a program at each meeting
ranging from a social night to speakers, craft fair, slide show,
challenge evening and whatever we can come up with. One of our
members offers a bus trip each year to Lancaster, PA to view
"Quilter's Heritage" and to tour and shop the Amish countryside.
This same member drives a van to the Vermont Quilt Festival where we
eat a picnic lunch and do some additional shopping in the afternoon.
If you need more information - write to AQG, P.O. Box 4116,
Manchester, NH 03108
Garden State Quilters Guild
Members: over 250
Meets monthly September through June.
Meetings are held at 7:30pm on the 2nd Monday of the month,
except September and October, at the Chatham United Methodist Church,
460 Main Streed (Rt. 24), Chatham, NJ.
The guild produced a bi-monthly newsletter and holds a quilt show
every other year in early November. Next show in 1996.
The Innovative Piecemakers
Meets at the Edison Library, Main Branch every 3rd Tuesday of the month. A
new guild looking to grow - all quilters and quilt lovers invited. Block of
the Month, Challenges and Show and Share, Round robin demonstrations and
lecturers. Community projects includes quilts to women and children in
Contact Kim Citro at firstname.lastname@example.org
Courthouse Quilters Guild
Sanil mail to PO Box 20, Ringoes, NJ. We are having our third show this
October 5-6 at the Prallsville Mills, Stockton NJ. Will have over 200
quilts in a historic site. Second time we've held our show there, and
the accomodations, local scenery (just a couple of miles from New Hope
and Lambertville) and ease of viewing and hanging are miraculous!
Please join us.
South Shore Stitchers
PO Box 1103, Marmora, NJ 08223
NQA Chapter # NJ 326
Meetings: 2nd Monday each month, year-round, 7:30 PM
Location: Tuckahoe United Methodist Church, 118 St. Hwy. 49, Tuckahoe
Other info: Programs every month, including anything from
nationally-known teachers, to things such as our "First or Worst"
Show 'n Tell, with copies of Ami Simms' "How NOT to Make a
Prize-Winning Quilt" randomly awarded (who could choose a "winner"
with THESE choices?). We always have something up our sleeves, and with 75 members, that's a lot of sleeves! During 1995 we held our first Round Robin, with over 25 members participating. This year we expect more. Annual dues (payable in
January) are $15 a year, and include a monthly newsletter, discounts on
workshops, and our annual bus trip to the Quilter's Heritage Celebration
in Lancaster, PA. Visitors are always welcome.
Contact: Merry May email@example.com Phone: 609-628-2231
Rebecca's Reel Quilters of Poricy Park
NQA Chapter: #339 NJ Chapter: #13
Address: P.O. Box 36
Middletown, NJ 07748
Phone: (908) 842-5966
Meeting's held 1st Thursday of the month.
AM meeting: 10:30am
PM meeting: 7:30pm
Moorestown Area Quilters
Meet on the third Wednesday of the month (except July and August) at 7:30 at the Burlington County Y. We are a small but growing guild who value each other's work, no matter what the style. Members range from raw beginners to prize-winning quilters, and we encourage everyone to participate. The next show will be in March 1997 at the Moorestown Presbyterian Church. Monthly newsletter. Each year we also make quilts for the Florence Klemmer House for special-needs children. For information contact Peg Gilson (609) 546-8819 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Located in the North Plainfield/Central Jersey area of New Jersey. NO yearly dues. No formal structure. Just held together by a love for quilting. Have done many service projects as a group as well as friendship quilts. Hold a yearly quilt show (now approaching its 14th year) which raises money for charity and provides money to keep the group going. Some meetings are held at Prints Charming Quilt Shop in Middlesex, NJ. Some meetings are held in homes. Call Ann Eelman at 908-755-7653 or email email@example.com for more infomation.
