Guild Information



Welcome to the McCall's Quilting Guilds page!

We want to encourage and support community quilting and to do that, we've created this page to communicate about local activity.

If you know of a quilt guild in your area, please e-mail with "Guilds and Shows" in the subject line.






Lick Skillet Quilt Guild

Membership is open to anyone willing to pay the annual dues. Dues are $25.00 for regular members, $20.00 for senior citizens, and $15.00 for youth members. Members are encouraged to attend meetings, work on guild committees, and participate in guild activities and quilt shows.

Our guild has programs from local or national teachers, trips such as Shop Hops, sew days, challenges and projects, and community service projects to support the local communities and organizations. We hold a quilt show on even-numbered years. We welcome anyone to become a member of our group.


   Oxford Civic Center
   401 McCullars Lane
   Oxford, Alabama
       Second Monday of the month at 6 p.m. (refreshments and fellowship from 5:30-6 p.m.)


Sierra Vista

Hummingbird Stitchers Quilt Guild (1975)
PO Box 1326
Sierra Vista, AZ 85636

A wonderful guild of 140 members. They host a quilt show every February with 150 - 200 quilts on display. The guild provides education and an opportunity for community service. (They donated 200+ quilts to the community last year.)

   President: Susan Ritter

   Community Church of Christ
   240 N. Hwy. 90
   Sierra Vista, AZ 85635
       First Monday of the month at 6 p.m. and 9:30 a.m. every Wednesday



Tucson Quilters Guild (1977)
PO Box 14454
Tucson, AZ 85732-4454

A wonderful guild of over 700 members. They host the largest quilt show in Arizona every January with over 300 quilts on display and 45+ vendors. The guild provides comfort and caring through quilts to over 30 local charity groups throughout Tucson each year.

   President Kathy Harris

   St. Francis Cabrini Church
   3201 E. Presidio
   Tucson, AZ
       Second Wednesday of the month, and the Tuesday evening prior

There is a guest fee of $3.00. The guild hosts 8 national speakers each year, with lectures and workshops from each.




Eureka Springs

The Eureka ! Quilters are a small (25) and eclectic group of quilters, whose purpose is to keep the art of quilting alive with educational programs and also help our fellow man with various service projects. We have a yearly Retreat, service projects, and challenges to stretch our quilting muscles. Quilt shows are held every 4-5 years.

   Lone Star Bible Church south of Eureka Springs on Highway 23S
   Second Wednesday of the month
   10:00 am





The Redwood Empires Quilters Guild currently has over 125 enthusiastic and fabulous quilters.

   Redwood Empires Quilters Guild

   Redwood Acres Fairgrounds
     First Thursday of the month


San Francisco

The San Farnacisco Quilter's Guild currently has over 250 enthusiastic and fabulous quilters! Membership includes: General meetings, subscription to Quilter's Cables (our monthly newsletter), access to the Guild's Lending Library, special discounts from our affiliates, opportunity to display quilts in our quilt show, potential mentorship with other guild members, Saturday Sewcials (workshops taught by guests/guild members), Show & Tell, and a Quilt Away Retreat.

San Francisco Quilt Guild
PO Box 27002
San Francisco, CA 94127

    Third Tuesday of the month



Guild makes community quilts.

Grapevine Quilters Guild of Mendocino County (1987)
PO Box 1825
Ukiah, CA 95482

   Helen White
   (707) 468-0921

   Elks Lodge on Hastings
   Ukiah, CA   
       First Wednesday of month, 6:30 p.m.




Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs Quilt Guild (1987)

Guild makes charity quilts for children 0-18 years being interviewed/examined after reports of abuse through Safe Passage.

   Colorado Springs Senior Center
   1514 North Hancock
   Colorado Springs   
       Second Thursday of the month

Guests are asked to bring $5 to attend meetings.



Rocky Mountain Wa Shonaji Quilt Guild (1994)
PO Box 370405
Denver, CO  80237-0405

The guild celebrates diversity within their group. However, they represent interests in quilt making and other fiber arts from an African American perspective. They stress education – their motto being “Each One Teach One.”

