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|Quilters Consortium of New York State, Inc. Quilters Consortium of New York State, Inc. We are an organization of quilt guilds, individuals and quilt related businesses for the purpose of promoting the art of quilt making. Our meetings move around the state and are held on the 3rd Wednesday of March, June & September and the 1st Tuesday of December. Linda Storrings email@example.com|
The Piece Corps Quilters of Afton, NY meet on the last Wednesday of each month at 7:00 pm in the church hall of the United Methodist Church of Afton on Spring St. All are welcome.
Orleans County Quilt Guild. Our small group meets the 1st Wednesday of the month at 1:00. We offer demos, show & tell, assistance, road trips, and friendship. Some members also get together every other Monday to work on individual or charity projects. New members are welcome. For more information contact Shirley Newbould, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q.U.I.L.T. inc Meeting at Reformed Church, Kenwood Ave, Delmar NY We have over 150 members at all skill levels. We meet at 9:30 to noon. A brief business meeting is followed by a speaker. We have a large library and a mini mart. Show and Share is held at the end of the meeting. Membership is $20 per year. Each year we donate over 100 quilts to several service groups, homeless shelters, hospitals and for raffles. We support each other with our talents, and have become friends who enjoy working together and learning from each other. Please visit our web site.
Log Cabin Quilters' Guild. Newly formed guild in the Lake Champlain Region, meeting 2nd Sunday of each month, at Maw &Paw Fabrics and Crafts in Altona. Dues $15.00 per year, Visitors welcome. Meetings are 12:30-2:00, with an optional workshop following. For more information, contact president, Pamela Damour, 495 Point Au Fer Rd, New York 12919
Amherst Museum Quilters Guild,3755 Tonawanda Creek Road, Amherst, NY 14228, contact person, Betty Lerner, President, 716-689-1440. We meet on the third Thursday of the Month, beginning at 7 p.m. Our guid offers an annual four-day quilt seminar in September, this year featuring Nancy Johnson Srebro, Kay England and Mary Stori. We do a raffle quilt each year with the proceeds split between the Guild and the Amherst Museum, a historical site owned by the Town of Amherst (a suburb of Buffalo). We conduct a three-day quilt show every other year in the even years. We have a quit challenge, a miniature auction with over 90 items, and we normally hang over 350 pieces in our show. The Museum is located on the Erie Canal, we are less than 20 miles from Niagara Falls. We also boast about being an international quilt guild, since several of our members come from nearby Southern Ontario. We are about 150 members strong, dues are $20.00 which also includes membership to the Museum itself and a discount on purchases. We have a monthly newsletter. For information on quild, show or seminar, call the Amherst Museum at (716) 689- 1440 or contact Theresa Utz at email@example.com
Amherst Quilters Guild . We have about 150 members who pay $25 dues. We meet at Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village , 3755 Tonawanda Ck. Rd., Amherst, NY. 14228 (716-689-1440), We meet the third Thurs. of month at 7 pm. We have a yearly seminar and a show every other year. We have programs and community service projects. Visit our website for more information.
Highland Quilters Guild meets every third Saturday from September through June at the Argyle Methodist Church at 9:30 am. We have about 45 members who pay $10 yearly dues. During the year we have classes, demonstrations and donate quilts to charities. We have a show and a quilt raffle every other year. Contact my E-mail address for more information. Roberta Alexander.
Athens SchoolHouse Quilter Meets the second Tuesday of each month. We are a member of the Empire Quiltfest. firstname.lastname@example.org
Southowns Piecemakers Quilting Guild- SPQG meets at the E. A. Senior Citizen Center on the 2nd Tuesday of the month. SPQG has 150 members, with an annual dues of $15.00. During monthly meetings we have a “Block of the Month”, Programs, Show and Share. Our community project is Haven House, and to date members have made over 600 quilts . We host lectures given by National Teachers with workshops to follow. Every 2 years we host a Quilt Show with partial proceeds going to various charities. email@example.com
Candlelight Quilt Guild, We have about 52 members. Dues $20. per year. We meet at the Baldwinsville Public Library on the 2nd Tuesday of the month. The meeting starts @ 7pm. Each month we have a fabric exchange, fabric raffle and name tag gift. Our charity work changes each year. We have a quilt show every 2 years. Many meetings we learn a technique. moocrazy126 @yahoo.com
Museum Quilt Guild. Meets the 3rd Saturday of each month at the VA Hospital Auditorium, 222 Richmond Avenue, Batavia, New York. Approximately 110 members. Dues are $10 per year. Mailing Address is: Museum Quilt Guild, PO Box 268, Batavia, NY 14021. Contact Mary Ellen Ames at firstname.lastname@example.org; or Elaine Ross at email@example.com.
