Meets the first Thursday of every month at 6:30pm at First Christian Church, Athens, Al. Friendship, projects, gossip, for further info call 205-351-0420
For more information write:
West Alabama Quilter's Guild
P.O. Box 020059
Tuscaloosa, AL 35402
or contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org (Donna Acker) Phone (205)333-1029
Meets at Lakeside United Methodist Church on the third tuesday of each month. Send e-mail to Sue Garrett at email@example.com for more information. Web page at http://soark.net/~eddijoe/quiltgld.html.
Membership in the Coral Springs Quilters is open to anyone interested in quilting. We have over 120 members with a wide range of experience and interests. Our monthly meetings feature guests speakers, hands-on workshops, and a fabulous lending library! We also offer members weekly quilting bees, charity projects, and fun field trips. We also participate in the Broward Quilt Expo with three other local guilds, in March, every other year. We are working on the next show which will take place March 20-23, 1997.
Meets the 3rd Saturday of each month at Imperial Point Hospital, Auditorium Room B, 6401 North Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale at 12 noon. We are a small group of 42 but growing. We have monthly programs, workshops and lectures and on-going community service projects and a quilt show in odd number years. Dues are $18 yearly. Visitors a welcome.
For further information, contact Guild President, Judy Gutowski at 954-568-0890 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bi-annual quilt show in March of even years, symposium in March of odd years. Programs, areas groups, workshops - our guild promotes learning and sharing.
For information, write P. O. Box 180116, Casselberry, FL 32718-0116 or email Becky: YSCF38A@prodigy.com
The general meeting is held twice a month (except December) at Northside Baptist Church located at 19th Street and Airport Road. The morning meeting is on the 3rd Wendesday @ 9:30 am and the evening meeting is on the 3rd Thursday @ 7:00 pm. We gather at a member's home for a "Sit and Stitch" meeting on the first Wednesday, 9:30 am (Central Time),and the first Thursday, 7 pm (Central Time), of each month. Our service projects include making ABC baby quilts and this year we are making quilts for one ofthe Salvation Army's local shelters. At least twice a year we schedule workshops for our members by nationally known Quilting teachers. We have a Quilt Show every other year, the next being in February,1997, Kaye Wood will be our featured teacher and lecturer during that show. For more information contact Sandy XDTJ76A@prodigy.com OR Sue SueSew@aol.com
Located on West coast of Florida, meets first Tuesday of the month at Jefferson High School in Tampa. Several members have EQ2 and some are on AOL and Quiltnet and Q-xchg. We are looking into a seminar with a spokeswoman from EQ on the EQ2 program. Can contact me, Cheryl Brown at KCBrown3@aol.com or email@example.com
Meetings consist of a social half-hour with refreshments, a short business meeting, a program, show and tell and door prizes. Dues are currently $15 per year but likely to be increased for 1996. We have about 130 members, many of whom have been members since the guild was formed about 15 years ago.
We hold an annual show that is hosted by the Museum of Florida History and hangs for several weeks in late summer. (See quilt show information elsewhere on this web page.) The shows usually consist of quilts from guild members, the community and invitational quilts from the two national workshop teachers we have each year. recent teachers include Nancy Halpern, Cindy Blackberg and Ruth McDowell, who will be returning this November.
For those who cannot make evening meetings, there are about six sit and sew groups that meet on various days of the week. Future plans involve raising money for the Yes Mam! project and expanding our library of over 1,000 volumes to include videos.
For further information, directions on how to find us or just a fun chat about quilting, contact Andi Reynolds, guild president, at (904) 656-9214 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing you!
On the second Monday of each month at 7:00pm Come for FUN, Show In Tell, Block Challenge, Fat 1/4 Swap, &Snacks.
Meets in the cottage at Bulloch Hall every 1st Thursday at 9:30a.m.for coffee and 10:00 meeting. Have about 45 members of all skill levels and welcome visitors and new members. Shirley Deuchler, 770-992-1731 for more info. EMail for guild info:Joan dfcady@IX.Netcom.com
The quilt club meets the first Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the Craft Attic, 2027 Hoods Creek Pike, Ashland, KY (606) 325-1212. For more information or directions to the meeting, either call Donnie Maggard at the Craft Attic, or Nylene Henry, the club President, at (606) 325-3976. We are a very active group and donate quilts to the local police department as "comfort quilts" to be carried in police cars to be given to children or other needy persons in crisis situations.
Meetings every second Monday at 7:00 pm, except July and August. Meetings held at Loffler Senior Center, Chancellor's Run Regional Park.
Faithful Circle sponsors classes and lectures by local and nationally known quilters. We have a bus trip to the Lancaster Quilt Show and a shopping trip to some regional quilting stores. Our biennial quilt show is always a treat and every meeting is a mini quilt show in itself!
For more information, send email to email@example.com.
Our guild is incorporated to foster fellowship and support for beginners as well as advanced quilters in piecing and applique. Membership is $20/ yr. payable at the June meeting. Meetings will be held on 8/5, 9/9, 10/7, 11/11, 12/2 (our holiday party), 1/6, 2/6, 3/7, 4/7, 5/5, and 6/2. Please join us and bring a friend.
Friendship Star publishes a monthly newsletter for its members. The newsletter identifies the speaker for the next monthly meeting, the activities of the various committees, any quilt shows in the area and any workshops that quilters may wish to take.
More information about us is available by checking out our web page at
http://www.his.com/~mks/fsq or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or send snail
Friendship Star Quilters
P.O. Box 8051
Gaithersburg, Maryland 20898
P.O. Box 3121 Hendersonville, NC 28793
The WNCQG was founded in 1982 to provide an opportunity for area quilters to gather together and promote the art of quilting. We have approximately 200 members-- both men and women.
We meet on the third Thursday of each month with alternate day and evening meetings. Meetings may include lectures, slide shows and workshops, and always feature the popular Show and Tell. In addition, each geographic area of the Guild meets monthly to share information and techniques, and work on projects that are donated to the community.
Membership is open to anyone interested in quilts or quilting. Visitors are welcome to attend meetings. (We do not charge a guest fee.)
Please visit our home page: http://www.ioa.com/home/riwax/wncqg.html
Meets quarterly on the 2nd Saturday of the months of February, May, August and November. We meet at 10:00 a.m. at the Murfreesboro Electric Department/Community Room at 205 North Walnut Street in Murfreesboro. "Bee Meetings" are held on the 2nd Saturday of the months in between.
Our guild is just getting started and we want to welcome all that are interested in quilts. We like to say "Friendship Warms the Heart".
For more information, please contact Nancie Dockery, Secretary at email@example.com
New members are actively sought. Questions? call Chris Danuser (540) 948-4279 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We meet the 4th Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the NOVEC community room, 10323 Lomond Drive, Manassas, Virginia. For more information please call Heather Lawless, Vice President, at (703) 330-0945. We are a newly formed guild and welcome all that are interested in quilts and quilting.
Most meetings have a business portion, show and tell, a break, and a guest lecture and/or member program. Show and Tell is inluded to have members share their work in progress, finished quilts, quilts they have acquired or quilt-related items.
Guests are welcome to attend their first meeting free and are encouraged to join when they attend their second meeting. No children are admitted.
For more information
Tidewater Quilters Guild, Inc.
PO Box 62635
Virginia Beach, VA 23462-2635
or e-mail Debbie at Lcupp@erols.com