State flower: Native Forget-me-not
State tree: Sitka Spruce
State capital: Juneau
State bird: Willow Ptarmigan
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Anchorage Log Cabin Quilters, Inc. PO Box 202582, Anchorage AK 99520-2582, Anchorage Log Cabin Quilters meet every 1st & 3rd Thursday of the month, at the Central Lutheran Church on the corner of Cordova, & 15th, in Anchorage. Meeting times are 10:30 a.m. to about 12:30 p.m., & the evening group meets at 7:00 p.m.
Anchorage Modern Quilt Guild. A branch of The Modern Quilt Guild We are currently seeking founding members of the guild with a first meeting in May 2010. This is a group for anyone who loves non-traditional, contemporary, and improvisational quilting!
Kozy Kusko Quilt Guild - Bethel, AK PO Box 1873, Bethel AK 99559 Meets the 1st Wednesday of every month at the Bethel Log Cabin. Everyone is always welcome. email@example.com
- Big Lake
North Star Guild P.O. Box 520973 Big Lake, AK 99652
Northwind Quilter's Guild P.O.Box 1886 Cordova, Alaska 99574 Tel: (907)424-3656 Dues are $15.00/year and the member receives a newsletter and membership card Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Craig Quilters Box 142 Craig, AK 99921
Quilter's By The Sea in Craig, AK. We meet at 7pm on the 1st Tuesday of each month at Attic Treasures Quilt Shop in Craig. Annual dues are $20. We have block exchanges, fabric swaps, and other activities that vary from month to month. We sponsor an annual quilt show each year on Memorial Day weekend. Contact Deidra Foster at email@example.com for more information.
- Delta Junction
Forget Me Knot Quilters PO Box 1284 Delta Junction, AK 907 895 1910 907 895 4303 FAX Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Meeting Info: 2nd Sat of each month Meeting Location: call for specifics Guild Info: We are a group of about 30 fun loving quilters of all ages and skill ranges. We have a once a month Sat. craft day with fun projects. We also make community quilts for fire victims in our area. We LOVE visitors and WELCOME fellow quilters to our meetings. We sponsor a "Spring Fling" retreat every March or April where we enjoy special projects, guest teachers, great food and fun fellowship - Friday all through the night and then Saturday until 5 PM. It is an annual event and has drawn folks from all over the U.S. to come spend a few fun days in chilly Alaska, laughing sewing and even watching the Northern Lights! Call us for more info. April 12th & 13th, 2002 are our dates this year. Come on up!
Tundra Patchwork Quilter's Guild P.O. Box 347 Dillingham, AK 99576
- Eagle River
Chugach Mountain Quilters Guild PO Box 770086 Eagle River, AK 99577 Meetings are held from 7 pm to 8:30 pm on the second Tuesday of every month.Skyline Family Fellowship, 18239 N Eagle River Loop Rd Eagle River, AK 99577 Membership is $25 annual fee. Info@chugachmountainquilters.org
Cabin Fever Quilters Guild PO Box 83608 Fairbanks , AK 99708 Meets the second Tuesday of the month at 7:15 PM in the Monroe High School multi-purpose room @ 615 Monroe St.
- Fort Wainwright
Piecemakers meets first Thursday and third Saturday of the month Time: 7pm on Thursday and 10 am on Saturday Location: ACS (Army Community Service) Neeley Street, Ft Wainwright,AK 99703
Gold Stitchers. We have about 12 members and meet every Wednesday from 8:30am to 5:30pm in the Meadows of Our Lady of the Snows Chapel adjacent to the Alyeska Prince Hotel. We focus on making raffle quilts for various groups in the Glacier Valley. We are currently working on blocks for the Home of the Brave quilts for Alaskan fallen soldiers. email@example.com
Capital City Quilters Guild. POB 35036, Juneau, AK 99803-5036. We have about 90 members who pay $25. We meet monthly at 6:30, every third Tuesday at Thunder Mt High School's library, Riverside Road. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- Kenai Peninsula
Kenai Peninsula Quilting Guild in Alaska has approximately 100 members who pay $25 annually for dues. We meet in April and October annually at Christ Lutheran Church in Soldotna. Our membership area is 150 miles throughout the Kenai Peninsula Borough. We have classes, an annual retreat, and a quilt show at Ninilchik State Fair every year.
Rainy Day Quilter's Guild - P.O. Box 5131, Ketchikan, Alaska 99901. We have 90 members who pay $25.00 per year in dues. We meet on the 4th Tuesday of every month in the Holy Name Catholic Church. We have 3 annual retreats, classes, secret pals, block and fabric exchanges. Our community service group meets the second Monday every month. We have 2 annual charity raffle quilts and fund an annual college scholarship. Contact Roxanne Byron for more info at (907) 225-6335.
Kodiak Bear Paw Quilters was formed in 1992, and is an active service organization on our island community in Kodiak, Alaska. Visitors and new members are always welcomed at meetings. We encourage all interested quilters to come to a meeting and join us! Meetings are held the 2nd Sunday of every month at the Bayside Firehall in Kodiak. We are om Facebook for up to the minute information.