Country Neighbors Quilt Guild Brockport, New York 14420. We meet at 7pm on the second Wednesday of the month at the Brockport Exempts Club on Rt.31 in Brockport, NY. Our annual Dues are $18.00. We host a bi-annual quilt show, have secret sisters, block exchanges, sew days and do many charity projects. For more information contact Marie McDermott at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Quilters Guild of Brooklyn, 239 East 5th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11218
meets the 3rd Saturday of every month from September thru June. Many of us participate in our Block of the Month. We also prepare ABC Quilts. Every other year we have a quilt show. We meet at the Holy Name Church in the Shephard's Hall at 245 Prospect Park W., Brooklyn, NY. Many of our quilters participate in shows yearly. With membership you are able to receive discounts at the local quilt shops. You can find us at our URL at or email us at email@example.com
- Burnt Hills:
Quilt North We have over 100 members who pay $25.a year in dues. We have Block of the Month, Sell tickets for our opportunity table and have various challenges. This year it is a UGLY fabric block. We have several workshops and go on several trips every year. We are doing a quilt show this year in October at CBA in Albany, NY. Visit our website for more information.
The Piecemakers of Cairo Quilt Guild meets monthly in the Community Room of the Cairo Library, 15 Railroad Avenue, Cairo NY. Meetings Jan thru March are on the first Sat. of the month and for Apr. thru Dec. are at 7 pm on the 2nd Wed of the month. We hold a quilt show every year on the second Sat. in August. Dues are only $10 a year. For info call Debra at 518-622-2270.
Caledonia Quilt Guild We have 35 members who pay $35 per year. We meet at 6:30pm at the First Presbyterian Church, 3080 W. Main Street, Caledonia, NY on the 1st Thursday each month. We have a BOM, workshops, instructors, fat quarter contest and our community service is the Veteran's Quilt Project. We have a biennial quilt show & raffle quilt made by guild members.
- Cambria Heights (Queens):
Stitches from the Heart Quilting Guild meets every Saturday from September to May at Sacred Heart R.C. Church, 115-58 22nd Street, in the rectory basement from 12:30-3:00 p.m. Annual dues are $30. Contact the guild at P.O. Box 110-100, Cambria Heights, NY 11411-0100, or fax (718) 341-8742.
Borderline Quilters. Meets on the first Wednesday of the month at the Canton Free Library on Park Street at 1PM and 7PM. During the months of May and October, only evening meetings are held. Visitors are welcome and may attend 2 meetings prior to joining. Dues are $15.00 per year. Activities include monthly block exchange, donation quilts for the local women's domestic violence center, secret quilting pals and a newsletter. Our major fundraiser is Quilt Camp Star Lake - a quilting weekend held in September which is open to all interested quilters (as room allows!) For information e-mail Jo Ann at firstname.lastname@example.org
East Side Quilters. We have about 60+ members; annual dues $15, senior rate available. We meet at VFW Post 7337 on Scott Ave. (Rt. 150) in Castleton twice a month and have a block of the month swap, classes, trips, annual quilt challenge(s). We're known for producing more charity (care) quilts each year than we have members!
Plank Road Quilt Guild meets the second and fourth Wednesdays at 9:30am at the Cicero United Methodist Church on Rt 11. Visitors are always welcome to join us in our numerous Community Service Projects.
Clarence Log Cabin Quilters, PO Box 421, Clarence, NY 14031. The guild meets monthly on the 4th Tuesday night, 7:00 PM at the Clarence Town Park Clubhouse, 10405 Main Street (Route 5), Clarence. Monthly meetings include a short business meeting, quilt related program, refreshments and "show and tell". The 150 member guild offers hands on workshops, and participates in numerous on going community service projects. They host a biennial quilt show (every two years). Every Thursday members can gather informally to stitch and chat.
Thousand Island Quilt Guild meets every 2nd & 4th Tuesday of the month at 930am. For more information contact Juliet at (315)686-4226 or E-mail her at JMadsen859@aol.com
Peaceable Day Quilters (PDQ) meets the 1st Tues each month, Jan-Dec. 35 members of varying ages, abilities and interests. Monthly presentations by members or visiting presenters show new techniques, equipment, etc. Dues currently $10.00 per year. We learn and improve through one another's encouragement, praise and teaching. email@example.com
- Cold Spring Harbor
(Suffolk Co) Huntington Quilters. We have about 100 members who pay $20.00 a year in dues. We meet first Tuesday of each month at Centerport United Methodist Church, in Fellowship Hall. We hold bolock of the month, lectures, demos, a yearly raffle to fund classes/programs such as our ProBono Baby Quilts which are given to a local hospital for distribution. We do not currently hold a show. We have a "sweatshop" group which meets monthly & a day group that meets 10 am-2pm on Wednesdays at E. Northport Library, Larkfield Rd. Bring a bag lunch & drop in.
