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.
Watch for the 2022 Opportunity Quilt to be revealed January 2022.
There will be no 2021 Opportunity quilt because of the pandemic. You can view past Opportunity Quilts by clicking here.
Second Saturday of the month
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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June Meeting -- Saturday, June 12, 2021
Elements of a Modern Quilt
Meeting begins at 10:00am
Program begins at 11:00am
Ever wonder what makes a quilt a "modern quilt"? There seems to be many definitions out there, but Lynn Hanna from the Inland Empire Modern Quilt Guild will share the Modern Quilt Guild's definition with descriptions and sample quilts. Join us as Lynn walks us through a few short presentations each highlighting a portion of the Modern Quilt Guild's definition of a modern quilt.
Join fellow guild members in a Zoom Sit and Sew. Sew what others are creating and share your current project or just come and enjoy the company. Watch your email for more information and the Zoom link.
We will be doing this monthly, so if you can't join us in June you might over the summer.
Download and check out Patti Reyes' hints for putting words on fabrics. Click here.
Tatyanna, from Olive Crest accepted 30 quilts from Stitches for Kids. The group has been very busy. They even made the table topper Tatyanna is holding for Olive Crest's office manager, Angela Allen. The table topper and quilt on the right were made from a donation of fabrics from Joy Rasmussen (Angela's mother). Joy was a CVQG guild member.
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 email@example.com
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