Welcome to our Website . . .
The Chino Valley Quilters is a small and welcoming group of members interested in all aspects of quilting . . . read more here. . .
Joanne has started the Chino Valley Quilters' Library. She asked members to bring in any books, DVDs, and magazines they no longer wish to store and they will become part of the library for members to check out and return. Please remember to bring your books and etc. to each meeting.
Friendship Group News-
Friendship Groups are such an important and fun part of our guild.
If you are an active member of Chino Valley Quilters and would like to join a group, please contact a Board member or a Chairperson.
The Stitch'n Sisters friendship group held our January meeting at Vera Flores home in honor of her 94th birthday. We all had a wonderful time and got to meet many of Vera's wonderful family. Happy Birthday to Vera!
In addition to Vera's revealed quilt above, there are 8 more Stitch'n Sisters that participated in this Round Robin project. See 8 more here. . .
This month thank you to Marci for this great blog link. Have you ever wondered if your fabrics should be pre-washed? If so, check out the interesting blog we just added to our Resources. Just click here for more. . .
Members, if you have a tip or a trick to share, please contact Marci Meyer or Judy Van Haecke. They will be able to add your idea to the website.
Monthly Guild Meetings
2nd Tuesday of each month
Doors 8:30 for setup - 9:00 sign-in.
First Southern Baptist Church Gymnasium (behind the church)
1524 N State Route 89, Chino Valley, AZ
More information >
Important Meeting Reminder
Please do not wear any cologne, perfume or scented lotion to the guild meeting. Some of us are quite sensitive or allergic to chemicals found in them, so please be considerate of your neighbor.
Members please bring your no longer used books, etc. Thank you,
Happy Birthday to our April Ladies!
*Reminder: When your birthday falls within our meeting month, please remember to bring a gift with a value of approximately $10.00. A suggestion would be to think of something small that you would enjoy for yourself. If you could not attend your birthday month's meeting please bring your gift another month.
June 1 & 2, 2018
Mountain Top Quilters Guild
"Quilts of The High Desert Quilt Show
Prescott Valley Events Center.
We look forward to seeing you at the Quilts of the High Desert Show in June. Hours are Fri 9am to 5 pm and Sat 9am to 4pm.
Over 300 quilts will be on display throughout the show. This year the show will feature a special exhibit from the National Quilt Museum in Paducah, KY. Other events include a “small quilts" auction on Saturday at 1pm. The Opportunity Quilt "Fiesta Mexico" raffle takes place on Saturday at 3pm. Raffle tickets are $1.00 each or 6/$5. Quilts with a Story starts Friday at 10am, 1&3pm and on Saturday at 10am. A vendor mall and boutique are also featured.
Admission is $5 per person.
For more information visit our website at www.mountaintopquiltersguild.com.
Did You Know?
Did you know that there is a link under Resources for 400 Free Motion designs with videos? Resources is a great page for inspiration and education. Resources
Show & Tell
Gloria Gillis – Row by Row style of Appliqued Dragons, which took her 6 years on and off to complete..
Lucille Hurley – wool on wool appliquéd wall hanging; old UFO of 3-D appliqué of Sunflowers and Blackbird; and a Bionic Gear Bag (BGB) in chicken fabric with lots of pockets inside.
Rose Marie Andreozzi – Five BGBs in various colors and fabrics! It took about two hours to complete each bag.
Barbara Sweeney – Travel Tote Bag for an upcoming cruise and a machine embroidered teddy bear.
Barbara Cox – Drunkard’s Path wall hanging in orange/yellow and blue
Carole Smith – Wall hanging of a Rooster on a fence with Seminole border
Liz Hart for Robyn Peterson – Red Moon Garden coloring book covers quilt in gray scale, all machine embroidered and a wall hanging tribute to the military also gray scale, machine embroidered.
Joanne Fitterer – A lovely quilt of multiple blue squares made especially for her Mama Mary’s bed.
Thelma Walker – Child’s quilt of construction equipment, all machine appliquéd. A short jacket in blues and turquoise, embellished with gold stitching.
Kathy Victor – Two brightly colored African print quilts, one “African Shadows” and the other a colorful wall hanging.