Guild Meetings

  • January 11

  • February 8

  • March 8

  • April 12

  • May 10

  • June 14

  • July 12

  • August 9

  • September 13

  • October 11

  • November 8

  • December 13

2022 Meeting Schedule


Upcoming Speakers

2022 Upcoming Programs Information

Meetings, presentations and presenters as well as Zoom vs. In-person delivery are subject to change sometimes with little to no notice though we try very hard not to let that happen.

January 11

Our meeting and presentation will be via Zoom. Members will receive an email with the appropriate link prior to the meeting.

Our presenter Jane Bromberg is offering: A fun filled fast hour of tips and tricks that help you organize your projects to sew more efficiently. Learn about non-sewing items that can be used to streamline your process. Most of the items featured are budget friendly so you can buy more fabric!

February 8

Our presenter John Manning, genealogist.

March 8

Our presenters Mary Kay Fosnacht and Karen Hansen will be talking about their inspiration, design process and techniques followed by Q&A. 

April 12

Our presenter Reeze Hanson will be offering: "Sacred geometry ascribes symbolic and sacred meanings to certain geometric shapes and certain geometric proportions. It is associated with the belief that a god is the geometer of the world." (Wikipedia)  It encompass the religious, philosophical, and spiritual beliefs that have sprung up around geometry in all  cultures during the course of human history.  The geometry used in the design and construction of religious structures, sacred spaces, art and cosmology is said to have its roots in nature and philosophy.  This program looks at ways in which sacred geometric design principles find application in the quilting world. Includes a trunk show and power point lecture illustrating sacred geometric principles and their application in quilt design.  Explore the Fibonacci spiral, Kepler's Platonic Solids, and the Vitruvian Man by Leonardo da Vinci as they find their way into some other-worldly quilt designs.

May 10

Debbie Wendt, Teaching the World to Quilt

June 14

Laura Piland, Batiks Go Modern

July 12

The quilt will be enjoying finger foods and Barn Quilting activity by Shari Pine and team!

August 9

Judy Vore, Lonely Quilt Club

September 13

Linda Bratten, Photo Transfer lecture discussing a variety of products available to transfer photos and provide samples to show.  I will also give the tips and techniques to enlarge your photos.

October 11

Amy Barikman, Pearl Button Lecture

November 8

Guild dinner, pantograph & more!

December 13

School House Make and Take!