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Colonial Quilters Guild

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Regular Guild meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. at Holy Cross Evangelical Lutheran Church, 27-- Jacksonville Rd., Bethlehem, PA 18017 Here's a map to our meeting location.
Because of the size of our meeting space, we have a guest policy for meetings: Guests may attend two meetings per year for a $3.00 guest fee. They may be placed on a waiting list if interested in becoming a member. Please review the membership information, attend a meeting as a guest and give your name and phone number to the guild Vice President to be put on the waiting list.


Quilts from our 2014 Quilt Show

Upcoming Meetings and Other Events


  • March 10, 2015 We're going to spend the evening socializing with our fellow quilters while we brush up on our hand piecing skills (for a good cause). Please bring along a needle, neutral color thread and a small scissors. We'll supply the fabric.
  • March 20-21, 2015 We will have our annual "Non - Sleepover" Quilt Weekend. The times are Friday from 3 - 9 and Saturday from 9 - 3. The cost is $5/day. Bring your sewing machine, UFO's, handwork or whatever you'd like. Come one day or two. This is another great time to socialize with fellow guild members while working on your quilt projects. We'll provide pizza and snacks on Friday and lunch and snacks on Saturday. Please sign up and pay at the March meeting. I hope you'll join us!
  • April 14, 2015 -- AQS author Robert DeCarli will present Remarkable Rectangles. His primary interest, besides teaching, is designing various size, interlocking log cabins and converting weaving patterns to quilts. In each area, the number of possibilities is seemingly endless, but he pursues them one at a time.I'm very excited to have Bob presenting this program and workshop. There are a few spots open for the April 15 (9:00-3:00) workshop. The cost is $25 and the fabric requirements are listed in our newsletter. Sign-up and pay for the workshop at the March meeting.

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