Corning Quilters Guild. We are a group of about 50 quilters. We meet on the 4th Friday of the month at the September through June, at the United Methodist/First Presbyterian Church, 201 N. Hamilton, Painted Post, N.Y. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. -- meeting begins at 7 p.m. We do a mystery quilt, a monthly fabric swap, and a yearly community service project. Our dues are $20 a year. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cornwall. Quilters of the Hudson Highlands. We have about 60 members who pay $20 a year in dues. We meet at 7pm on the second Monday of the month at Munger Cottage Riverlight Park. Features include fat quarter swaps, secret sister, classes and a yearly raffle quilt to benefit charity and a May show locally. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Delaware County Town & Country Quilters meet the 1st & 3rd Wednesday each month at St Johns Episcopal Church in Town. We are 30 women of many talents that do challenge blocks, group auction and member demos. We donate quilts to various service groups. Dues $15.00 a year. Every odd-numbered year we have a 2 day quilt show at Delaware Historical Association. New members welcome. Contact 607-746-7518
Q.U.I.L.T Meeting at Delmar Reformed Church, Kenwood Ave, Delmar NY We have over 150 members at all skill levels. We meet at 9:30 to noon. A brief business meeting is followed by a speaker. We have a large library and a mini mart. Show and Share is held at the end of the meeting. Membership is $25 per year. Each year we donate over 100 quilts to several service groups, homeless shelters, hospitals and for raffles. We support each other with our talents, and have become friends who enjoy working together and learning from each other. Please visit our web site.
- East Aurora
Morningstar Quilt Guild. We have 100 members who pay $20 a year in dues. We meet at 10am second Wed. of the month at the St Matthias Church. We have a block of the month exchange, fat quarter swaps, programs, workshops,secret pal, ways and means, and a show every other year.
Southowns Piecemakers Quilting Guild- SPQG meets at the East Aurora Senior Citizen Center on the 2nd Tuesday of the month with an annual dues of $15.00. We have a “Block of the Month”, Programs, Show and Share. Our community project is Haven House, and to date members have made over 600 quilts . Several times a year we host lectures given by National Teachers with workshops to follow. Every 2 years we host a Quilt Show with partial proceeds going to various charities. Betty Weidnar firstname.lastname@example.org
Eden Quilt Guild We're a group of about 50 quilters who meet the third Monday of each month in the Faith Bible Baptist Church. Our small town known for its multiple large family owned dairy and vegetable farms. email@example.com
Circle of Friends Quilt Guild meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at the Ellisburg Fire hall, Ellisburg, NY. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Elmira Heights
Elmira/Elmira Heights/Horseheads area. Piecemaker's Guild. We have nearly one hundred members who each pay $20 per year in dues. We meet at 9:30 AM the second Tuesday of each month, September through June at the First United Methodist Church at 1034 Broad Street, Horseheads, New York 14845. We have monthly raffles and show and share, along with lectures featuring local and nationally known speakers, workshops and exhibits. Contact President Nancy St. Julien at 607)535-4329.
Broome West Sr. Quilt Guild We are located in the Senior Center on Wayne St. Endwell. We meet every Monday to quilt and enjoy the day. We have free classes and stay for "breakfast for lunch" at $2.50 per person. You do not have to eat and it is a great program for all that are over 55yrs. Come in and visit. No meetings in Feb. and Aug. Joyce Morgan email@example.com
Perinton Quilt Guild - Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays at 7 pm, from the third Monday of September through third Monday of May at Perinton Community Center, 1350 Turk Hill Rd, Fairport, NY. Quilt Show every other year in May. Approximately 60 members. Dues are %25 annually. We have challenges, retreats, classes, speakers, and a biannual raffle quilt to benefit charity. firstname.lastname@example.org
Heart in Hand Quilt Guild of the Finger Lakes has about 40 members, at all quilting levels. We meet the 2nd Monday (business meeting or sit/sew/socialize) and the 4th Monday (program) evenings at 630 Crowley Road, Farmington, NY 14425. We participate in service projects and hold a quilt show every 3 years, the next show will be in 2016. Annual dues are $20. email@example.com
Towpath Quilt Guild, P.O. Box 188, Fayetteville, NY 13066. Meets the second Tuesday of each month at the United Methodist Church of Fayetteville, New York, The 90 plus membership includes inexperienced quilters as well as master quilters. The /guild maintains a comprehensive lending library. The Guild presents programs and workshops by well-known quilting teachers, engages in a number of projects for local agencies, and holds a quilt Show every two years. Annual dues are $20. We are a member of the New York Quilters' Consortium. For more information contact Musiqui@aol.com or Petedolly@aol.com
The Florida Quilter's Guild meets the first and third Tuesdays of every month at 7:30 pm at the American Legion Hall in Florida, New York. The dues are $10.00 a year and we have approximately 24 members and we conduct periodic workshops and classes. Our membership encompasses everyone from the amateur to the expert.
- Fort Drum
Going to Pieces Quilt Guild meets on FT DRUM, NY at 6:30, on the first Wednesday of the month at the Army Community Service Building on Conway Ave.
Lake Country Quilt Guild We have about 45 members, we meet on the 3rd Wed.of q month. Social hour starts at 6:30pm;business meeting at 7:00pm Membership is open to anyone who has a love of and an interest in quilting. Dues are $20 Sept-Sept. We host a bi-annual quilt show in October on even years. firstname.lastname@example.org
Finger Lakes Quilt Guild, 315-789-3761.
