Sit and sew on whatever project you are working on. Machine or handwork is fine. Join us for an evening of friendship and encouragement. Stay tuned to what is going on within the guild and with each other and gather ideas for future projects. It's a fun and welcoming place to visit and get to know us.
Meets on Zoom: Wednesday, 5:30 to 9:00 p.m.
Contact: Pat Weissensee, email@example.com
Crafty Quilters / Friday Quilters
Meets on Zoom: Details to come
Contact: Judy Horne
Knot the Ordinary Fabricators
This circle group meets the third Thursday of each month. We generally work on a project of some sort. The projects are member driven. Usually, it is a project that can be completed in one or two meetings. We strive not to create any more unfinished projects.
Meets on Zoom: Third Thursday, 10 a.m. - noon
Contact: Sandra Lathe, firstname.lastname@example.org
Meets: Second Monday, 5:30 - 9:00 p.m.
Meets on Zoom
Mini quilts have once again cycled back into popularity. You are invited to join this Circle where Mini’s are all the rage. Contact: Loretta Lowe. See membership directory for her email address.
Mission Oaks Quilt Club
This diverse group includes hand and machine quilters, appliquers, piecers and art quilters with all levels of expertise. Show and Tell is at 9:00 a.m. They warmly welcome all quilters. Many of the gals go out to lunch after the meetings.
Meets: Thursdays, 9 a.m. - noon
Mission Oaks Community Center
Contact: Jackie Kelly, email@example.com
Pins and Needles Art Quilters
This group focuses on fiber/art quilts, learning from each other and from "Art Quilting Magazine".
Meets on Zoom: Last Wednesday of the month, 6:30 p.m.
Contact: Kim Sikes, firstname.lastname@example.org
Veteran's Quilts Group
This is both a neighborhood circle and a community service activity for local veterans at Mather Field Hospital. More>
Zoom "Sit and Sew" Circle (via Zoom)
You are invited to "virtually sew" with us from your own home. There's a lot of great conversation and opportunities to meet new friends. Everyone is invited, including non-members who we hope will be inspired to join the guild. DETAILS>
Circles - On Hold
Neighborhood quilt circles are small groups of quilters that meet regularly to quilt and enjoy each other’s company. Some circles meet in homes and alternate hosting each other, while some groups find a meeting place, such as a community center or church. Some neighborhood circles use the opportunity to learn new techniques or to help each other. Others challenge each other to do special projects for the guild, community groups, or for themselves. ALL POSTED CIRCLES ARE OPEN TO MEMBERS
YOU CAN START A CIRCLE
If you haven’t had the opportunity to be part of a Neighborhood Circle Group now is your chance. We have a number of existing Circle Groups and if there isn’t one that fits your needs we can look into starting some new groups. If you are looking for a Circle group please let me know and I will be happy to assist you in making some connections.
Pat Weissensee: email@example.com