We will be meeting via Zoom at 6:30PM
Members – watch your emails for upcoming link to ZOOM
Our Next General Meeting will be October 18th, 2021.
Guests – please request link to ZOOM as a
guest to Chase Lawrence our Membership Chair

Our Upcoming Events

Meet Up at the Park –
A casual meet up, a chance to visit your friends, share a project.. coffee and treats. Door Prizes and a Mini Raffle!
Sept 22nd – 10:30am – Rood Bridge Park – 4000 SE Rood Bridge Rd, Hillsboro, OR 97123. Join Us!

Theme Contest for WQG Quilt Show 2022 –
winner was Patty Dobbs for her suggestion of “A Quilted Paradise
See more about or Quilt Show here: Click here

Hallmark Resort & Spa Cannon Beach Retreat
October 2021 –
Registration now CLOSED

Hallmark Resort & Spa
more information.. click here

Our Recent Workshops

Fridays- July 23rd AND July 30th (each session will be 9am-noon)
Saturdays- July 24th AND July 31st (each session will be 9am-noon)

Trudy Cleveland will be speaking for our July 19th Zoom guild meeting.  She will also be doing 2 workshops for us, titled, “Shoot Your Quilt”. 
The cost for the 6 hr workshop is $45.00.  (The identical workshops run frequently on her website, and cost $55.00).Both workshops are identical but are limited to 15 students (so we booked 2 because we know you’ll love her!).  The workshops are 6 hrs, split into (2) 3-hr sessions.Fridays- July 23rd AND July 30th (each session will be 9am-noon)Saturdays- July 24th AND July 31st (each session will be 9am-noon)We are unable to accommodate requests to participate in one Friday and one Saturday.  You must take both Fridays, OR both Saturdays.
PAID MEMBERS of the guild for the 2021-2022 membership year will be able to register for workshops on our new website (link) between July 1, 2021 and July 20, 2021. AFTER July 20th, remaining slots will be made available on Trudy’s website.  If there are openings, members as well ad non-members can register on Trudy’s website for $55. More about Trudy’s “Shoot Your Quilt Workshop”
Registrations online July 5-20!!

Our Recent Events

Oregon Gardens Retreat
March 2021

We had an opportunity to promote our group by hanging a quilt in the lobby of the Oregon Gardens Resort, during our stay.

Our October Featured Speaker
Our speaker for the October guild meeting will be Krista Moser. Krista’s trunk show/lecture is “Diamonds are a Quilter’s Best Friend”.
Krista Moser is the creative force and inspiration behind The Quilted Life. A quilting and fiber arts enthusiast, she started sewing at 8 years old, sneaking off to the sewing machine during her Mom’s nap time. Since she couldn’t read patterns, everything was made from her imagination, propel the creativity and the innovative design she is known for today. She began her professional sewing and machine quilting career at the spunky age of fourteen adding the texture and dimension machine quilting brings to every project.
Krista has been teaching sewing and quilting lessons for more than twenty years. Her work has been featured in quilting magazines, published by Martingale Press, and hung in prominent quilt shops around the country.

Find Krista:
E-mail: info@kristamoser.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kristamoserquilt/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/krista_moser/
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/kristamosertheq/

Our September Featured Speaker

The featured speaker for our September guild meeting is Kim Jamieson-Hirst of Chatterbox Quilts, who will be zooming to us from Alberta, Canada. She will speak about “How to Conquer Your Fear of Free Motion Quilting”.  What are most quilters afraid of? Free motion quilting! In this presentation, Kim addresses the reasons behind this fear and how to overcome them and actually enjoy free motion quilting.
Kim is a teacher and creator of several quilting courses, such as First Steps into Free Motion Quilting, Stitch Composer Basics, and others. Kim shares her quilting knowledge through her YouTube channel, Chatterbox Quilts’ Facebook group, and her private online membership, The Quilter’s Way, where the focus is on free motion quilting. Kim’s patterns and articles have been featured in various quilting magazines and she has been a guest on several quilting podcasts. Her YouTube videos have been viewed by thousands of quilters who appreciate her upbeat personality and easy to understand tutorials.
Kim believes that quilting is more than stitching an accurate ¼” seam, that chocolate is an essential quilting tool, and that “practice makes improvement”.