   Joanne Walton, President (303) 463-5336


   2350 Arapahoe Street
   Denver, CO 80205
       First Saturday of the month, 10:30 a.m. (unless holiday, then second Saturday)

All are invited to attend. Dues are $30.00 per year.



Arapahoe County Quilters (1987)
PO Box 5357
Englewood, CO 80155

A group of quilters who enjoy quilting or would like to start learning to quilt, who want to grow and learn about quilting through the fellowship and friendship of other quilters. This group is not exclusive to the makers of quilts, but includes all who find interest and worth in the collection and preservation of our fiber arts and heritage.

   First Plymouth Congregational Church
   3501 S Colorado Blvd
   Englewood, CO
       Second Thursday of the month

There is a guest fee of $6.00. Arapahoe County Quilters (ACQ) engages in a variety of activities that benefit their members, as well as our community. In addition to their general meetings, they sponsor a biennial quilt show, host local and national speakers, and support several charitable programs.


Estes Park

Estes Valley Quilt Guild (1993)
PO Box 3931
Estes Park, CO 80517

   Mary Ann Jobe (970) 577-1200

   Good Samaritan Village Dining Room
   Estes Park
       Second Wednesday of the month, 6:45 p.m.

$5.00 visitor fee. Show ‘n tell items are always welcome. The guild has an annual retreat for members each March and they get together to work on projects as well as offering occasional classes and workshops.

Grand Junction

Sunset Slope Quilters (1986)
PO Box 1521
Grand Junction, CO  81502
(Members only website)

Guild has lots of community service programs. In 2010, they donated 161 quilts to "Toys for Tots." Also, over 150 stockings were donated to children in the child welfare services system. In addition, they send handmade quilts to members with cancer. 

   Phyllis Burdick, President

Meetings (Sew Days):  
   American Lutheran Church
   632 26 1/2 Road
   Grand Junction, CO 81502
       Second Wednesday of the month, 9:15 a.m.

Visitor fee of $3.00. There is a monthly newsletter, and a book and pattern library. They have a block-of-the-month project, and they participate in the county fair. Each meeting includes a "show and tell" for members to share their quilt projects. The guild has 220 members and is the largest guild in Western Colorado.


Highlands Ranch

Firehouse Quilts of Colorado, Inc. (2003)
PO Box 630463
Littleton, CO  80163-0463

Guild is a nonprofit charity with a focus on helping children in crisis. They support snuggle quilts, non-emergency organizations supporting children in crisis, the Douglas County Battered Women’s shelter, and Denver Health’s Newborns in Need program.

   Dusty Darrah (303) 683-6455

Meetings (Sew Days):  
   Highlands Ranch Recreation Center
   8801 S. Broadway
   Highlands Ranch, CO 80126
       First Wednesday of the month, 4:30 p.m.–8 p.m.
       Third Thursday of the month, 12:30 p.m.–4:30 p.m.

Bring machines, cutting supplies, etc. and sew/quilt. New visitors and volunteers are welcome! If a visitor would like to attend, they should bring their machine. They will be given a free kit to start a quilt top.



S & B Quilters' Guild
P.O. Box 803

Hotchkiss, CO 81419

Business meeting is at 9:00 a.m., with Sew & Share and refreshments following along with the program. Our July meeting is a potluck held in Cleland Park, located in Delta, CO. August we do not meet because it is Delta County Fair Time. Our December meeting is our Holiday potluck held on the 1st Saturday of the month. Check the monthly calendar in the left legend of our website for meeting dates and locations, and events. We sponsor the Cabin Fever Quilt Show that is held on the odd year. Membership is open to anyone who has interest in quilts. Visitors and New Members are welcome. Dues are $25 per year.


   Memorial Hall

   North 1st St. & Main St.
   Hotchkiss, CO



Longmont Quilt Guild (2006)
PO Box 6692
Longmont, CO 80501

Guild has a speaker or special program at each monthly meeting.

   Sue Ellis

Meetings (Sew Days): 
   First Lutheran Church
   803 Third Avenue
   Longmont, CO
       Second Tuesday of the month, 7–9 p.m.