Log Cabin Quilters' Guild
Newly formed guild in the Lake Champlain Region, meeting 2nd Sunday of each
month, at Maw &Paw Fabrics and Crafts in Altona. Dues $15.00 per year,
Visitors welcome. Meetings are 12:30-2:00, with an optional workshop
following. For more information, contact president, Pamela Damour, 500 Point Au Fer Rd, New York 12919
The Amherst Museum Quilters Guild
150 members, meets the third Thurs. year
round, 7:30 -9:30. We meet at the Amherst Museum, on New Road.(north of
Buffalo, NY) Our membership includes quilters from Canada to Jamestown and
Rochester. We have a Biennial quilt show with vendors, hanging over 300
quilts at the Museum. It will be this May 3-5. We also have a Quilt seminar
every Oct. for four days with four nationally known teachers. Dues are $15 a
year which includes membership to the Museum. We have a monthly newsletter.
For information on quild, show or seminar, call Mary Iannone at Amherst
Museum at (716) 689- 1440 or e-mail NataliePM@aol.com
The Region of York Quilt Guild
Meets in the Aurora Public Library every third Wednesday from September to May at 7.30pm.
We have a wide variety of speakers and workshops available through our
guild of approximately 150 members.
Membership is $25.00 per year. Guests are $5.00 per meeting.
We have a very talented and diverse guild; from members who have won
awards at Quilt Canada to those who are just begining.
For further information please contact Honey@aci.on.ca.
The Quilters Guild of Brooklyn
239 East 5th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11218
Meets the 3rd saturday every month (Sept thru June).
- Viviane Arzoumanian (718) 633-8315
- Sandra McGill
They conduct many group quilting such as block of the month,
historical,aplique, etc. There are workshops, group visits to shows,
fairs, and many other events during the year. Many of the quilters are
in shows regularly and teach at local fabric stores. Membership offers
discount at local fabric stores.
Meets on the first Wednesday of the month at the Canton
Free Library on Park Street at 1PM and 7PM. During the months of May and
October, only evening meetings are held. Visitors are welcome and may
attend 2 meetings prior to joining. Dues are $15.00 per year. Activities
include monthly block exchange, donation quilts for the local women's
domestic violence center, secret quilting pals and a newsletter. Our major
fundraiser is Quilt Camp Star Lake - a quilting weekend held in September
which is open to all interested quilters (as room allows!) For information
e-mail Jo Ann at firstname.lastname@example.org.
East Side Quilters
Meet 1st wed and 3rd tues of each month at the Castleton
Ambulance Bldg. Rt 150 Castleton, NY. Wed meetings are bring your own
project/problems or work on group projects night. Tuesday meeting is
business meeting and program night. We have about 35-40 members and have
been meeting since 1992. Very enthusiastic group with lots of participation
in all our activities -- charity quilts, block exchanges, block of the month,
road trips, donation quilt, demos, workshops etc. For info contact
Perinton Quilt Guild
42 East Avenue at the Crossman Community Center
Fairport, NY 14450
Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays from September through May
at 7:30 PM. Dues: $10.00 per year. Holds quilt show every other year with
raffle quilt. Lending library of magazines, books &supplies; friendship
square exchange; challenge quilts. Program meetings alternated with work
session/quilt basting meetings. Membership gets discount at local
quilting/fabric stores. Publishes yearly directory; distributes
block-of-the-month patterns. Very friendly group. 1995/1996 President is
Heather Woytash at (716) 377-6104.
