Centrally located in the beautiful Coachella Valley of Southern California. The Guild shall be a non profit organization established to promote appreciation of quilting, to share and to uphold the heritage of a timeless folk art, and to further the education and skill levels of the members of the guild.
Machine pieced by Ann Nonimus
Machine Quilted by Hester Mastero
Dedicated to the Countless Generations of Nameless Quilters
Drawing December 3, 2022
Do not need to be present to win.
Tickets 1 for $1 and 6 for $5
Contact VP Opportunity Quilt for tickets
Second Saturday of the month
Check out our Hybrid (In person and Zoom at the same time) meetings!
10AM to Noon
Doors open at 9:30AM
Membership: 2022 membership dues: $35.00
Renew on line by clicking here.
Guests are welcome at all meetings: $10.00 guest fee
We are holding hybrid meetings -- in person at UCR and Zoom.
University of California, Riverside
Palm Desert Campus
75080 Frank Sinatra Drive
Palm Desert, CA 92211
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July Meeting -- Saturday, July 9, 2022
Leslie Herbst and Tony DeZego
Meeting begins at 10:00am
Program begins at 11:00am
July meeting will be our second set of studio tours featuring the home studio’s of Leslie Herbst and Tony DeZego. Join us as we explore their sewing spaces. Invite your friends and fellow quilters as this meeting has no guest fee.
July Sit and Sew -- Sunday, July 10, 2022
July Zoom Sit ad Sew
Sunday, July 10, 2022
10am to 12pm
Join Annie Houston and other guild members at a Zoom Sit and Sew and share your sewing projects.
Use the same Zoom link as for the meeting.
Any questions contact Annie Houston by clicking here.
Sew What Table Summer Clearance Event
Saturday, July 23
9am to 11am
Not sure what kind of quilt we are looking for? Click here for more information.
CVQG has paid for our members to attend this event. It is FREE to all members who wish to attend. Come enjoy a fantastic zoom classroom experience! Learn lots of quilting techniques from some of the best teachers around!
To learn more and see the list of teachers presenting go to the All Star Sampler Platter page by clicking here.
NEW: you will be able to watch the events for 48 hours after they end.
Mary Gorfine presented each Board officer elect for the 2022-2023 term with a star wand to help them create magic for the guild in their job! Thank you, Mary, for such a clever start to their term.
Congratulations to the Board officers who were selected for the next term! They are:
Tony DeZego, President
Cheryl Quesnell and Nancy Wilhelm, VP of Programs
Patti Reyes, VP Opportunity Quilt
Treese Pflum, VP Facilities
Kathy Dunham, Secretary
Cal Trimpey, Treasurer
Stephanie Beasley and Marcia Ulrich, Membership
Janna Calkins, Parliamentarian
Jackie Mason and Judi Moran, Philanthropy
September Class - Sunday, Sept 11, 2022
Gnomes and More
10am to 12pm
Make a gnome on a placemat, table runner, wall hanging, or pillow to brighten up your Holiday decor.
Patterns of several different male and female gnomes will be provided as part of the class fee.
We will also explore ways to frame your gnomes.
Click here for the supply list.
Sunday, Oct. 9
9am to 3pm
In person class at UCR
Whimsy Wedges gives the maker an opportunity to be creative with their fabric choices. Every Dresden in the class will be different. This is a great pattern for a full sized quilt, wall hanging, table runner, or a pillow.
Saturday, Nov. 12
Lyric Montgomery Kinard
Bead It Like You Mean It
2pm to 5pm
NOTE: This is a 3 hour Zoom following the morning meeting.
Add beads of all shapes and sizes to your quilts and wearable art, easily and after you are done quilting. Here’s the prize: no knots or mess on the back! Learn to embellish in a way that adds to the overall design instead of looking like an afterthought.
Students will create a small fabric flower collage on batting and learn different beading techniques such as solid line bead embroidery, attaching bugle beads, and creating a beaded bezel used to attach a cabochon to the fabric’s surface.
To enroll in theses classes go to the Programs 2022 page by clicking here.
If you or any guild member you know have won a prize at a recent quilt show, we would love to acknowledge your accomplishment. Please send an email with a photo and details to firstname.lastname@example.org
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