If a visitor would like to attend, just bring yourself.


Anvil Points Quilt Guild (2000)

   Gloria Elliott
   (970) 625-3899

   Lowell Building
   200 East 4th Street
   Rifle, Colorado
       First Tuesday of the month, 1 p.m. (Business Meeting & Program)
       Third Tuesday of the month, 1 p.m.
       Fifth Tuesday of the month, 1 p.m.





Quilters of Alachua County Day Guild
PO Box 357012
Gainesville, FL 32635-7012

QACDG is a not-for-profit organization with more than 100 members. Each month QACDG presents a program that will enhance the quilting experience for quilters of every skill level and quilting specialty.  A wide range of bees address the needs and interests of quilters of all stripes.  QACDG offers an extensive program of community service, community outreach, and quilting education.  We welcome visitors!

   Jean Rosell, President
   Genie White, Vice President, Membership

   Westminster Presbyterian Church
   1521 NW 34th Street
   Gainesville, FL
       First Thursday of the month





Chattahoochee Evening Stars Quilt Guild


North Park Senior Center
   13450 Cogburn Rd.
   Alpharetta, GA 30004
      First Monday of the month (except September) 6:30 p.m.-9 p.m.




Raintree Quilters Guild, Inc.
NQA Chapter 386 Indiana 18

Promoting the Art of Quilting. We present a biennial quilt show and are active in presenting the Tri-State Quilt Day.

We have provided many quilts to deserving organizations in our area and we host nationally known quilting teachers who lecture and teach both new and traditional techniques to our members.

Membership dues are $15 per year. Our fiscal year begins July 1st and dues are due at the regular July meeting. Those joining after January 1st pay $7.50 dues for the remainder of the current fiscal year.



Northwest Iowa

Sioux Prairie Quilters' Guild

Meet once a month in the summer, and twice in the winter. Everyone from beginners to experienced quilt artists are welcome.

   Pat Jongewaard, President


North Iowa

North Iowa Quilters' Guild


   First Covenant Church  
   410 S. Ohio  
   Mason City, IA
      Second Wednesday of the month, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.



Red River Quilters (1983)
PO Box 4811
Shreveport, LA 71134-0811

Our guild has more than 230 members and meets monthly. The meetings include announcements, a program or demonstration and show and tell. We hold a quilt show annually on the first weekend of October, featuring 200+ quilts  in judged show and special exhibits. Our service projects include sewing and donating comfort caps for cancer patients; making and donating lap quilts for sick children at area hospitals; and sponsoring a Children's Sewing Day as an activity of the Red River Revel Arts Festival youth events.


   Broadmoor Presbyterian Church
   1915 Grover Place
   Shreveport, LA 71105
       First Monday of the month at 1 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.




Baltimore Heritage Quilters' Guild
PO Box 4062
Lutherville, MD 21094

Baltimore Heritage Quilters' Guild, founded 1984, currently has about 130 members.

   Woodbrook Baptist Church
   25 Stevenson Lane
   Baltimore, MD
       Second Tuesday of the month, 7 p.m.


Nimble Fingers Quilters

Our lively group of 130 quilters meets monthly. We share show and tell, lunch, and enjoy lectures and workshops from nationally known quilters. Our quilting for others efforts benefit Habitat for Humanity and Project Linus. 


   Potomac Community Center
   11315 Falls Road
   Potomac, MD 20854
  First Monday of the month, September through June





Pinetree Patchworkers Quilt Guild

Lord of Life Lutheran Church
6190 Fairview Road
Baxter, MN 56425

Pinetree Patchworkers Quilt Guild meets on the first Monday evening of the month at 6:30 p.m. at the Lord of Life Lutheran Church, 6190 Fairview Road, Baxter, MN 56425.





Lake of the Ozarks Cabin Fever Quilt Guild
PO Box 839
Camdenton, MO 65020

A fun group of members at all levels of quilting, new to experienced.  We host a quilt show every three years and make quilts for various communty and national events.  We have two meetings a month with education opportunities at each.

