|American Sewing Guild
||SALEM, ALBANY, EUGENE/SPRINGFIELD,
ASG is a national organization with chapters all over the country. Our Neighborhood group meets the first Thursday of each month at 9:30 AM at The Sewing Room 448 Main Street, Springfield.
We are people that just like to sew; can be garment sewing, quilting, crafts, or trying to get into sewing and meet those that already enjoy it. Our monthly meeting consist of a short business meeting and introduction, then a sewing demonstration or project, and just socializing.
For more information contact Carolyn Troxel at 541-726-9353 or email@example.com
|Attic Appliquérs Chapter of The Appliqué Society
Sharon's Attic Quilt Shop
2950 SW Cornelius Pass Rd. Suite D
Hillsboro, OR 97123
Meets 2nd Saturday of the month from10am to noon
For more information contact Ila McCallum by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-982-5741
| Azalea Quilters Guild
PO Box 994
Brookings, OR 97415
Meetings are held at the Brookings Presbyterian Church -
540 Pacific Ave. Brookings
The guild meetings for "Fun Day" activites during the day 10am to 4pm and Evening General Meeting at 6:30 (preceded by a social time at 6pm). We are an eclectic group of about 70 ladies who enjoy learning and sharing more about quilting. The highlight of the year is our quilt show held on Memorial Day weekend held at Kalmiopsis Elementary School in conjunction with the annual Brookings Azalea Festival. Activites during the year vary depending on the interests of the current members and have included Block of the Month programs, Mystery Quilts, Round Robins, and a host of other fun things. We take a bus trip to a "big" quilt show every other year, and car pool to some of the closer ones. We invite you to visit if you are in the area.
For more information contact: Susan Powell, President email@example.com
Baker City Quilters
Virginia Lowry 541/523-3038 firstname.lastname@example.org
24428 Keating Grange Lane, Baker City, OR 97814
Meetings are held at the Missouri Flat Grange, 1050 Hughes Lane, Baker City, OR
Baker City Quilt Club does quilt classes doing the same quilt pattern but in our own personal colors, and mystery quilts. For charity we work together making lap and baby quilts for the local nursing homes, hospital, OSP, Rachael Center, that helps unwed mothers and Mayday that helps with abusive situations. We put a quilt show on every year providing our community with a chance to see what the community produces. We have fun and quilt for the love of quilting. Sometimes as a group, we go on shop hops, retreats, and other quilt shows. We invite any newcomer to the area to join us every Wednesday from 8 am to 2 pm except the week of the quilt . We bring our machines or we do hand work. We have a lot of hand appliquér’s and hand quilters and a few that only piece by machine. We encourage everyone to try appliquéing by hand at least once and if they don't like it or can't do it we forgive them. Our motto is to be versatile but love doing what you do. Anyone interest in joining our group or wanting more information about our quilt show please contact me.
PO Box 160, Camp Sherman, OR 97730
Quilt Shows in February and July
|Columbia FiberArts Guild
P.O. Box 19645
Portland, OR 97280-0645
Contact: Ila McCallum, President email@example.com
The Columbia FiberArts Guild sets and maintains high standards of design, color and workmanship in all forms of fiber art. The guild educates in methods of creative fiber techniques and stimulates interest in fiber arts in the community.
|Coos Sand 'N Sea Quilters
Our guild meets on the first Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. starting September through June of each year. Meetings are currently held at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church located at 1290 Thompson Road, Coos Bay, Oregon.
Dues are currently $20.00/year
If you would like more information please e-mail us at:
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
| Capitol Quilters
Morningside St SE
Salem, OR 97302
Our Stitch-In locations (on the alternate fortnight) vary.
Most of our monthly general meetings are held at
Edgewater Townhouse Clubhouse.
Take Willamette south past BraeBurn to Westbrook, turn right,
park in the second guest parking area on the right.
