Welcome to the Chelmsford Quilters' Guild, Inc. web site. We are a large group of quilters of all experience levels and many interests. We welcome you to learn more about us through the links to the left.
Our November meeting features speaker Michele O'Neil Kincade who will talk about her metamorphosis to Art Quilter. In the 35 plus years that she's considered herself an artist, Michele has explored media from
pen and ink, oils and watercolors to mixed media, all the while sewing garments and home decorating items for family and friends, moving up to designing and making Wedding dresses and formal wear. Travel with Michele from the beginnings of her artistic awareness, to her complete immersion into the
world of Fiber Art Quilting. She promises to bring 'gobs' of quilts for up-close hands-on enjoyment as she talks about a "Traditional Quilter Gone Amok."
More Before:This month Anne Gallo will be demonstrating a couple of simple holiday projects.
It's that time - Fill out your membership form:click here to print and fill it out in advance to save time.
Exchanges and Activities scheduled: Refreshments If your last name is Cerra though Gallo: please bring in a refreshment this month. We suggest: cheese
& crackers, bite-size appetizers or desserts, vegetable sticks or fruit, bottle of juice, cider or soda. We welcome refreshments from anyone, at any time. Labeling your refeshment is appreciated by those with allergies/food preferences.
Guests are always welcome to attend our guild meetings. Guest fees are $5 per night. See the Calendar for this year's programs.
Meeting Cancellation Policy:
In cases of inclement weather, check your email or the website before heading out to a meeting. Or you can call one of the guild officers.
Everyone is welcome to join us on Monday nights from 6:30 to 9:00pm working on comfort quilts at the Chelmsford Senior Center, 75 Groton Road (Rt 40), North Chelmsford, MA 01863. For dates, please
contact Jane Mudgett at 978-677-6477. Please sign in on the computer when you come! You will find great lighting, large tables, an iron, cutting mat, and fabrics which may be used for comfort quilts.