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Georgia Quilt Guilds - GA Quilting Guilds listed in alphabetical order by city

meet in the middle quilt

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We meet at 7 pm on the second Thursday of the month Sept. John's Lutheran Church, W. Maple Road, Linthicum, MD. We have nationally known speakers, retreats, a biannual quilt show and charity projects. Lynchburg Patches 'n Pieces Meetings are scheduled for the first and third Fridays of each month at St. Members gather around 9: Madison Novum Quilt Guild. We meet every Tuesday from We do a variety of things, included classes and field trips.

Contact Joy Sloane at sloane crosslink. Meeting time is 7: Guild conducts multiple challenge quilt projects and makes at least one raffle quilt a year. Member-taught classes and demos are often conducted at regular meetings. New members are always welcome! Come join us, we have lots of fun! For more information, email us at MadisonQuiltersGuild gmail.

We have block of the month, birthday drawings, workshops.

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We make a charity quilt and raffle it off at our annual quilt show. Bees meet mornings and evenings. We have a program and 'Show and Tell' at each meeting. We also have exchange opportunities from time to time,and encourage and facilitate charity projects.

Guests are always welcomed! Sue Sherrill rcsherrillj gmail. We have more than fifty members. We have guest speakers, workshops, do service projects, and do a show every other year.

Open to everyone, meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of the month from September to June usually at the American Legion building, 49 Wilson Road, Middlebury. We are challenged to do special projects during the year, as well as participate in the making of our annual raffle quilt, which is hand-pieced and hand quilted. For further information, contact Julia Marks at marksa1 msn.

We meet at 1: Quilt in a Year meets at We have a quilt show every other even year. Check our website for more information. Night Chapter are the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7: Day chapter meets 2nd Friday of month at Guests are invited to attend the first meeting for free and are encouraged to join at their second meeting.

No children are admitted. First Saturday of the Month. Harvest Assembly of God. First Monday of the Month. Va Heights Baptist, Kempsville Rd. We have more than 35 members. Contact Mary Humphrey, Pearisburg. Giles County Quilt Guild.

Jelly-Star Quilt

This is a newly formed guild in Giles County. We meet the first Thursday of each month at The third Thursday of the month we meet to work on projects. Contact Phyllis Thompson at for more information. Each month we have show and tell, door prizes, teach or demonstrate a technique and fabric swap. Contact Lori at trtiquilts gmail. Block of the Month, Brown Bag projects, making baby quilts for the NICU at J-W Hospital, field trips, speakers, workshops, classes, monthly sit-and-stich, raffle quilts, 1-day retreat in March, 4-day retreat in October, and annual holiday brunch.

Sandie Terrien at or visit our website. Radford The River City Quilt Guild meets monthly to share our common love and appreciation of quilting and sewing. We meet the 2nd Thursday of each month at 6: We have show and tell, guest speakers, workshops and are involved in community service projects. BoxRichmond, VA Programs, fellowship, classes, charity quilts, raffle quilts, bus trips, show and tell, sit and stich, pot luck dinners, retreats, lots of laughter, and much more.

All are welcome, from beginners to experts. We learn from each other. Meets second Tuesday at 7: Andrews United Methodist Church. Country School Quilters chapter - Meets second Tuesday at 7 p. Crazy Quilters -- Meets on the 1st Tuesday p. Holds weekly sit and stitch gatherings.

We meet at 7pm on the 1st Monday at St.

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Meetings are held at the Blue Ridge Library on the second Tuesday of the month at 6: We work on many community service projects, have a monthly BOM, an annual picnic, silent auction and a holiday social. We welcome quilters of all levels of experience. Meetings are held from 7: We come together on a regular basis to encourage others, share in our knowledge of quilting, and learn new skills in a fun atmosphere. Please contact us at staffordpiecemakers gmail.

Sterling Countryside Quilters meet the first and third Tuesdays every month at 7: All levels of quilters are welcome. Strasburg Skyline Quilters We meet the first Thursday of the month at 7: We have a short business meeting followed by a program. We make charity quilts for Davita kidney dialysis, healthy families, children's hospital, habitat for humanity and many other charities. We currently have over 40 members and are constantly growing!

We have a Block of the Quarter, President's Challenge, monthly quilt related programs, and trips to Quilt shows. Please come join us if you can!

For more information, contact us at tovaquiltguild hotmail. We have programs, refreshments, a monthly raffle, challenges, classes and a yearly quilt show. Paul's Episcopal ChurchN. We meet on the 1st Thursday of the month at St. Paul's Episcopal Church at N. Meeting begins at 7 p. We have fat quarter swaps, monthly programs, 8 workshops per year. Tidewater Tidewater Quilters' Guild: Night Chapter second Monday 7: Saturday Chapter first Saturday Very laid back group - no established routine of shows or exhibits yetexcellent programs.

For additional information, contact lesfisch aol. We meet the fourth Saturday of the month at St. Tidewater Quilters' Guild Day Chapter: Second Monday at We also have a once-a-month Wednesday morning group that meets at 10AM in a member's home. Activities include workshops, charity projects, and other projects with our community. We hold an annual retreat for a complete weekend of quilting, socializing and fun.

For more information, contact a member at or check our website. Piedmont Quilters Meet the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month at Waterford Waterford Quilters Guild. Meet 2nd Wednesday each month at 10 am, 9: Amanda Jean of Crazy Mom Quilts. Rita of Red Pepper Quilts. Faith of Fresh Lemon Quilts. Lee of Freshly Pieced.

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