   Linda O'Connor, President

   Camdenton United Methodist Church
   340 W US Hwy 54
   Camdenton, MO 65020
      Second and fourth Thursday of the month, 10 a.m.





The Courthouse Quilters of Hunterdon County (1988)

Established in 1988, the guild is dedicated to preserving our quilting heritage by promoting fellowship among those who love to make and collect quilts.  The guild organizes educational activities, charitable projects and a biannual quilt show.  Members range from novice quilters to national award-winners.



   Darcy Lodge
   Route 513 
   Frenchtown, NJ

   Second Sunday of the month, 6:30 p.m.





Pecos Valley Quilters Guild

The Pecos Valley Quilters meet every Wednesday throughout the year except on holidays. Our business meeting is the first Wednesday of each month beginning at 10:00 a.m. and includes our famous "Drag and Brag" showing of member's accomplishments. Classes that feature new patterns, techniques and designs are scheduled on the third Wednesday of the month. On the fourth Wednesday we work on our "Quilts from the Heart" charity quilts. Other activities are planned throughout the year. Annual dues are $20.00. Guests and visitors are always welcome.



   Roswell Adult Center
   800 N. Missouri Ave. 
   Roswell, NM 88201




Clifton Park

Quilt North Quilt Guild (1996)

We are a group of over 200 members who enjoy and are interested in learning more about quilting.  We generally have a lecture each month with a workshop the following day.  We sponsor bus trips to various quilting destinations.  We have an active charity quilt program as well.  See our website for more information about our activities and contact information.

   Shenedehowa United Methodist Curch
   971 Rt 146
   Clifton Park, NY
       First Monday of the month (except September, second Monday), 7 p.m.





Lake Norman Quilters

We are a friendly, informal, fun-loving group. Anyone interested in learning more about quilting is welcome to attend. We offer guest speakers, classes, and many other fun events during the year. We host a quilt show every other year.

   Centre Presbyterian Church in Mooresville, near I-77 Exit 33
       Fourth Tuesday of the month, 7 p.m.

Morehead City

Crystam Coast Quilters' Guild

The Crystal Coast Quilters' Guild is a non-profit organization of quilters in eastern North Carolina dedicated to furthering the art of quilting. Since 1982, guild members have included quilters from several counties near Morehead City, as well as out-of-state members. In addition to hosting the biannual Crystal Coast Quilt Show, members make and donate quilts to support local community charitable projects. The guild is committed to education and sponsors several workshops throughout the year, in addition to programs presented at the monthly meetings. Membership is open to the public. 



Gaston County Quilter's Guild

All Quilters are welcome. Our group has a program with lecture and demos every month, and supplement with BOM, mystery quilts, classes and charity work days.

   (704) 263-5870

   Woodlawn Baptist Church
   1101 N. Main St
   Lowell, NC
       Fourth Monday of the month, 6:30 p.m.





Oregon Coastal Quilters

This 170-member guild meets monthly.

  2315 North Coast Highway
  Newport, Oregon
    Second Thursday of the month



Westside Quilters Guild

We welcome all quilters from beginner to professional. Our focus is on charity, education, and community, and our quilt show is held in odd numbered years. WQG provides workshops, speakers, small groups, and retreats for members. Find out more about us at .

   Newlife Baptist Church
   3440 E Main St
   Hillsboro, OR
       Third Monday of the month, 6:30 p.m.





Endless Mountains Quilt Guild

Guild meets the second Thursday of the month, no meeting in July.
Meetings begin at 10:00 a.m. on odd months and 7:00 p.m. on even months.
Dues $30 a year.  We offer bus trips, national, regional and local teachers, and special events.

   St. John Lutheran Church
   207 Hopkins Street
   Sayre, PA




Bear Creek Quilt Guild (1992)
PO Box 1322
Keller, TX 76244-1322

The purpose of the guild is to preserve and encourage the art of quilting; to provide instruction for its members and education for the public, and to be a gathering place for people with this common interest.

   Michelle Lewis
   (871) 741-5792

   First United Methodist Church of Keller
   1025 Johnson Rd
   Keller, TX 76248
       Third Tuesday of the month



Wanna Be Quilters

   Sue Singletary
   Kirbyville, TX 75956

   Roganville Baptist Church
   FM2245 (South of Jasper, TX)
   Kirbyville, TX
       Fourth Thursday of each month, 9 a.m.