Connect with Kim at:
Chatterbox Quilts: http://www.chatterboxquilts.com
The Quilter’s Way: http://thequiltersway.mpqs
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/chatterboxquilter
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/chatterboxquilts
Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/chatterboxquilts/
Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.ca/cbquilts/

Our August Featured Speaker

We are thrilled to tell you that we have a wonderful speaker filling in for Jaimie!  Meg Cox will be zooming to us from her home in New Jersey.  Her program is titled, “Behind the Scenes at the Greatest Quilt Museum in the World“.  Meg serves on the board of advisors of the International Quilt Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska and will reveal some of the treasures of this amazing place.  Read more about Meg and her lecture on her website-  www.MegCox.com.  And while you’re there, you can sign up for her newsletter.
Check out the recent “Quilter on Fire” podcast featuring Meg:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08OeWec_1CU
Meg is a well known speaker and has many topics. When she does this particular program, she donates 100% of her lecture fees to the International Quilt Museum.
Please enjoy this informative and entertaining speaker on Monday evening- set your alarms so you don’t miss it!!!

Due to illness, will reschedule

Jaimie Davis of Loopy Tulips Designs- www.loopytulips.com. Jaimie Davis began quilting as a young mom who needed a creative outlet, and her passion has since grown into making and selling patterns, teaching, and conducting workshops with students. She lives in Tigard, Oregon and spoke to our guild several years ago about the history of Baltimore Album quilts. This versatile quilter will be back in August to speak about landscape quilts.

Our July Featured Speaker

Trudy has been sewing since she was 12 years old and has progressively grown as a sewing enthusiast. Starting a LongArmer business meant she needed to find a way to document her journey. Taking photographs of her customers quilts seemed the logical step. Trying to perfect her photography of quilts led her to take digital classes at the community college. The first class “Digital Photography” opened up a new world and led to constantly improving on the technique of photographing quilts. She still maintains a LongArmer business and takes a photograph of eery customer quilt. She lectures and offers workshops on “How To Photograph Your Quilt”.
Her website is https://trudycleveland.com/quilts-photography/

Our June Featured Speaker

Cheryl Malkowski lives in Roseburg, OR, with her husband, Tom, and her dogs, Cooper and Gracie. She loves everything about quilting as long as it can be done with a machine. A quilter since 1993, Cheryl has written 6 books with C&T Publishing, including the best seller, Doodle Quilting, and its sequel, Doodle Quilting Mania. She has been published several times in magazines such as American Patchwork & Quilting and Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting, and has her own pattern company, cheryl rose creations.  She has worked closely with Timeless Treasures Fabrics, designing mostly with their Tonga Batiks. Her first line of fabric came out in 2010 and she’s currently acquiring the skills needed to do it again with her own artwork . She has been a featured guest on The Quilt Show with Alex Anderson and Ricky Tims, and Quilt It! The Longarm Quilting Show. She loves to travel and teach.

for more Featured Speaker info (Click here)

Our May Featured Speaker
Lori Dickman
Lori Dickman has been sewing for over 45 years and quilting for over 30 years. She teaches numerous quilting and sewing classes. After spending 15 years concentrating in the art of garment sewing, she began her quilting journey in 1988 when she created her first quilt.  Living in the Chicago area has allowed her the privilege of attending
workshops and classes taught by nationally-known sewing and quilting instructors at the many Expo’s in Illinois and Wisconsin, as well as through the American Sewing Guild. The art of “Making” has been a wonderful journey for her!  
For our May guild meeting, Lori will be zooming to us from her home in Rockford, IL. She will be presenting her “Favorite 3-D’s: Dresdens, Diamonds, and Drunkard’s Paths”. We’ll be treated to a trunk show of Lori’s favorite “D” quilts! This trunk show features over 30 of Lori’s quilt designs with styles that will cover every quilter’s favorites: from traditional to appliqué to modern and everything in between!  In this lecture, Lori will inspire you to pick up those template rulers and have fun designing and piecing fabulous quilts! Quilting templates have always been Lori’s “go-to” tools for piecing fast and fun quilts.