Towpath Quilt Guild
Meets the second Tuesday of each month at the United
Methodist Church of Fayetteville, New York, The 90 plus membership includes
inexperienced quilters as well as master quilters. The /guild maintains a
comprehensive lending library. The Guild presents programs and workshops by
well-known quilting teachers, engages in a number of projects for local
agencies, and holds a quilt Show every two years. Annual dues are $20. We
are a member of the New York Quilters' Consortium. For more information
contact Musiqui@aol.com or Petedolly@aol.com
Small, enthusiastic guild meets the first Tuesday of each month at
the Centerport United Methodist Church, Little Neck Road, Centerport,
NY at 7:30 P.M. Programs are a mix of workshops and speakers. Holds
Quilt "Day Camp" for members and guests on a Saturday in spring. New
Tompkins County Quilters' Guild
Meets twice a month
Meetings are held on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month, at the
Women's Community Bldg, downtown Ithaca, 7:30-9:30PM. One meeting per month
is a program mtg; the other, a work meeting. It is a diverse group,
including women quilters of many age groups, all skill levels, and various
preferences as to quilting techniques. Visitors are always welcomed. The
guild publishes 10 newsletters each year, was a founding member of the
Consortium of NY State Quilt Guilds, and sponsors a biennial quilt show
(usually hanging about 200 pieces). The 1976 Bicentennial Quilt Exhibit of
the TCQG has been cited by quilt historians as "one of the principal events
that started the big quilting revival which continues today".
For more information, contact Melissa Fowler at email@example.com
Calico Geese Quilters of Sullivan County
NQA Chapter NY433
Cornell Co-operative Extension
69 Ferndale-Loomis Road
Liberty, NY 12754
Meeting are held twice a month, on the second Monday and the
fourth Saturday. We have a monthly Newsletter, a yearly Raffle
Quilt and an Annual Challenge. Members have been involved in an
ongoing Community Service Project that has produced (to date) 424
crib quilts for our local Public Health Nursing Department. The
PH Dept. distribute these quilts to needy children in our
community. Our members have a wide variety of skills from
beginners to advanced.
For more information e-mail Lori Nixon at firstname.lastname@example.org
This guild meets on the second Saturday of the month (except in July and
August) at The David Dubinsky Student Center of FIT on 27St. and Eighth Ave.
in Manhattan beginning at 1 PM. There are over three hundred men, women and
children who are active members of this guild. The Empire Quilters are
planning a quilt show to be held on March 8 and 9, 1997 at the NY Army
National Guard Armory 68 Lexington Ave (at 26th St).
For information about the guild contact The Empire Quilters at Grand Central
Station, PO Box 2903, NY, NY 10163-6019
Champlain Valley Quilters' Guild of New York
c/o S. Fracalossi
PO Box 1527
Plattsburgh NY 12901
over 150 members, meets 4th Weds of each month, monthly block
raffle, Quilt Show this August 19 &20, 1995 - Clinton Community College Rt 9
Plattsburgh NY 12901
The Genesee Valley Quilt Club
Organized in 1936 with 10 women
Dues were $1 a year. We now boast a membership of around 200, give or take a few
quilters. At least 100 show up for most meetings, which are held on the second
Thursday of each month, September through June, from 10 a.m. to about 2 p.m. at the
First Baptist Church. 175 Allens Creek Road, Rochester, N.Y. Our current dues are
$8 per year and include a monthly newsletter about guild news and happenings as well
as profiles of our membership, which includes nationally known quilter Becky Herdle,
who just published the book "Time Span Quilts" published by AQS, and Ruth Norton, who
has been a featured quilter in several quilt collection books. We have a large, diverse
and prolific membership that displays its work one day a year at our annual show. As a
guild,we have also participated in a number of service projects, including making a
number of ABC quilts and making quilts for our local shelter for battered women. If you're ever in the Rochester area on the second Thursday of the month, stop by. We love to meet new quilters! Piece, Rhonda
Eastern Long Island Quilter's Guild, Inc.
P.O. Box 332, Riverhead, NY 11901
The Guild meets the first Wednesday of each month (no January
meeting) at the Southold Town Recreation Center in Peconic. (Please
check ahead, as some meetings are held on the first Friday of the
month). Doors open at 7 pm, business meeting begins at 7:30 pm.