Patches 'n Pieces Quilt Club

In the 35 years since its inception, Patches ‘n Pieces has evolved into a group of more than 100 members interested in promoting the art of quilting through education and community service. We are a diverse group of individuals with different levels of experience spanning all ages, genders, and demographics.  United by our passion for the magic of fabric and thread, we always welcome new members. Membership includes access to our lending library, mentorship by senior members, show and tell at our bi-monthly meetings, opportunity to enter quilts in our triannual quilt show, and much more.

   St. Thomas More Catholic Church
   3015 Roundelay Road
   Lynchburg, VA
       First and third Fridays of each month: 9:30 a.m. social gathering, 10 a.m. official meeting start time



Star Quilters Guild (1981)

The Star Quilters Guild numbers about 70 people. Meetings include a business meeting, member show ‘n tell, and a program. The guild's mission is to promote fellowship and interchange of ideas among those engaged or interested in the art and craft of quilting; stimulate interest in the community; make quilts for donation to charitable organizations, and promote the knowledge and understanding of all aspects of quilting through education, sharing, enjoying, and appreciating others’ work.

   President - Linda Sage Green 

   Community Room
   St. John Lutheran Church
   4608 Brambleton Ave.
   Roanoke, VA 24018
       Second Monday of the month January, July, and September, otherwise first Monday the month, 7 p.m.





Members from all over East Jefferson County, Washington, including Port Townsend, Port Ludlow, Port Hadlock, and everywhere in between.

Cabin Fever Quilters
10 West Valley Road
Chimacum, WA 98325

   Tri-Area Community Center in Chamacum
       Meets every Monday from 10 a.m.–noon



Tri-City Quilters' Guild
PO Box 215
Richland, WA 99352

The Tri-Cities area of Southeastern Washington State along the Lewis and Clark trail... includes the towns Kennewick, Richland, Pasco, and West Richland, and smaller communities nearby.


Spokane Valley

Spokane Valley Quilt Guild (1980)

Our common interest in quilting brings us together to befriend and encourage each other, to share ideas and skills to gain knowledge of our craft by providing a comprehensive library and experienced teachers, and to participate in community service projects. We have been together for more than 25 years. Originally, in 1980, we started with 20 members and met at various places, homes, the old All Saints Episcopal Church and the Library. Back then quilting was undergoing a revival and people just wanted to learn. We worked on our own and community projects. Since then, we've grown to over 175 members and meet at the Valley Assembly of God.

At the Spokane Valley Quilter's Guild we offer a lot of options for our members. We have an extensive Library of quilting and related books that are available for checkout to members at most of our meetings. A variety of classes are offered, from potholders and color workshops to the more basic skills needed in quilting. There are small groups for those of us who can't get enough of our quilting sisters. Fundraising for our club and community are another major interest. We contribute to the Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery and the Spokane Valley Partners through various Community Sew Days and annual events such as the Kindred Spirits Outdoor Quilt Show. A newsletter is published six times a year.

If you'd like to join our Guild download the membership application, available on the "About Us" page and mail to the address on the form or bring it to the next meeting.

Annual dues are $15 due at or before the February General Meeting.

   Valley Assembly of God
   15618 E. Broadway
   Spokane Valley, WA.
       First Tuesday of February, April, June, August, October and December, 7 p.m.




Paintbrush Piecers Quilt Guild (1985)
141 Ross Rd.
Cody, WY 82414

The guild comes together in order to teach each other and learn new techniques.

   Evelyn Browning, President
   (307) 587-5930

   Cody Senior Center
       Third Monday of the month, 7 p.m.



Textile Artists of Greater Yellowstone (2009)
267 N. Tolnman Road
Cody, WY 82435

The guild comes together in order to learn, share ideas and new techniques.

   Kathy Lichtendahl
   (307) 645-3366

   Cody Courthouse Maintenance
       First Monday of the month, 1 p.m.

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