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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.
Monday, March 27th:
Member in the Spotlight: Peggy Skamarycz
Our March meeting will feature one of our own talented quilters, Peggy Skamarycz. Peggy will bring a trunk show of her work and talk a bit about her journey as a quilter. Please join us to see her beautiful quilts.
In addition to Peggy's presentation, we will repeat the "More Before" activity we had in February. We will start at 6pm and cut some of the guild's fabric stash to make comfort quilt kits. Bring cutting mats, rulers, cutters, ironing boards and irons and help us make some of this fabric into beautiful quilts. Many thanks to all that participated in February. If you cannot make it to the meeting early and want to help, talk to Maryann Geiser and she can send you home with some fabric to kit up to make 9-patches for future comfort quilts.
Monday, March 27th, 2017
St. John the Evangelist Church
Tina van Roggen will be teaching a workshop for our members in April. The workshop will take place on Sunday, April 23rd, from 10am-4pm at the New England Quilt Museum in Lowell. Tina will teach us how to make a "Disappearing Hourglass" quilt. The fee for the workshop is $20 and will be collected at the March meeting. The class is limited to 24. Full class supplies and tool list will be available at our March meeting or by clicking here . You can sign up at the meeting or by sending an email to Maryann Geiser.
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:
Open Sew Join fellow members for open sewing time at the Chelmsford Senior Center, 75 Groton Rd (Rt 40).
Currently scheduled dates are March 13 and 20; April 3 and 10; and May 1, 8, and 15 from 6:30-9:00 pm. Come for all or part. Bring a project or just come to socialize. You will find great lighting, large tables, an iron, cutting mat, and fabrics which may be used for comfort quilts.