flower: White Pine Cone & Tassel
State tree: White Pine
State capital: Augusta
State bird: Chickadee
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|Statewide Guild: Pine Tree Quilters Guild. 2,000+ members. Annual dues $12; bi-monthly newsletter. 3 meetings per year, January, May & September in Augusta with national speakers and workshops.|
Chickadee Quilters. We meet at 7 p.m. the 1st & 3rd Thursdays September-June at the Bridgton Annex. Qulters of all levels are welcome. We have workshops, sew days, and guest speakers. We hold a show in July. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The St. Croix International Quilters, a chapter of the Pine Tree Guild, has 80+ members who live in Maine and New Brunswick. Meeting at the Methodist Homes Rec Center; Palmer Street; Calais, Maine on the first Wednesday (6 - 8 pm) and on Saturdays (9 am - 4 pm) for workshops, the quilters meet the third Wednesday (6 pm) for a business. For more information visit our website.
VALLEY NEEDLER'S. We currently have about 15 members who pay $21 a year in dues. Part of our dues cover membership in the Maine Quilt Guild. We meet at 7:00 pm on the second and last Wednesdays of the month at the Congregational Church across from the Library in Cornish. Our programs are varied. Our annual quilt show is held during the Cornish Apple Festival. Guests are welcome, membership is encouraged. contact email@example.com for more information.
- Fort Kent
We are the Northern Neighbors Quilters, a chapter of the Pine Tree Quilters Guild. We meet on the 2nd Thursday of each month except July at 1:00pm at the Municipal Building. (We celebrate special events in December and August and meet elsewhere.) Fellowship, a brief meeting and Show and Tell are on the agenda. Visitors are welcome. Joan Paradis firstname.lastname@example.org
Moosehead Quilters. Founded in the summer of 2003, we have grown to over 44 members hailing from Rockwood to Lily Bay on the shores of scenic Moosehead Lake in Maine. We meet twice monthly throughout the year. Business meetings are held on the first Monday of the month at 7 pm. Workshops are held on the third Saturday from 9 am to 3 pm. Every meeting includes a 'show and tell' session where members and visitors display and admire current projects or new techniques. Contact email@example.com for more information, or visit our website.
Friends and Needles Quilt Guild. We have over 100 members who pay $16 a year in dues. We meet at 6:30 PM on the First Wednesday of the month at the Community Education Center of the Houlton Regional Hospital. We have a Sister Guild in Lakeland, FL called Ladies of the Lake Guild. We have fat quarter swaps, classes and trips, a yearly raffle quilt to benefit our scholarships, a local Project Linus chapter, and we do a show every year. Visit our website for more information.
Evergreen Quilters. Meet the 4th Monday each month except July and December from 6pm to 9pm at St. David's Church on Route 1, Kennebunk. Social hour, business meeting, show and tell, program. Dues are $25. All quilters are welcome.
Maine Quilts We meet every Tuesday 6:30 p.m. at Campus Cuisine, 100 Campus Drive, Lewiston, ME 04240. We are lovers of all things quilting and have various levels of expertise in hand piecing and quilting, applique and machine quilting and applique. Join us for a fun evening of sharing! For more information, contact Susan Lamie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pine Needles of Norway. We have about 23 members who pay $20.00 a year in dues. We meet every Thursday at 9:00am., Norway Town Hall Community Rm. We have a variety of Programs, workshops, and trips. Paula Allen email@example.com
- Orr's Island
Ocean Waves Quilters. We have about 20 members. Our dues are $12/year. We meet weekly at the Orr's Island Methodist Church. We don't do much business, just get together to help each other and enjoy each other's company. We have a quilt show the 3rd week in July. Guests and new members welcome. Sue Cary firstname.lastname@example.org
Otis Country Quilters. We meet Tuesday at 6pm at Otis town hall. We have about 30 members. We bring in our machines and teach each other new things. We have teachers come in once or twice a year. we do a quilt show every year. And every other year we raffle a quilt to help us do charity work. contact email@example.com and please let me know you are asking about the quilting guild on the subject line. Happy quilting!
- Oxford Hills
Starry Night Stitchers. We have a small, informal group that meets every Tuesday evening from 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm. In the winter we meet at Norway Savings Bank in South Paris and in the summer we meet at Garden Gate Quilting studio in Norway. We bring our sewing machines and work on different projects. This year we hope to start a round robin.
Pieceful pines quilters. Contact: Martha Smith for more information 207-670-5788 firstname.lastname@example.org
Pine Tree Quilter's Guild, RD Box 252, Turner 04282
Come Spring Quilters. Meetings are held from 7-9 p.m.at the Peoples United Methodist Church in Union on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month (except in Nov,Dec,July &August when we just meet the 2nd Thursday). Our chapter was formed in 1990 and is a local chapter of the Pine Tree Quilters Guild, a statewide quilting organization. Our chapter is made up of quilters of all levels of quilting ability from beginners to advanced. We always welcome new members. Contact: Poulin@midcoast.com
Nimble Thimbles, Community Center, Windham 04062
Calico Quilters meets at Merrill Memorial Library, on 1st & 3rd Monday, September-June. Monthly speakers, Block of the Month, Round Robin, Linus Quilt kits, Challenge, pot luck dinners, workshops and sewing circles. Quilt show every other year on even-numbered years. Summer meetings are at the Yarmouth Community Center email@example.com