- Glens Falls
Wings Falls Quilter's Guild. Meetings 2nd Saturday each month at 9:30 a.m. at Christ Church Methodist at the corner of Bay and Washington, Glens Falls. Dues are $15.00/year. For more information email JLFLIB@aol.com
Sew Busy Quilt Guild YWCA, 35 Church Street entrance Gloversville, NY 12078 7 PM on the third Monday, September-June Website: Facebook: Sew Busy Quilt Guild e-mail: email@example.com
Lake to Lake Quilt Guild. We meet the first Wednesday of the month, September through June at the Gorham Methodist Church, South Street, Gorham, NY from 9:00am to 3:00pm.Lake to Lake Quilt Guild welcomes anyone with an interest in quilting. Our annual dues are $25.
- Grand Island.
River Lea Quilters Guild. We meet on the third Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. at Grand Island High School, large cafeteria at 1800 Ransom Rd, Grand Island. Over 60 members and all are welcome. Dues are $15.00 a year. We have block of the month, sample square of the month, classes and trips to shows and events. Great group of women and men who enjoy quilting and each others company. Quilt show done every other year. We do alot of quilts for area hospitals and other facilities that ask for donations. Come visit us,,,,we love to see ya!!! Contact person: Judy Buzby, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Greene County
Patchworkers. Established in 1973, the Patchworkers has about 20 members. We meet in members' homes every Wednesday. Annual Quilt Show is Aug. 14th at St.Theresa's Church auditorium, Windham, NY. Visit our website for more information.
Log Cabin Quilt Guild. We have less than 20 members who pay $10 a year in dues. We meet weekly on Wednesday afternoons at Bridle Creek Bed and Breakfast in a quilting studio. Quilters work on independent projects. Two or three times a year the Guild hosts a quilt retreat open to area quilters. Contact bbhipsley@gmail. or 315-824-1962 for more information.
This club meets Tuesdays at 1pm September through June at the Public Library, 455 Calkins Road, in Henrietta. We have approximately 50 members. Regular features of meetings include show and tell as well as frequent demonstrations and/or classes by members or guests. HQC members make nearly 100 ABC quilts annually which are donated to a variety of organizations throughout the area. A quilt show is held in the fall of odd numbered years
- Highland Quilters
Highland Quilters' Guild meets on the third Satuday, September through June, at 9:30 am in the Methodist Church Hall on Route 40. Membership is limited. We have a quilt raffle and a quilt show every two years. Classes are offered. We make quilts for different charities and groups in need.
Heart and Hand Quilt Guild meets on the first Thursday of every month in the Hilton Community Center (on the corner of West Ave. and Henry St. in Hilton, NY). We usually meet in the Board Room there. Our meetings are at 7:00-9:00 PM. Visitors and/or new members are welcomed. Yearly dues are $10.00 which includes a monthly newsletter. If you are interested or have questions, Email LSBurch@aol.com
SCRIDS We meet the third Thursday of each month at the Hobart Methodist Church from 10am to 2 pm. Everyone welcome. For information contact: Mary McMullen at 607-538-9083 or Pat Cumming at 607-326-7569. email@example.com
Huntington Quilters. We have about 100 members who pay $20 a year in dues. We meet at 7:30pm on the first Tuesday of the month at the Centerport United Methodist church on Little Neck Road. We have block of the month, show & tell, a yearly raffle quilt and a monthly program. We donate pro bono baby quilts to area hospitals and medical centers. Visit our website or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Piecemakers Quilt Guild of Ilion, NY. We have about 43 members who pay $15 a year in dues. We meet at 6:00 PM for social time, meeting at 6:30 PM ,on the second Monday of the Month at the United Methodist Church in Frankfort, NY from September to June. We have an occasional quilt show, do charity work, programs, workshops, etc. Contact email@example.com (newsletter editor) for more info.
Great South Bay Quilters. Meets the fourth Wednesday of the month at Brookwood Hall in East Islip. Non members are welcome at meetings for a $3 fee per meeting. Demonstrations, speakers, workshops. Jcdlouhy@optonline.net
The Tompkins County Quilters Guild meets at Lifelong, 119 W. Court St., Ithaca, NY, on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of most months, 7:00-9:00PM. You can contact us by mail at PO Box 6735 Ithaca, New York 14851.
Wiltwyck Quilters A non profit group, about 150 strong; dues $25; Meets third Saturday of the month Sept. thru June. Grace Community Church, Lake Katrine-10am refreshments at 9:30. We have monthly block raffles, raffle table and year long projects. We host classes, lecturres, a monthly service sew day, a biennial show with a raffle quilt to benefit a local school program. Wiltwyck Quilter's Guild, PO Box 3731, Kingston 12401.
