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Oregon north coast. We have 40 members who pay $12 a year in dues. Meetings are at 7pm on the second and fourth Monday of the month at Grace Episcopal Church in Astoria. We have block of the month pattern exchanges, do surprise swaps, secret sisters, classes and make a yearly raffle quilt to benefit local charities. We have an annual quilt show on the third Saturday in October.
- Baker City
Baker City Quilt Club. We meet every Wednesday from 8am to 3pm at the Missouri Flat Grange #612, 1050 Hughes Lane, Baker City, OR 97814. We have approximately 28 members with dues of $6.00 per month. We have a yearly retreat, guest speakers, show & tell, birthday bags,free sew. We make charity quilts for local rest homes, hospitals, OSP, and children’s centers. We sponsor the Baker City Quilt Show held each year during our cities “Miners Jubilee”. For more information contact email@example.com.
Material Girls Quilt Guild meets every Monday from 10am to 2pm at the Mountain Country Mercentile quilt store. Group support and classes offered. Block trades and birthday fat quarters. Good time!
Mount Bachelor Quilter's Guild meets the second Monday of each month at 7pm at the Hospice Center, 2075 NW Wyatt Court, Bend. Refreshments are served at 6:30pm and the meeting begins at 7pm. We have a yearly raffle quilt and a quilt show each August. We enjoy many activities, including mystery quilts, monthly raffles and guest speakers. firstname.lastname@example.org
Marys River Quilt Guild meets on the last Thursday of each month at the Benton County Historical Museum, 1101 Main Street, Philomath. A "Social Half-Hour" begins at 7:00 pm; programs and business meeting start at 7:30 pm.
Azalea Quilters Guild. We have 60 members. We meet the 4th Monday
of the month for a daytime "Fun Day" and an evening meeting and program. We have Block of the Month, Charm Swaps, Fat Quarter swaps and an annual Challenge Project. We have several classes during the year and an annual bus trip to a quilt show.
- Camp Sherman
Pine Needlers of Camp Sherman. We are a quild of great friends that meet every Tuesday during the winter and every other Tuesday during the summer. We have about 15 members who pay $1.00 a month in dues. We do a raffle quilt each year and also baby quilts to give to community members and family. We offer two quilt shows each year. One in February and another in July. We plan special "sew-ins" held on Sundays when we wish to learn a special new technique from a quild member. Please contact Denise at email@example.com for more information.
- Cave Junction
Valley Girls meet at the I.V. Senior Center, 525 E River St., Cave Junction, Or on the 2nd and 4th Mondays, 10-4 to work on UFOs, projects for our quilt show, and to learn new techniques. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for info.
Chiloquilters This friendly and informal quilting group meets on Thursdays from 11:30 AM into the afternoon at Two Rivers Gallery(140 S First Street) in Chiloquin; hours are flexible. A sack lunch is recommended since meetings usually extend into mid-afternoon. Everyone interested in quilting is welcome! Linus Quilters meet the last Friday of the month from 11:00 AM into the afternoon, at Two Rivers Gallery email@example.com
- Coos Bay
Coos Bay. Coos Sand 'n Sea Quilters. Dues $20. We meet at 7pm on first Thursday, September-June. Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, 1290 Thompson Rd, CB. We have BOM, birthday drawing, secret sister, show & tell, raffle drawing, and informative programs. Annual quilt show third weekend in September. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Coos Sand 'n Sea Quilters, P.O. Box 1206, North Bend, OR 97459.
