Each month during the guild meeting there is some sort of program put on for the members like guest speakers, demos and the like.If you have ideas or suggestions for this part of the meeting, don’t hesitate talking to the members in charge of program or anyone on the executive.


October: There will be no program, as we will be busy preparing for the quilt show!

November: The Quilt Show Boutique Committee will have a sale of any items that did not go to good homes at the show. They don’t want to have to store them for three years, so bring your wallets and spend, spend, spend! There will be no free table in November, either.

December: We’re going to try one more time to have a Christmas Potluck Party! There will be food, games, and Secret Santa. More details closer to the date.


January: Get to know your Board Members. Our Elected Directors will present Mini Trunk Show – it will be fun to learn a little more about them!

January Workshop: April Buttner Collage Workshop. You’ll have a better idea of what we might learn during this workshop in tonight’s program

February: Preemie Quilt Challenge reveal. This year’s theme is TRANSPORTATION. The Donation Quilts Committee said they need more boy quilts and gender-neutral quilts – this is the perfect theme to help bolster their stash for NICU!

March: Back by popular demand, Julie Faulkner will present a trunk show of her many quilts that are NOT Judy Neimeyer patterns.

March workshop: Julie Faulkner with a By Annie bag project. A sample of the bag will be shown well in advance of the workshop.

April: Carolla Russell will join us for a great presentation on choosing and using sewing needles and threads, called The Needle and Eye.

April workshop: Carolla Russell’s Free Motion Success workshop – for those who want to feel more comfortable doing free motion quilting on your domestic sewing machine.

May: To be determined – we will have a Friday presentation and a Saturday workshop, but we’re still working out the details, so no information just yet.

June: Annual Auction