Hudson River Piecemakers Quilt Guild. We are a Guild of 60 members who meet the third Saturday @ 9:00 AM, from September to June. We have workshops, block of the month, challenges, yearly raffle quilt and a Quilt Show every other year. firstname.lastname@example.org
Calico Geese Quilters of Sullivan County. NQA Chapter NY433. Cornell Co-operative Extension, 69 Ferndale-Loomis Road, Liberty, NY 12754
MEMBERSHIP: ~90. Meeting are held twice a month, on the second Monday and the fourth Saturday. We have a monthly Newsletter, a yearly Raffle Quilt and an Annual Challenge. Members have been involved in an ongoing Community Service Project . Our members have a wide variety of skills from beginners to advanced. For more information e-mail Lori Nixon at email@example.com
Borderline Quilters Meetings are held on the First Wednesday of each month in a day and evening session at 1:00pm and 7:00pm at the Canton Free Library, Canton,NY. Members are free to attend either or both sessions. Membership in this Guild is open to all persons interested in quilting regardless of their skill level. Annual Dues are $15.00. We have fat quarter swaps, Saturday classes, Quilt camp held in September and a bi-annual quilt show.
Kenan Quilt Guild. We have 100+ members. We meet the 2nd Thursday of each month in the Taylor Theater meeting room on the historic Kenan campus. 433 Locust St. Lockport, NY 14094 Meeting starts at 7pm. Monthly program offered. Dues $ 15.00/year. Quilt show produced every other year, the first weekend in Nov in the odd years. We raffle an Opportunity quilt each year that is pieced and hand quilted by our members. Membership unlimited. Guests and visitors welcome. We are a very active group, giving to the community on a regular basis. For more information, contact the Kenan Center at 716-433-2617
Adirondack Quilters Guild. We have 50+ members who pay $15 per year in dues. We have meeting the first Tuesday of each month and workshops on the third Saturday. We support local charities, have regular classes, and have a show alternate years. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thumbstall quilt Guild. We have over 80 members who pay $22 a year in dues. We meet at 7pm on the third Tuesday of the month at the Marcellus United Methodist Church. We have planned programs: lectures, demonstrations; plus raffle quilts, charity quilts, sew days, community service projects and a bi-annual quilt show. Contact Cindyartyquilt@aol.com
Empire quilters meet from 1-4 PM the second Saturday of the month from September to June at FIT, Dubinsky Bldg A, 27th St @ 8th Ave. Guest fee $5. Regular membership $35, Seniors $25. We have a well known quilter lecture and offer workshops, we do show and tell, and hold focus groups. At each meeting we collect and distribute quilts for children and seniors in hospitals, shelters and nursing homes. A vendor sells fabrics and notions. Members receive a monthly newsletter, discounts at local shops. Contact: Empire Quilters, Old Chelsea Station, P.O. Box 1293, New York, NY 10113.
Quilters of Color Network of NY. Meets September - June, 4th Saturday monthly, Hudson Guild Community Center, 119 Ninth Avenue between 17th and 18th Streets, 1-4 p.m. Guest Fee: $5; Annual dues $30 if paid by June meeting, and $35 after the June meeting. Members joining at or after the March 2009 meeting will pay a pro-rated fee of $15. Members outside of tri-state NYC area are eligible for associate membership rate of $17. Email: email@example.com
NYC Metro MOD quilters, we are a group of quilters interested in coming together as a community to support each other creatively, to share our work and inspire each other. We are a bi-monthly meeting group. Oct, Dec, Feb, Apr, June, First Saturday of those months. firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday Piecemakers. We have 15 members who pay $15 a year dues.We meet the third Sunday of the month at the Masonville Federated Church.We have a block of the month swap, classes, trips, programs,a raffle quilt, and participate in make a difference day with making baby quilts for hospitals. Guests are always welcome. We do not meet in December.
Evening Star Quilters We have 170 members. We meet at 7:30 PM on the first Thursday of the month Mineola Community Center, 155 Washington Avenue. We have BOM, classes, trips, raffle quilt, quilt exhibit, charity quilts and lots of fun for all experiences. Contact email@example.com for more information; Evening Star Quilters, P.O. Box 1824, Mineola, NY 11501.
Piecemakers Quilt Guild. We have about 43 members who pay $15.00 annually. Meeting nights are the second Monday of every month from Sept. to June at the Methodist Church in Mohawk.
Grape Country Quilters, we meet the 2nd Wednesday of the Month @ St. Januarius Catholic Church. 10:00. inNaples, New York We make quilts for a local V.A, we do various exchanges, secret pals. firstname.lastname@example.org
Erie Canal Quilt Guild. We meet at the Community Center at 303 East Ave, Newark NY, on the second Wednesday of the month (Sept - June) 6:30 - 8:30 pm. Members pay $15.00 yr dues. We do show and share for quilt dollars for our Annual Quilting Auction. fat qtr swap, Saturday workshops, shop hop and quilt show trips. and monthly demos and mini classes. We welcome all levels of interest. contact JT1025@aol.com for further info.