Quilts from Caring Hands is a non-profit association dedicated to making quilts for children-at-risk such as foster care, abused, drug-addicted, sight-impaired and infants of teen mothers. We meet each Wednesday at the a local church from 9:30 am - 2 pm. All levels of quilters are welcome. Quilts are made from donated fabric, batting and caring hands. Quilts are given to local social service agencies in the area. QCH donates an average of 350 quilts each year. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Corvallis Modern Quilt Guild. We are a new and growing guild with members who are interested in modern quilting. All quilters are welcome. We meet for monthly Sew Day on the last Saturday of each month at the Willamette Landing Community Room, 3501 SE Shoreline Dr., Corvallis. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Elkton Quilters & Friends We are a group of women from Elkton, OR and the surrounding area who enjoy sharing our love of fabric, quilting and the companionship of like minded friends. General Information We meet the 2nd and 4th Thursday each month from 10AM-2PM in the Annex at Elkton Community Education Center (elktonbutterflies.com). Dues are $30 per year. email@example.com
Wallowa Mountains Quilt Guild Meeting held 2nd Thursday of each month at the Tomas Conference Room in Enterprise. No meeting from July-August. Quilt show held each June in beautiful Joseph, Oregon. We have approximately 30 members, we charge $20 annual due. We do BOM, fat quarter exchange, annual raffle quilt, and cook book sales. We are a non profit organization. More info contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Emerald Valley Quilters. The Guild meets the third Thursday of each month at the Masonic Lodge across from Autzen Stadium, 2777 Centennial/Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Eugene, Oregon-GUEST FEE $3.00-- MEMBERSHIP $30.00/YR-JUNIOR MEMBERSHIP $15.00/YR At 6:30 p.m. We have social time, with the meeting beginning at 7:00 p.m. We often have famous quilters speak and offer workshops to our members. We have over 250 members whose efforts support satellite groups, a lending library, challenge blocks, BOMs and swaps, secret pals, and birthday clubs. We have a quilt show every other year in even-numbered years and a quilters' retreat in the odd-numbered years. Every year we create a raffle quilt as our major fund raiser to support our community service projects. Come join us!
Rhododendron Quilt Guild. We have about 60 members who pay $25 a year in dues. We meet on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month at the Florence Nazarene Church. We have a yearly raffle quilt to benefit a local organization and we do a quilt show every odd number year. We have satellite groups that meet during the month. We have several speakers and classes during the year and enjoy sharing of each others work during both monthly meetings. Contact email@example.com for more information.
- Gold Beach
Gold Beach Quilters' Guild. We have approximately 30 members who pay $24.00 a year in dues. We meet at 6:30 PM on the third Thursday of each month at the Event Center. We have a block of the month challenge, fat quarter swaps, a yearly quilt show with an amazing raffle quilt. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Grants Pass
Three Rivers Quilt Guild a.k.a Rowdy River Girls. We have grown to 32+ members. Our dues are $10 a year. We meet the third Saturday of each month from 10am to 12:00 in Conference Room A Washington Campus in Grants Pass. We have a time of show and tell and then a quilt technique demonstration. The 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month we work on community quilts. We have quartly UFO workdays, and a Quilt retreat in the Spring and Fall. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Rogue Valley Piecemakers. We meet the first and third Monday from 9:30am to 12:30pm at the Fruitdale Grange 1440 Parkdale Drive, Grants Pass, Or. 97527 We have approximately 85 members with annual dues of $15. We enjoy sit and stitch, demonstrations, professional teachers, workshops, block exchanges, and a monthly newsletter. We make comfort quilts for the community and an Opportunity Quilt annually to benefit local charities. We have holiday parties and potlucks. Every meeting we have show and tell and door prizes.
Westside Quilters Guild. Westside Quilters Guild welcomes quilters from beginner to professional. We promote charity, education, and community service, and provide programs, workshops, and retreats. Meetings are the 3rd Monday of every month, 6:45pm, at New Life Baptist Church, 3440 E Main St. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 503-433-4057
- Hood River.
Columbia River Gorge Guilters' Guild. We have about 110 members who pay $25 a year in dues. We have regional meetings quarterly Feb, May, Aug, Nov)at various locations throughout the Gorge with an educational lecture, demonstration, or trunk show presented by a Northwest quilt teacher. Some of our Guild programs are Round Robin, Fat Quarter Swap, classes, "Feel Good" Hospital Quilts (our charity quilt program), show-n-tell, and an annual fall Quilt Show. For more information visit our website.
