Welcome to the Chelmsford Quilter's Guild 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.
Remember this lovely Storm at Sea quilt? This was our 1987 Raffle Quilt. I have no other information on it. If you know who worked on it, quilted it, or anything else about it, I'd love to hear from you.
Our Next Meeting:
Featured: Member Showcase Our yearly Member Showcase features the unique and colorful work of Opal and Sharon. Opal Goff is a family medicince physician in her "other life." Her wonderful quilts grace the walls of her practice, putting her patients at ease. She followed in the footsteops of both of her grandmothers when she began quilting in 1978. Opal will share how she chooses just the right colors and farbics for her colorful, unique, eclectic, ribbon-winning quilts. Sharon Bogin didn't even know how to sew when she made her first quilt in 1998. She's been unstoppable ever since, winning Challenge ribbons for the beautiful, contemporary quilts she designs. She is also known for her skillful machine quilting using her domestic sewing machine. Hear how Sharon makes challenges fun by playing with design and applying new techniques.
More Before: "Anne's Wit & Wisdom" at 6 p.m. We're breaking blocks down to see the easiest way to make them. Bring your "homework" of quilt pictures with their blocks and be ready to rock at 6 o'clock.
Guests are always welcome to attend our guild meetings. Guest fees are $5
for nights when we have a speaker, $3 to attend other meetings. 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.
New on the Site:
Come and join the open sew at the Chelmsford Senior from 6:30-9 on February 3, 12, 19.
Blog of the Month
Quilting Hottie Haven... I posted Beth Helfter blog a couple of years ago when she spoke at our meeting and it's always fun to read. February is "Drop and Give Me 20" month with prizes, advice and encouragement. Join the fun by promising to spend at least 20 minutes every day on something quilt-related and see how it adds up. This would be the perfect time to dust off old projects and get them finished for our quilt show in May.
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