Vendor Available. Program begins at 8 pm with lectures and
"hands-on" workshops. Membership is $20 annually. Guest fee is
$2.50. Show and tell, huge library (books, patterns, videos), quilt
research committee, used magazines sales, block of the month, ABC
quilts, membership discounts, quarterly newsletters, charm exchange,
bus trips and more. Annual conference and show held the second
weekend in June. Our meeting place is available to guild members on
the third Sunday of each month for free workshops "members teaching
members" and/or quilting individually.
For more information contact Publicity Chairperson Cynthia Caprise at
6565 Bridge Lane, Cutchogue, NY 11935-1118 (516) 734-7538 or e-mail
North Country Quilting Guild
The ncqg meets the 4th tuesday of each month (except june, july, august
and dec.) At North Elementary School, E. Hoard St., Watertown,Ny. Guild
meetings include speakers, classes and always show and tell. Ncqg has
over 100 members and sponsers a quilt show every other year.
Westfield Quilters Guild
Formed over three years ago and has a membership of about 90
quilters from the surrounding rural area. We meet the fourth Monday of
each month at the Westfield YWCA. Meetings usually include a short
business meeting, show and tell, block of the month raffle and a
program. Meetings start at 7:30 p.m. and membership is open. Annual
dues are $10.00.
Main Line Quilters
Nn NQA Guild that meets monthly (except July and August) in Berwyn,
Pennsylvania. The guild has excellent programs, show and tell, and an ongoing program of charity quilts. The meetings are held at the Berwyn United Methodist Church on the third Friday of each month. New members are welcome. Contact Beryl Kuntz, Membership Chair on email at email@example.com or write to Main Line Qullters, P.O.Box 268, Devon, PA 19333
Quilt Crafters of Northeastern Pennsylvania
an NQA Chapter
Meetings the second Thursday of each month at
the United Methodist Church of Chinchilla, Pennsylvania. Where is
Chinchilla, you ask? Just 7 miles from Scranton. We are open to new members
and currently have a group of about 50 women.
The Crazy Quilters Quilt Guild
An NQA guild serving the greater
Lehigh Valley of eastern Pennsylvania. Come this September the
guild will celebrate its fifth anniversary. From an initial group of
20 women the guild membership has grown to nearly 100.
Monthly meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month in the Coplay Fire Hall, 165 Cherry Street, Coplay. The timetable for the meetings is changing now, but I believe I'm correct in saying the program begins at 7 pm, refreshments at 8 and then the business meeting.
Workshops, bus trips, guild shows, guild challenges, community service
projects, raffle quilts . . . these are just a few of the varied activities of
these women. The guild includes quilters of all skills and abilities . . . and
Lebanon Quilters Guild
Meets at Cornwall Manor, Cornwall, PA, First Monday of the month at 7:30 PM
For more information contact: Claudia Lawrence 717-274-3169
Valley Forge Homestead Quilters
King of Prussia
meets 3rd Tuesday of every month at 7pm
Good Shephard Lutheran Church
corner of Henderson and Valley Forge Rd
King of Prussia PA
Lebanon Quilters Guild
Meets the first Monday of every month in the Freeman
Hall of Cornwall Manor at 7:30 p.m. Membership is $15 per year with visitors
welcome. We also have junior memberships available for those under age 16.
Meetings alternate between show and tell, lectures, and hands on projects.
Other acivities include block of the month, charm squares, and secret pals.
For more information e-mail JLSQUILT@aol.com for more info
Calico Cutters Quilt Guild, Inc.
P.O. Box 114
Newtown Square, PA 19073-0114
Membership is 150. Meetings are held the second Wednesday of each month, 9:30
a.m., at the Willistown United Methodist Church on Route 3 between Routes 926
and 352 (between Newtown Square and West Chester) and include lectures by well
known quilters, workshops, and an annual luncheon in March. A newsletter is
published monthly. Our members consist of all levels from beginner to
professional. We have given three shows in the nine years since we have been
established, and have several bees meeting regularly in members' homes.