Hugo Ladies Club Schoolhouse Quilters We have 48 members who pay $20 a year in dues. We meet each Friday at 9:00 am in our historic building which has been a ladies club for nearly 90 years. We work on community projects, have classes regularly, our opportunity quilts are always hand quilted by our members. We have an annual show the first Friday and Saturday of October. Many ladies also meet for a social time and working on their own projects on Tuesday morning. Contact Nancy Pullan email@example.com for more information.
Jacksonville Museum Quilters We meet every Wednesday and Thursday from 9am - Noon in the Community Center located at 160 East Main St. We specialize in fine applique and hand quilting.
- Klamath Falls.
Heart of the Basin Quilters & Needle Arts. We meet at 6:00pm the 2nd Monday of each month at Suburban Heights Baptist Church on Homedale Road. Energetic quilters, a yearly raffle quilt, we do a show on odd numbered years. Contact Carol at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Pelican Piecemakers. dues 10.00 a year,o ur address is 4849 S. 6th. We meet every Wednesday morning from 9 am til noon. For those who love to quilt, those who want to learn to quilt and those who just love quilts. email@example.com
We met at 7pm, the third Wednesday of the month at the Island city City Hall building. Dues are two Dollars a month. We make quilts for Shelter From the Storm and the Hospital. We have classes and do mystery quilts, block of the month, and we meet the last Saturday of the month to do UFO's or work on projects.
Santiam Scrappers Quilt Guild, Est. 2002. About 50 members, Linn & Benton Counties. Dues $25. Meetings—St Martin’s Episcopal Church, 1461 Grove St, Lebanon OR, Main meeting—1st Thursdays 7PM–9PM; Saturday SewIn—3rd Saturday 9:30AM–3PM. Quilt Shows—Mother's Day; Strawberry Festival (1st weekend June); Annual Guild Show (3rd weekend October). Contact—(541) 451-4910, PO Box 844, Lebanon OR 97355.
Piecemakers Quilt Guild. We have 25-30 members. Annual dues $6. Meetings 6:45 PM, second Monday, September through May in the Alterra Villas Senior Living Center, 775 NE 27th St, 2nd floor. We have a Block of the Month Program, an annual Silent Auction and an annual quilt show. We actively contribute to the Willamette Valley Medical Center Layette Project, providing well over 100 baby quilts per year.
Lincoln County. We have 150+ members from all over the county. We meet the second Thursday of the month in Newport. Many activities, programs, workshops and an annual Quilt Show the first weekend in August. Contact - OCQG PO Box 382 South Beach, OR 97366
Treasure Valley Quiltmakers. Approximately 30-40 members, paying $5 annual dues. Meeting 3rd Thursday of month at St Paul Luthern church in Ontario. Round robin, challenge blocks, charity projects. There is also a weekly group that helps members hand quilt projects. Oregon. Ontarion. Treasure Valley Quiltmakers, P.O. Box 1198, Ontario, OR 97914
Marys River Quilt Guild meets the 4th Thursday of each month at the Benton County Historical Museum, 1101 Main St, Philomath. A social half-hour begins at 6:30 pm, programs and business meeting start at 7:00 pm. Our on-going programs include block of the month, secret sister, and round robins along with our annual challenge quilt reveal. We have programs every month except December. We sponsor Quilt County and Quilts in the Garden tour on odd numbered years.
Northwest Quilters. We have about 500 members who pay $20 per year in dues. We meet on the second Monday of each month, alternating between 9:30 AM and 7:00 PM, at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Sellwood. We have programs at each meeting, including at least one nationally-known speaker each year, along with a workshop. We have had a quilt show each year since 1974. Other highlights of our guild: a BOM; two retreats each year; we make charity quilts; have monthly UFO meetings; have a lending library; many small quilt groups meet weekly; and we publish a monthly newsletter, the "Patchword".
