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.
For more information select the "Opportunity Quilt" page of the website. Click Here
Second Saturday of the month, except July and August
10AM to Noon
Doors open at 9:30AM
Membership: 2018 membership dues: $45.00
($35 is dues and $10 is for 2 books of tickets for the 2018 Opportunity Quilt available at the January meeting.)
Guests are welcome at all meetings: $10.00 guest fee
University of California, Riverside
Palm Desert Campus
75080 Frank Sinatra Drive
Palm Desert, CA 92211
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Want to help the Thomas Fire Victims? Make a Perkiomen quilt block created by the VMQG and send it to the Ventura Modern Quilt Guild or take it to their booth at Road to California.
Click here for the block.
Have quilt related items you would like to donate?? Please contact Pene Owens. Your donations will help support our guild's mission to promote and share the art of quilting.
Click here for photos from our Show and Share at the February Meeting 2018.
Join members of the Coachella Valley Quilt Guild at the Date Festival from Friday, February 16 until Sunday, February 25 and enjoy this wonderful display of quilts from quilters in Riverside County. Members Linda Blake, Karon Patterson, Nancy Wilhelm and Patti Unterman hung this wonderful display. While you are there, you can also enjoy other handcrafts and the train display and purchase tickets for the guild's 2018 Opportunity Quilt.
Check the Date Festival website for details about the fair: www.datefest.org
DESERT QUILTS QUILT SHOW
Save the dates -- Friday, March 2 and Saturday, March 3.
As part of the Desert Guilds Quilt Show, there is a quilt challenge for members of all three guilds involved (Cactus Sewables, Pass Patchers, and Coachella Valley Quilt Guild). This year's challenge was "Off the Beaten Path". At our February meeting, members brought in their quilts and everyone at the meeting got to vote for the quilt they considered the best. The person with the most votes was Karen Lummus for her hiking scene in autumnal colors titled, PCT 2012. Betty Fernandez received the second most votes for her quilt titled, Making Tracks. This small quilt is a peaceful and beautiful beach setting. The third most votes went to Kathleen Herring for her very artistic work full of textures and even flying silk flags titled, On The Road to Manang. Other entries were, Treese Pflum with Quilt Therapy which depicts a modern spiraling walkway in multi colors, Susan Waltz with a whimsical neighborhood full of life and activity titled, Not Nebraska and last but not least Janna Calkin's with a quilt on a quilt called Painted Hills.