Quilters Of The Roundtable
Meets in Philadelphia, PA on the 3rd sunday at 2 p.M. On the
30th floor of kennedy house, 19th &jfk blvd. Motto is "each one,
teach one". Goal is to promote african american quilting. All are
welcome. Dues are $15. Annually. Group exhibits locally, make
charity quilts, teach community groups, etc. Each meeting includes
swaps, reviews, lectures, and programs of techniques and strategies
taught by members and guests. Light refreshments and show and tell
are always fun. Join us.
The Carnegie Threads Quilting Club
Started in 1990
Meetings every tuesday 7:00pm
Room 100 Smith Hall, on the Campus of Carnegie Mellon University
The function of the Carnegie Threads Quilting Club is to promote
quilting, and to provide an environment in which quilters can gather to
join with other quilters, to share ideas and learn more about their
craft. We are a very informal group. Most of our meeting time is spent
working on individual projects. The main purpose of our meetings is to
have time at least once a week to actually work on quilting and enjoy
the company of other quilters.
Begining lessons are taught the first tuesday of every month. There is a
one time charge for materials at this time. Otherwise, there is no dues.
CTQC is a recognized, non-funded club at Carnegie Mellon University and
is open to anyone who enjoys quilting or would like to learn to quilt.
We welcome those not associated with Carnegie Mellon also.
For more information send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our web
page at http://www.contrib.andrew.cmu.edu/org/quilt/home.html
Three Rivers Quilters, Inc.
PO Box 97711
Pittsburgh, PA 15236
165 members meet the third Tuesday of the month at 7:30 PM at Baldwin
Community Methodist Church. The annual quilt show is in April. For
further information, contact email@example.com
Meets the Third Thurdsay of the month (except June and
December) at the Presbyterian Church of Portersville. Membership covers
Butler, Beaver and Lawrence counties. Church doors open at 6:30; business
meeting is at 7:00, with program and refreshments following.
We are a small, but growing guild, with a wide range of talent (including one
"non-quilter" who isn't sure which end of a needle to thread!) Our charter
states that we are people who are interested in "... the enjoyment of
quilting." Please come enjoy with us.
More information: ClariceS8@aol.com
Centre Pieces Quilt Guild
an NQA Chapter
Meets the 2nd Tuesday of Sept, Nov, Dec, Jan, Mar, May and June at 7:30 pm at
the Free Methodist Church, 848 N. Science Park Road, State College, Pa. Dues
are $10 a year.
Activities include a quilt camp, trips, workshops, quilt show at Penn. State,
fat quarter drawing, challenge quilt, and a dozen special interest groups. New
members are welcome. Email: Bonnie Brown at
Loyal Hannah's Quilt Guild
512 Chestnut St.
"Preserving the Art of Quilting through Education and Service."
48 current members, everyone welcome. Meetings held every Tuesday,
9:30am - 2pm. Service projects, Christmas in July, Holiday Challenge,
Annual Quilt Show.
For more information please contact:
Joan Taylor (412)639-9541
Ches-Mont Loose Threads Quilters' Guild (or "Loose Threads")
Meets on the first and third Wednesday of each month, with a special meeting
on the fifth Wednesday. We meet at 9:30 am at the United Church of Christ in
Spring City, PA. We do have babysitting available in the church playroom for
one dollar per hour. Dues are ten dollars and guests are always welcome. We
are a fairly small guild, but our members and activities are great! Eileen
Frankil has more membership information (610) 489-4804. Or e-mail
Carbon County Quilter's Guild
newest guild in NE PA, 30 members
contact: Debra S Ranck
43 East Ludlow Street
Summit Hill, PA 18250
Meeting 2nd Friday monthly at 7pm St. Pauls UCC, Summit Hill
Tiadaghton Quilt Guild
Meetings are the Second Wednesday of each month at the United Church of
Christ 200 East Third Street at 7:30pm
The guild does many charity project, a guild retreat, guest speakers at
meetings, and small group activities. All levels of quilters are
encouraged to come and join us.
Contact Pat Coulter at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information