Contact Florence (541-997-3356) or Patricia (541-687-4817)
PO Box 5102
Eugene, OR 97405-0102
|Cave Junction Quilters
Carol Combs 541-592-2296
316 Terrace Drive in Cave Junction, OR
2315 N Coast Hwy, Newport, OR 97365
Guild meets on the second Thursday of the month, alternating days and evenings in the Atonement Church (Lutheran) in Newport, across the street from the Safeway and next door to the PUD offices.
2360 Longwood Drive in Reedsport.
PO Box 173, Reedsport, OR 97467
We meet the 1st Wednesday of each month, September thru May, at 10 am--also two "informal" meetings held on the 2nd & 4th Thursdays from 7-9 pm all at the United Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall....
|Columbia River Gorge Quilters
||COLUMBIA RIVER GORGE
P. O. Box 762
Hood River, OR
Columbia River Gorge Region
(Extending from Grass Valley, Oregon, and Goldendale, Washington, on the east to Cascade Locks, Oregon, and Vancouver, Washington, on the west)
Meetings are held on the third Saturday of February, May, August, and November at locations throughout the region. General Membership meetings typically include a featured lecturer in the morning and one or more classes during the afternoon. Meetings always include time for members to show their work and visit with their peers.
Guild President Marbe Cook
|Crook County Quilt Guild
Morning Guild: The Crook County Quilt Guild meets every Monday at 9:30 AM in The Broughton Room at the Crook County Library in Prineville. Morning Guild welcomes all levels of quilters. In addition to making quilts to donate to the cancer unit at St. Charles Hospital in Bend for those undergoing chemo therapy (over 150 in 2008), each year the guild also makes and donates a quilt for the annual Hospice auctions. We also present the annual Prineville Country Quilt Show now in its 14th year, alternating years with the Prineville Evening Guild.
For more information contact Guild president
Mardyth Peterson 541-416-2579,
or Marilyn Malloy, 541-447-3306
1st & 3rd Mondays are non-structured free sew
(Chemo quilts, Community Projects and
any unfinished projects)
2nd Monday is friendship block exchange
4th Monday a speaker is usually scheduled
The Dayton Blockhouse Quilters are probably the most informal group in the state. We started by a couple of women in Dayton putting on a quilt show a couple of years ago. They took names of others who were interested in quilting and a group started meeting once a month for 2 hours. We have no officers, no organization, no dues and no business meetings. Meetings also wander both in day, time and place depending upon what we need or want to do.
We did a raffle quilt in 1999 and bought Christmas street decorations for the city of Dayton.
We did a second raffle quilt and quilt show in 2000 and a third in 2002.
In-between we visit and go on a couple of quilt shop tours every year.
There are only 5 regular members and 2 or 3
who wander in every now and then.
If someone is interested, we use Debra Lien at the Dayton City Hall as our outside contact (503-864-2956) or Claire Christenson. Other City Hall staff usually know what we're doing too.
We don't know if we're "regular" enough to be listed
in this Oregon Guilds page!
Dog River Quilters
13th and C Street, Hood River OR 97031
at ETC Every Thread Counts - quiltshop
Contact Ann at ETC 541-286-5044
We meet every Monday evening, 6:30-8:30 PM.
On the First Monday of each month we work on community quilts
| East of the
We meet on fourth Wednesdays from 7-9 pm
In the classroom of the Stitchin Post
at 311 W. Cascade, Sisters, Oregon
at the corner of Cascade and Oak in Sisters
| Emerald Valley
Virgina Iverson, President
PO Box 70755, Eugene, OR 97401-0755
We meet 6:30 - 9:30 pm on the third Thursday
of each month at the Masonic Lodge,
2777 MLK BLVD/Centennial Blvd Across from Autzen Stadium
About our Guild
|Fort Rock Guild
||FORT ROCK GUILD
|Garfield Skip-A-Week Quilt Club
Skip-A-Week Quilt Club
We meet every Wednesday at the Garfield Grange out of Estacada from 10 to 3. A few of us stay so we can quilt with the night crew from about 6 to 8. The first Wednesday we have a wonderful potluck. The meeting starts around 11am then the potluck starts at noon. Then we brown bag it the rest of the month. The first Wednesday in August we have a picnic at Eagle Fern Park. In October the club treats its members to a lunch at a restaurant.