- New Hartford
Mohawk Valley Quilt Club, PO Box 595, New Hartford, NY 13413. This is a Utica, NY-area guild. Meetings on 4th Monday, September -June, except December and May. (moved because of holidays). Meeting 7 PM at New Hartford Methodist Church, Genesee Street, New Hartford, NY. Contact Candy Fike, PO Box 595, New Hartford, NY 13413. Dues $15; retirees: $10. Half price after January. Quilt Show in September of odd-numbered years, and you must be a member the year before to enter the show. Membership averages 100 at present time.
- New York City
Empire Quilters Dues are $45 / $30 for Seniors. We meet on the 2nd Saturday of each month from September to June. Meetings are from 1- 4 at FIT's David Dubinsky Center (27th St near 8th Ave) on the 8th flr. We have speakers from the USA and abroad; regional vendors; focus groups; block of the month, quilter of the month, show and tell. One month we make charity quilts. We present a judged quilt show bi-annually. We can be reached at Empire Quilters, Old Chelsea Station, P.O. Box 1293, New York, NY 10113.
We are the Urban Quilter's League, a group of young NYC quilters with a modern viewpoint. Quilters of all levels are welcome. We meet once a month at The City Quilter. We participate in group quilts, quilt swaps, block of the month, and other activities. Linsay Davis email@example.com
Newcomb's Mountain Quilters. We have 20-30 members who pay $12/year dues. We meet at 6:30PM at the Newcomb Fire Hall on the 1st Monday and 3rd Thursday of each month. Members also meet Tuesday mornings to work on projects. Every year we raffle a quilt to raise money for local charities. Every two years we hold a quilt show at the Visitor Interpretive Center. This show is always the weekend after Labor Day.
- North Tonawanda
Twin City Quilters Guild. Founded in 1982. Meetings take place at 6:30PM on the first Wednesday of the month at the Wheatfield Community Center. Membership dues are $25 annually. Our quilt show is held on odd years. Members enjoy block of the month and fat quarter swaps, yearly quilt challenge, shophop bus trips, workshops and more. Our Guild is active in a variety of charity projects. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Northern Clinton County
The Log Cabin Quilters Guild was formed on 9/8/96. We are located on Rt.190. Annual Dues are $15.00. We had 13 official members
join on our first meeting. Everyone agreed that we should join NQA this year. Our Newsletter will be printed every two months this year, and every month starting next September. And we had a 12 year old join!. If you are interested in more info please email Decor8d@aol.com
Chenango Piecmakers. We have almost 100 members. Dues are $15 a year. We meet at the UCC Church on W.Main St. Norwich. We do blocks of the month which are put into charity quilts, block exchanges, sponsor classes and demos, and have 3 smaller groups that meet on Tues. eve, Thurs. or Sun. afternoons. Our show is every other year and we do a raffle quilt and silent auction for charity. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Southern Tier Quilt Guild. We are an English speaking guild of about 50 members whose goal is to promote the art of quilting and use this art to benefit the community in various ways. We meet monthly and have block of the month and challenge programs as well as guest speakers, workshops and group projects. We are currently seeking correspondence with another guild else where in the world who is interested in sharing ideas, patterns, quilt fabrics, letters, and friendship. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if interested or for more information on our guild.
- Orchard Park
Quaker Quilters meets on the 4th thursday of each month at Orchard Park Presbyterian Church on Buffalo Road. Dues are $20 year. We have BOM's, split clubs, FQ drawings, and exciting challenges and workshops as well as guest speakers. Contact email@example.com for more information
The Pelham Quilters meet the first Monday of the month at 7PM. We are a small guild offering teaching, show & share and friendship. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Penn Yan
Keuka Quilters. We have about 60 members that pay $20 a year in dues. We meet at the Baptist Church on Main Street the first Monday of the month from September to June. We have a program and show and tell every meeting. We do a raffle quilt to benefit a charity every other year.
Quilters Consortium of New York State, Inc. We are an organization of over 20 guilds across New York State. We meet at various locations around the state on the 3rd Wed of Mar, June, & Sept and the 1st Wed of Dec. Check out our website Quilter's Consortium of NY, P.O. Box 266, Pennellville, NY 13132
- Pine Bush
Pine Bush Country Quilters Guild We have about 60 members, who pay $20 a year in duesl We meet at 7:15 PM, on the second Wednesday of the month at the Town Hall in Pine Bush. We do monthly blocks for charity, mini raffles at every meeting, occasional speakers, a show, and raffle quilt, every other year, (even numbered years), We also have a Monday group.
Champlain Valley Quilters' Guild of NY. We have about 150 members. Dues are $20 per year. We meet from September thru June, on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 6:45pm. Meetings are held at the Bailey Ave School, 50 Bailey Ave, Plattsburgh. For more information see our website.
First Dutchess Quilters. We have 100+ members who pay $45 a year in dues. We meet the third Wednesday of the month at the Boardman Road Branch Library, 141 Boardman Rd., Poughkeepsie, NY 12603. Doors open at 6:30 and the meeting starts at 7:00. Please see our web site for the calendar and programs.
