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.
Beads on a String
Machine Pieced by Sharon Rooker
Custom Quilted by Treese Pflum
Drawing is on December 12, 2020
Raffle tickets 6 for $5.
Second Saturday of the month, except July and August
Check out our Zoom meetings!
10AM to Noon
Doors open at 9:30AM
Membership: 2021 membership dues: $25.00
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Guests are welcome at all meetings: $10.00 guest fee
On Zoom until further notice! Join us!
University of California, Riverside
Palm Desert Campus
75080 Frank Sinatra Drive
Palm Desert, CA 92211
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Saturday, October 17, 2020
9:00 – 12:00
Joslyn Senior Center parking lot
What a success Leslie Herbst and her helpers had on Saturday morning with their outdoor, physically distancing Sew What Table. If you missed this one, watch for the announcement for the next one. Leslie has lots to put on sale from the numerous donations she has been receiving. There is fabric, patterns, tools and much much more looking for a good home!
November Meeting --
Saturday, November 14, 2020
Shoot Your Quilt
Meeting begins at 10:00am
Program begins at 11:00am
When Trudy Cleveland started her long arming business in 2010, she made a commitment to document her progress. This led to taking photography classes at a local college. Each class she completed taught her how to improve both the quilting process and the final image of a quilt.
Trudy will share that knowledge in a presentation on how to take professional looking photographs with your Smartphone. She will open up “secret” features in your iPhone that can enhance any image you take with your smartphone. Have your phone by your side as this lecture is interactive!
Guild member, Mary Gorfine, had two wall quilts accepted at the PIQF Virtual Quilt Show that is going on from October 14 to 17, 2020. Congratulations, Mary, on having Lake At Dusk and Snohomish entered into to the Wall Quilts category. To see these quilts and more at the online quilt festival click here.
Stretch your mind (and maybe your quilting skills) as you bring back memories of the Beatles!!
Click here for more information.
Ready for some fun? Join us for a simple mystery quilt that makes into a lap quilt/charity quilt. (Or make it bigger by adding more borders.) Jer Williams guarantees there are no half-square triangles or curves involved. Just squares and rectangles. On Friday, October 23 we will have Sewing Step 3. You can still start the mystery quilt. The Fabric Selection and Cutting Instructions will stay on the website and you can download them when you are ready. Check out what fabrics other members are using and how they are coming together on our Mystery Quilt page.
Take some photos of how your project is progressing to share at future meetings and on our website.
The various steps will be available on the website (click here) after being sent out to members.
Marcia Ulrich has delivered close to 600 surgical caps to Linda Evans of Desert Regional/JFK Hospitals for use by their staff. What a wonderful effort from many of our members. The work is continuing and you can pick up kits to sew into surgical caps or drop off finished caps on Thursdays 9am to 10am outside Monica’s Quilt and Bead Creations. Any questions, just contact Marcia Ulrich at email@example.com
From Desert Regional Hospital Staff. They loved what members created!!
The Corona virus may have stopped many things but it hasn't stopped members of Stitches For Kids from producing some amazing quilts for Olive Crest so far this summer. "Stitching From Home" -- as Patricia Page puts it -- the groups members have produced 58 quilts! The photos above are just some of what they have done. What a wonderful job, ladies!
Need information on making a mask for the coronavirus pandemic? Click here for a copy to the Turban Project face mask.
Unfortunately the retreat center will not be open in November 2020, so we had to cancel the retreat. We will post any updates for a 2021 Retreat as the information becomes available.
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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