Portland Modern Quilt Guild. PMQG is a group of Modern Quilters who are addicted to sewing, fabric, and learning new techniques. We are a part of the Modern Quilt Guild movement. We have about 50 members. Membership is not required to attend meetings. We meet monthly to learn and share. We also get together, formally or informally, for events such as sewing nights. firstname.lastname@example.org
Crook County Quilt Guild. Our Guild has about 70 members. Annual dues are $10. We meet every Monday from 9:30AM to noon at the Broughton Room,Crook Co Library. Regular meetings are on the 2nd and 4th Mondays, with guest speakers,friendship block exchange,show and tell & more.1st and 3rd Mondays are "free sew" days or classes. We make quilts to donate to a local hospital for chemotherapy patients & also donate a quilt each year for the annual Hospice fund raising auction. For info on the chemotherapy quilts, contact email@example.com For other guild business, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prineville Evening Quilt Guild meets the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 6:45pm at the Crook County Library. Support, sharing, and learning. Inquiries to P O Box 683, Prineville, Or 97754 email@example.com
Coast Quilters. We have about 45 members who pay $15 a year dues. We meet on the first Wednesday of the month, at 10 a.m., at the United Presbyterian Church in Reedsport, September thru May. We have BOM's, fat quarter drawings, welcome table drawings, Pot o' Gold auctions, and breakfast is always on the counter when you arrive around 9:30 to chat with friends. We are a cheerful, easygoing, happy group, with lots of show and tell, and happy chatting. Come play with us!
- Rogue River.
Mountain Stars Quilters Guild. We meet at the Live Oak Grange, 120 Gardiner St.at 10:00 am. More details at our website for details on workshops and what's happening at the guild meetings. Every even year we hold a quilt show. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rogue Valley Piecemakers meet the 1st and 3rd Mondays from 9a.m. to noon at the Live Oak Grange, 120 Gardiner, Rogue River. We have sit and stitch, show and tell, demonstrations, workshops by members, comfort quilts and professional teachers. We hold a quilt show the last weekend of June every year that includes an opportunity quilt and a silent auction as well a display of over 100 quilts. Ardis Bucy email@example.com
The Umpqua Valley Quilters' Guild meets Sept. through June at the Umpqua Valley Arts Center, 1624 W. Harvard. Day meetings are the 1st and 3rd Tuesday at 10:00 am. Evening meetings are the 1st Thursday at 6:00 pm. Annual dues are $20. Meetings include a short business meeting, guest speaker, door prize, block of the month, etc. The 3rd Tuesday meeting is a quilting get together.
Mid-Valley Quilt Guild. We have over 300 members who pay $25 yearly dues. The meetings are on the last Wednesday of the month, excluding December, at 9:30am and 7pm, at The Scottish Rite Temple, 4090 Commercial Street SE, Salem, OR. See our website or email for information firstname.lastname@example.org
- St. Helens.
Columbia River Piecemakers. We have about 30 members who pay $25 a year dues. We meet at 6:30 p.m. on the 1st Wednesday of the month at the Columbia River PUD, 64001 Columbia River Hwy (Hwy 30), Deer Island. We do a charity raffle quilt, and have an annual quilt show, and also at least one workshop a year. Contact Pellaprose@aol.com for more information.
The Tualatin Valley Quilt Guild meets on the second Tuesday of each month (except for December)at 7PM at the Sherwood Senior Citizen Center. Each meeting this is a program, Block of the Month,show and tell, and Fat Quarter raffle. Our charity group is very active. Each year we create a raffle quilt and organize a retreat. Our dues are $30 per year. email@example.com.
B.U.G. Basin of the Umpqua Guild Quilters. Our goal is sharing and promoting our passion for quilting and to encourage the continual education of this art. At the present time we have 27 members and meet the first Wednesday of each month, except July and August, at the Pine View mobile home park on Central Avenue. We have refreshment time, business meeting, different projects that are ongoing, block of the month , charity quilts, learning sessions, etc. We also try to have two bus trips a year when we go shop hopping. Doris Myers firstname.lastname@example.org