- Palmer & Wasilla
Valley Quilters Guild, Palmer, Alaska. We have over 200 members. Dues are $30 for first year and $25 to renew. We meet the first Thursday of the month at 7:00 p.m. at the railroad depot in Palmer. We have a booth at the State Fair to sell quilts and raffle tickets for a quilt. We have block and fat quarter drawings at our meetings. We donate 100+ quilts to charities every year. We have two retreats and a Quilt Camp each year. We have an open sew day once a month and offer many classes by local and national teachers. email@example.com
Petersburg Quilters Box 217 Petersburg, AK 99833 Aurora Quilters. We have 12+ members. We meet at 6pm on each Tuesdays at the Seward High School Home Ec Room from Sept to May. Young Quilters are welcome. Contact Person: Everta Mooter; firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 907-224-3710; after 5pm.
Seward Area Quilters. We have upwards of 50 members from Seward to Moose Pass, and beyond. Donations are made in lieu of regular dues. We meet at the Wm. H. Seward Elementary School library every Thursday, from 6-9pm.
Ocean Wave Quilters meets the 1st Tuesday of the month, September through May, at Grace Harbor Church, 1904 Halibut Point Road. Meetings are open to all, whether members or not. Approximately 60 members pay dues of $25 a year. The guild holds a free quilt show during the first two weeks of May; sponsors open sewing sessions for anyone the Saturday following the meeting from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Church of Christ, 1113 Edgecumbe Drive; block exchanges; charity quilt-making; retreats; an auction of small quilts and related items for student scholarships; and other activities. Current president is Megan Pasternak , PO Box 830, Sitka, 99835, 907-738-2290. email@example.com
Redoubt Quilters Guild, P.O. Box 2992, Soldotna, AK 99669
Funny River Quilters. We have a membership that varies from about 8 during the winter months and grows to around 15 in the summer. We meet every Thursday from 10 am to 3 pm at the Funny River Community Center 35850 Pioneer Road (appox. 12.5 miles out Funny River Rd). We make approximately 150 quilts a year that are donated to those in need on the Kenai Peninsula. Recipients of our quilts are the Central Peninsula Hospital nursery, pediatics and oncology units, Heritage Place, Forget-me-not Day Care Center, ABC Crisis Pregnancy Center, American Red Cross (for families that lose their home due to fire), and Kenai Peninsula health department. We function strictly on donations and have a couple of fund raisers a year. We'd love to have you join or visit us if you're in the vicinity. Contact Cindie Rice 907-260-4706, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thread Benders Quilt Group We are a group of local ladies who absolutely 'live' to quilt and love every moment. We meet at the Funny River Community Center 1/4 mile down Pioneer Avenue just off Funny River Road at 12.5 mile. We'd love to have you come sew with us if you are visiting the Kenai Peninsula area of Alaska. Bring your sewing machine, needle work, or whatever and spend any Tuesday with us from 10 AM - 3 PM, while your husband goes after those illusive King and Silver Salmon. We usually just do a brown bag lunch so come prepared. There is a little cafe just a mile away in case you would prefer to drop in there for lunch. Our attendance ranges from 6 in the winter months to 15 +/- in the summer months. We have many snow birds in this area. This group is a real 'let your hair down' bunch and we have a super time. Skills of attendees range from beginner to very skilled. So this is the place to come if you want to start quilting or just learn more. Alaska quilt guilds/groups are very heavy into quilting Alaska designs and we have several wonderful shops in our area. So come on up to Alaska, visit the local shops, find a kit or pattern you want to do and head on out. It's a beautiful drive through Moose Preserve. Who knows? You might even get lucky and see one or two. There are no monthly fees to sew with this group. For more information, please contact Lorraine at email@example.com. See you there!!!!!
Tok Quilters Box 229 Tok, AK 99928 Valdez Artist Guild P.O. Box 1401 Valdez, AK 99686
75 member strong and we put on a Quilt Festival every 2 years. Meet once a month to work on projects together and just have fun. firstname.lastname@example.org
We meet at monthly 6pm on the third Tuesday from September to May at the Willow Community Center. We also meet in the summer months for a picnic, for a Shop Hop and other fun. Our annual dues of $20 are collected each September. Members and nonmembers are welcome at our weekly Open House Quilting Day on Tuesdays from 10:30am through 4pm at the WCC. We offer classes taught by guild members, as well as lots of space and tabletops for those who just want to work on their own projects and enjoy the camaraderie. Contact: Carol Wilkie at email@example.com.
Stikine Stitchers. We have about 40 members. We are just a little over a year old. Our dues are $10.00 per year. We meet at 7:00PM on the first Thursday of the month at the Church of God. Everyone is welcome. We have fabric swaps, "Good of the Order" fat-quarter drawings, Quilt Raffles and are planning our first class to be held sometime next fall/winter. Our goal is to keep several quilts in reserve to donate for those in need or as fundraisers. Leanna Splinter firstname.lastname@example.org