There are usually 18 to 35 members present every wednesday with around 60 members total. Our club does hand quilting and we have 3 to 6 quilts to work on at all times. We do a lot of charity quilts of all sizes and make Christmas stockings at Christmas time. Garfield Skip A Week Quilt Club was started in 1921.
Contacts: Martha at 503-668-5935, Ruth at 503-630-4669 or Marsha at 503-361-2386
|425 E. Exeter, Gladstone, OR 97027
President Delores Ellis
| Gold Beach
Monthly, 3rd Thurs. 6:30 p.m.
Event Center On the Beach
Contact Lynne Giottonini at 541-247-7424,
PO Box 138
Gold Beach, OR 97444
President: Kathy Passino
|Heart of the Basin Quilters and Needle Arts
Meetings: 2nd & 4th Mondays, 6pm, at the Suburban Heights Baptist Church on Homedale Rd. PO Box 412
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
Hugo Ladies Club
Anita Ledwidge, PO Box 728 Grants Pass, OR 97526
meets Tues. & Fri. 9am to 12 pm at the
Hugo Ladies Club Schoolhouse 6050 Hugo Rd.
contact - Carolyn Hasbrouck
|Jacksonville Museum Quilters
PO Box 284 , Jacksonville OR 97530
We gather in the "Quilt Room" every
Wednesday & Thursday 9:30 am-12:00
Located in the Jacksonville Community Center
160 East Main St. Jacksonville OR
We are a guild that specializes in fine appliqué and hand
quilting, but all techniques are used and shared in our friendly meetings
|Log Cabin Quilters
St. Helen’s Catholic Church Hall
815 5th Avenue
Sweet Home, OR
Monthly, 1st Tuesday 9:30am
| Mary's River Guild
Philomath, OR 97370
The Metropolitan Patchwork Society of Beaverton now meets at:
Bethel Congregational Church
5150 SW Watson
Beaverton, Or 97005
at 6pm on the 4th Tuesday of each month, excluding December
Metropolitan Patchwork Society
Wilma Zicker, 503/375-0802
PO Box 621, Salem, OR 97308
| Mountain Meadow
PO Box 3563
Sunriver, OR 97707
| Mountain Stars
We meet bi-monthly at the Live Oak Grange
120 Gardiner, Rogue River Oregon
at 9AM - 3PM on the 2nd Saturdays
of Jan, Mar, May, July, Sept, & Nov with the exception of the 3rd Saturday in July
Our purpose is to foster the art of quilting and
to encourage a high standard of design and
technique in all its various forms.
We bring nationally known speakers to lecture and conduct workshops, and we share information concerning our member-groups, quilt shows and other activities by publishing a newsletter.
P.O. Box 101 Jacksonville, OR 97530
| Mt. Bachelor
Meetings: second Mondays (except August) from 7-9 at
Bend Hospice (off of Courtney / 27th)
PO Box 1253, Bend, OR 97709
| Northwest Quilters
PO Box 82158, Portland, OR 97282-0158
We are 500 members strong and meet in SE Portland (Sellwood area) on the 2nd Monday of the month, alternating evening and daytime meetings. We invite you to come and share ideas, learn something new, help with charitable projects, and have fun with us. We host a wonderful annual quilt show which features hundreds of quilts, free demonstrations, a merchant mall, raffle quilt, and more. Please see our web page for more details.
President is Maureen Orr-Eldred
Old Aurora Colony
Aurora Historical Society Museum
212 Second Street, Aurora, OR 97002
Meetings on the second and fourth Wednesday of each
month from 7:00 to 8:30 pm. Quilters meet every Tuesday
morning to quilt on a quilt in a large frame.