Quilt n Queens Guild, we have about 40 members who pay $20 a year in dues. We meet at 6:30 pm on the first Tuesday of the month from September to June. We meet at Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning (JCAL) located at 161-04 Jamaica Ave. We have focus groups, block of the month, trips and shows and challenge projects.
The Fumble-Fingers Quilters. We're a small but growing group who meets every second Saturday from 10:00--12:00. We have group projects and classes. No fees, everyone welcome!
Eastern Long Island Quilters’ Guild, Inc., P.O. Box 332, Riverhead, NY 11901, We have 200+ members who pay $35 a year in dues. We meet at the Southold Recreation Center in Peconic on Eastern Long Island. We have a quilt show every year on the first weekend in June at the Suffolk Community College in Riverhead. For more info, see our web site. Contact email@example.com.
Irondequoit Quilt Club, 294 Rawlinson Rd, Rochester,NY 14617. The Irondequoit Quilt Club was founded in 1979 by a small group of women who originally took a Monroe Country Cooperative Extension course. The club is open to quilt lovers of all degrees from the non-quilters who appreciate the art of quilt making to the most advanced quilt makers. The current membership is over 100. Annual dues: $10.00 Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Genesee Valley Quilt Club, Inc. We have over 300 members, but started with 10 in 1936 which makes us the oldest continually-meeting quilt club in the country. We meet on the second Thursday of the month, Sept through June at Temple B'rith Kodesh 2123 Elmwood Ave between 9:15 and 2pm. We baste two member's quilts a month, maintain an extensive library, do a Show & Tell which is exhibited during the day, often with 40 or more pieces, block of the menth, demos, Comfort quilts for donation, over 200 a year. We host trips annually to Schweinfurth Museum in Auburn NY to their show, host 2 renowned teachers a year, with many other programs monthly, workshops, a biannual show. Dues $25 a year with 14 page newsletter monthly. We volunteer in documenting and restoring over 250 quilts at the Rochester Museum and Science Center. We've made 2 authentic reproductions of Susan B. Anthony quilts to be shown in her home here.
Rochester Modern Quilt Guild We're a new guild in Rochester, NY for that quilter who enjoys moder quilts. Do you like traditional patterns made with modern fabrics? Are you inspired by Gee's Bend quilts and/or tradiational Amish Quilts. Then you might be a modern quilter. Check us out on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/groups/254795224639735/
Quilters United in Learning Together, QUILTS Schenectady-130 members - annual dues of $25. Meets the first Thursday each month September through June at the First Reformed Church of Scotia at 7 PM. Block of the month, fat quarter exchange, fabric challenges, mystery quilt, demos, challenges, trips and a quilt show every 2 years.
Schoharie/Middleburgh & surrounding areas. Schoharie Valley Piecemakers. We have about 38 members who pay $20 a year dues. We meet at 6:30PM on the second Tuesday of the month at the Middleburgh Reformed Church. Meetings start with short business meeting and evening program. Every year a charity quilt and also pillowcases are made and donated to benefit a local charity.
Thread Bears Quilter`s Guild was started in 1990. Today we have over 60 members. We meet on the first Tuesday of the month at St. Helena`s Catholic Church in Sherrill, N.Y. We are a learning and friendship quild featuring teaching workshops and demonstrations of techniques, semi-annual weekend, and plenty of show and tell. Dues are $15. per year and include a monthly newsletter. For more information contact email@example.com
Thumstall Quilt Guild, 315-369-6411.
Smithtown Stitches Quilt Guild. We meet at 7:30 pm on the third Monday of the month at The Saint James Lutheran Church, 230 2nd Ave., Saint James, NY 11780. Contact Info: The Smithtown Stitchers, Inc., PO Box 311, Smithtown, NY 11787.
NORTHERN STAR QUILTERS' GUILD Meetings are held at JFK High School, 6:45p, 3rd Tues. -Sept. to June Dues: $35/year. Our diverse membership includes beginner through professional quilters who come from a wide geographical area that includes NY, CT & NJ. Annual quilt show in May features a guild raffle quilt. Monthly meetings feature national & international speakers and workshops. Special interest groups include Art Quilters, Dear Jane Group, Appliqué Group & Quilt Education for Kids. Lots more, visit our website for more info!
Eastern Long Island Quilter's Guild, Inc. Members: 260+. The Guild meets the first Wednesday of each month (no January meeting) with some exceptions for Friday meetings/workshops, at the Southold Town Recreation Center in Peconic. Doors open at 7pm, Business meeting begins at 7:30 pm. Vendor available. Program begins after 8 pm with lectures and demonstrations. Membership is $25 annually. Guest fee is $2.50. Annual conference and show held the second weekend in June. Mailing address: P.O. Box 332, Riverhead, NY 11901.
- Staten Island.
Moonlight Quilters of Staten Island. We have about 40 members who pay $25 a year in dues. We meet the third Friday of each month at 7:30pm located at Carmel Richmond Nursing Home, 88 Old Town Road. We share the love of quilting, learn new techniques, inspire others, have classes and workshops, contribute to charity, enjoy a monthly newsletter and hold a quilt show every two years. Contact Moonlight_quilters@yahoo.com for more information.
