The Pioneer Quilters Guild is a non-profit organization dedicated to the growth and knowledge of quilting techniques, patterns and the history of quilt making.
We meet monthly, eleven months a year. We share ideas, learn from speakers and each other, work on community service projects, enjoy camp, and showcase our work in our annual quilt show. We invite you to join us!
2016 OPPORTUNITY QUILT
“Peppermint & Holly”
Our 2016 Opportunity quilt, “Peppermint & Holly,” was made by one of our mini-groups, the Sewcial Club, coordinated by Barbara Jonas. Members who worked on it include Wendy Ellinger, Pat Graves, Lana LaPlante, Luetta Luman, Diana Meier, Claire Norton, Bobbie Paclik, Valerie Price, and Sally Vandervort. It was beautifully quilted by Lana LaPlante. The quilt measures 70”X70."
We will sell tickets throughout 2016 and draw the winning ticket at our December 5 guild meeting. You need not be present to win.
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The Members only section includes pictures of members, past newsletters, guild roster, listing of officers and board members, and slide shows of our “virtual sewing room tours” from August 2012. Everything else is available without going into the Members Only section.
This year, five of our meetings will feature locally- and nationally-known program speakers, who may also teach workshops for our members and guests. In addition, we have other interesting programs... More…
We have many activities both at meetings and for our members’ benefit. More...
We want to keep the guild relatively small, so membership is limited to 150. We have a waiting list, and we accept new members in January. We welcome guests to our meetings, classes and many of our activities.
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NO MEETING IN JULY!
OUR AUGUST 1 MEETING…
… Mary Boyer will take us on a “Trip Around the World with Child Sewing Machines and City Street Quilts.” The lecture will cover machines from Germany, Japan, France and more.
Guests are welcome to attend any meeting for a $3 guest fee.