Ila McCallum or 503-981-0494
|Pelican Piecemakers of Klamath Falls
Wednesdays from 9 AM to Noon,
4849 SO. 6th St. in Klamath Falls, OR
of Rogue Valley
Fruitvale Grange located at 1440 Parkdale Dr,
Grants Pass (Hwy 99 & Parkdale)
mailing address is P.O. Box 5652, Grants Pass, OR 97527
we meet the 1st and 3rd Monday morning
9:00AM - 12:00noon.
Guild President Oliver Gudmundson
The Rogue Valley Piecemakers was founded in 1979 with 57 members. There are currently 150 members. The first meeting of the month includes a general business meeting. If there is a fifth Monday it is used to work on comfort quilts. Our purpose is to contribute to the growth and knowledge of quilting through friendship,inspiration, education and community outreach. The meetings provide a time to enjoy the fellowship of members, to learn more about quilting techniques and to share experiences about the art of quilt making.
The Evening Guild meets the second Tuesday of each month year-round at 6:45 pm in the Broughton Room at the Crook County Library, 175 NW Meadow Lakes Drive,
For more information, contact Patti Feetham,
Monthly activities include a fat quarter exchange drawing, block of the month drawings, a charm square monthly swap, community quilt projects, and an orphan block project.
| Pioneer Quilters
Freda Young 541-756-4022
Grace Cox 541/271-5628
PO Box 566
Reedsport, OR 97467
| Quilt Questers
Meetings: Third Wednesdays
Island City City Hall at 6:30 PM
403 Allium St
LaGrande, Oregon 97850
President: Linda Crowell, 08-09, PuppyTrouble@msn.com
Vice President: Priscilla Zandi, firstname.lastname@example.org
Program Chair: Jackie Evans 541-997-7238
Meetings: 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month at 10:00 a.m.
Nazarene Church, 1536 12th Street, Florence, OR
Our next Quilt Show is scheduled for August, 2009
SANTIAM SCRAPPERS QUILT GUILD
The monthly meeting is held the 1st Tuesday of each month at 7PM in the Lebanon Senior Center, at 80 Tangent St. This is at the square where Hwy 34 and Hwy 20 meet.
"Third SATURDAY SEW-IN", All Quilters Welcome 3rd Saturdays, 9:30 AM to 3 PM Potluck Lunch. Brown bag lunch or bring something to share.
This is also held at the Lebanon Senior Center Call Peggy at 451-4910 to see if we are doing special project. Or just come along, let's talk quilting and eat chocolate and have lunch
For information call Peggy 451-4910
Web Site: SantiamScrappers.org
P.O.Box 36 Sublimity OR 97385-0036
Edna Rickman (503) 769-6459
meets Thursday 9am - 3:30 at St Boniface Rectory basement
375 Church SE Sublimity, OR 97385
a.k.a. Rowdy River Girls
Conference room A (CRA)
1500 Washington Blvd Grants Pass, OR.
Mailing address: 275 Northwoods Drive, Merlin OR 97532
Our purpose is to build a bridge that encourages friendships. We meet the third Saturday of each month from 10:00 to 12:00 for Show and Tell. Each quarter (March, June, October) on the third Saturday, following our meeting, we provide a quilting demonstration followed by a work session from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. We Sponsor annual retreats in the Spring and Fall.
contact: Delta McConnell
Umpqua Valley Arts Center
1624 West Harvard
For additional information call:
Day Group: 541-679-0287
Evening Group: 541-679-5008
Write To: UVQG
1624 West Harvard Avenue
Roseburg, Oregon 97470
Contact Leta Cook for more information...
| Westside Quilters Guild
Our guild just began in April of 2007, but we already have more than 60 members.
We welcome quilters of all skill levels.
Meetings are held the third Monday at Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church in Cornelius Pass Business Park,
2038 Aloclek Drive, Hillsboro, OR 97124
Show & Tell begins at 6:45 PM
Meeting & Program begins at 7:00 PM
contact Jean Lasswell at 503-642-7735 or www.westsidequilters.org