Quilters Consortium of New York State, Inc. We are an organization of quilt guilds, individuals and quilt related businesses for the purpose of promoting the art of quilt making. Our meetings move around the state and are held on the 3rd Wednesday of March, June & September and the 1st Tuesday of December. Linda Storrings firstname.lastname@example.org
Triangle Guild, Rt 206 between Whitney Point & Greene, 1st Thursday, 7 p.m. Contact President at email@example.com or Secretary at Tnclk@aol.com .
- Trout Creek
Sunday Piecemakers. We have approximately 20 members and we meet the third Sunday afternoon at 1:30 pm in the Trout Creek Community Church. The purpose of our group is to make and donate charity quilts. We also make and donate quilts for other non-profit organizations to raffle for funds for their organizations. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Union Springs
Cayuga Lake Quilt Guild, 5 Park St, Union Springs, NY 13021
Mohawk Valley Quilt Guild, 9 Westminster Rd, Utica, NY, 13501
Common Threads Quilters Guild. 65 members, meeting on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Thursday of the month. On the 3rd Thursday we hold a program/workshop, and the 5th Thursdays we do Community Projects. We hold a quilt show every odd year, of over 100 quilts, a boutique, silent auction, and a raffle quilt made by guild members.
Village Quilters. We have about 20 members. We do not charge dues. We meet at 7:30 PM on the first Thursday of each month, September through June. We host a quilt show every other year, and create a raffle quilt every year. We have guest speakers, occasional workshops, and frequent projects for various charities. Meetings will be held at the Voorheesville Public Library starting September 2006.
Warwick Valley Quilters' Guild. Founded in 1982, our members represent NY, NJ & PA! Our 150 members pay a yearly dues of $25 per year. We meet 10-2 on Tue every month: 2nd(business), 4th(program). 1st and 5th(UFO and Service Projects. 3rd workshops (prereg). S&T held at both meeting days. Biennial show, raffle quilt and maintain a scholarship fund.
Seneca Textile Guild - About 25 members meets every second Tuesday. We have an exciting year ahead as we grow. Join us. For more information call 315-539-5430.
NORTH COUNTRY QUILTING GUILD The NCQG meets at 6:30 pm for social and 7:00 for meeting on the 4th Tuesday of each month (except June, July, August, & December) at the Black River Elementary School in Black River, NY. Guild meetings include speakers, classes, and always "Show And Tell". NCQG has approximately 100 members who pay $15.00 a year in dues and sponsors a quilt show every other year.
The Webster Quilt guild meets on the 3rd Friday of the month, September thru June at the Webster United Methodist Church, 169 East Main Street, Webster, NY email@example.com
The Schoolhouse Quilters Guild meets at 7 pm the 2nd monday of each month at the Shepherd of The Valley church on Fassett Lane in Wellsville. We have about 30 members who pay $10 a year. We do charity quilts, raffle quilts, have guest speakers, workshops, shop hops and show & tell each month. Contact our president at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for more information.
- West Nyack
Heritage Quilters of the Hudson Palisades. Meets at 7pm on the third Monday of the month at St. Francis of Assisi Church, 128 Parrot Road, W. Nyack, NY 10994.
Westfield NY Westfield Quilters' Guild, formed in 1993, now has approximately 150 members. Meeting is at 7:00 p.m. the third Thursday of each month at the Firemen's Exempt Hall on Bourne St. We have a short business meeting, show and tell, and refreshments, and a short program of interest to quilters. Dues are $15.00 annually.
Twin City Quilters Guild. We have approx. 110 members. We meet at 6:30pm on the first Wednesday of the month at the Wheatfield Community Center, Church Road. We have a block and fat quarter swap at each meeting. We also have several free workshops a year and shophop once a year. We make several hundred quilts each year for Project Linus. We also do other various forms of charity work. All are welcome - from just wanting to learn to experienced quilters.
- White Plains.
Village Squares Quilters Guild. We meet the second Tuesday of each month at Purchase Friends Meeting House. Our meetings include: Sit-n-stitch from 11AM, Lunch (BYO lunch) tea coffee and goodies provided, Show-n-Tell and an informative program at 1PM. Join us: $40.00/year membership Contact Rhona at email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Mohawk Valley Quilt Club, 31 Capardo Drive, Whitesboro, NY 13492
Reverse Curves Quilt Club. About 30 members. Dues $15. Meetings 10 AM;1st&3rd Tuesdays Williamson American Legion. We have all skill levels who enjoy getting together to help each other and those in need. Projects include quilts for Birthright and for local nursing home. Other projects as needed. Everyone is welcome. Contact Jean Lemmon JT1025@aol.com for information.
Patchworkers. We meet every Wednesday at 1pm at members' homes. We make charity baby quilts, an annual raffle quilt to benefit a local charity, and we do a show the second weekend of August each year.