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Bigfork Piecemaker's Quilt Guild. We have about 35 members who pay $10 a year in dues. We meet at 7 pm the third Thursday of the month (no meeting in August) at the Swan River School. We have a block of the month exchange, a yearly raffle quilt, a quilt show, a scholarship for a graduating high school girl, a winter retreat with a seminar, donate community quilts and a Christmas potluck with the Flathead quilt club. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Quilt by Association. We meet the first Monday of the month, 7:00 p.m. at the American Lutheran Church, 5 Lewis Ave. Dues are $20. We do monthly activities, quilt block exchanges, share in social time with treats, and encourage Show and Tell. Our guild along with the Yellowstone Valley Quilt Guild, have a quilt retreat every other year. We are an interesting bunch of quilters, come join us.
LWML Quilting Guild 537 Grand Avenue, Billings, MT 59101 (406) 245-3984 email@example.com We meet every Tuesday at 10:30am in the fellowship hall of the Trinity Lutheran Church. Much of our work is done for charity, and all are welcome.
The Gallatin Quilt Guild of Bozeman, Montana is a very active guild in the Gallatin Valley. Meetings are held monthly on the second Tuesday at Hope Lutheran Church in Bozeman. Annual membership is $20.
Chateau Quilters Guild meets the 3rd Thursday of every month from August through May. We have demonstrations and classes at our monthly meetings with other classes scheduled throughout the year to whom nonmembers are also welcome. We have a biannual quilt shown and yearly philanthropic projects. Contact Susanne Stockton at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Block Builders Quilt Guild. We have about 30 members who pay $6 a year in dues. We meet at 7 pm on the second Tuesday of the month at the Blaine County Library meeting room. We have brown bag exchange, Club challenge, President's challenge, ugly fabric exchange with other guilds once a year, fat quarter fun, summer work meetings, annual birthday party, Xmas party, and a quilt exhibition once a year. We have a monthly meeting, lesson, and show and tell.
Circle of Friends Quilt Guild meets the first Monday of every month at the Senior Center at 5:30 pm. Circle of Friends guild also meets one Saturday a month for open sewing, a 'work on your own project' sewing time. The Guild sponsors quilt shows occasionally and is very involved in giving "cuddle" quilts to community members in need. Everyone welcome. email@example.com
Teakettle Quilt Guild meets the 3rd Saturday of the month at Teakettle Hall, 235 Nucleus Avenue, Columbia Falls at 10:00AM. We collect non-perishable food items for the Columbia Falls Food Bank. We make Care Quilts for Kids. We have an annual Raffle Quilt made by guild members that we raffle off at our annual April quilt show. Proceeds are used to donate to local charities. firstname.lastname@example.org
Bitteroot Quilt Guild. We have about 150 members, dues are $20 per year. We meet on the 3rd Wednesday of the winter months from 7pm to 9pm at the Corvallis Grainge off of Hwy 93. We have monthly raffles for Quilt Blocks and fat quarters. Our meeting include presentations and how to instruction. Mini groups are numerous with some specifically to make quilts for charity. Every two years (odd year) we hold a huge Quilt Show at the Corvallis High School.
Triple Creek Quilt Guild, Granite County, Montana (Drummond, Hall, Philipsburg). We have about 35 members. Dues are $20/year. Meetings are every second Wednesday of the month September through June at 7pm at the Hall Cafe in Hall. The June meeting is usually in Philipsburg. We have a yearly quilt show in October and raffle a queen size quilt at the show. We also make "Sheriff's Quilts" for local Sheriff, fire and rescue units for those in need. email@example.com
PieceMakers of the Madison We have an average of 32 members paying $15/year. Our guild meets the first Tuesday of the month at the Baptist church north of town. We host a biannual quilt show, classes and sew together once/week. Our service projects include QOV's, Hugs'n Cuddles,and pillowcases. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Check us out on our Facebook page too!
Scraps and Threads Quilt Guild. Meets monthly, 2nd Thursday, 10am-4pm at the Baptist Church. Meetings incl: demonstration blocks, mystery quilts, Block of the Month, challenges, round-robins, group quilts for charity, show & tell. Annual membership $20 includes discounts at fabric shops, discount on guild sponsored classes. Annual spring show.
Heirloom Quilters. We have about 44 members who live in Glasgow, Nashua, Fort Peck, Lustre, Scobey and Wolf Point. The meetings are on the first Monday of the month at the Glasgow Senior Citizen Center at 7pm. Our activities include show-n-tell, monthly programs, semi-annual quilt shows, work on charity projects, donating books to two libraries and many miscellaneous projects.
Falls Quilt Guild. We have about 180 members. Dues are $15 annually (Sep-Aug) Regular monthly meetings are at the Senior citizens Center at 7 pm with extra meetings to for Trunk shows accompanying workshops. Meetings include a program, show and tell, fat quarter drawing, block exchange groups. Special projects include Komforter for Kids (small quilts for children for the public safety, abuse and health departments), Adopt-a-Bear (Teddy Bears with quilts for the Pediatric department of the local hospital), a biannual quilt show, semi-annual workshops, a quilt retreat and other "ad hoc" projects. Address: Falls Quilt Guild, P.O. Box 6592, Great Falls, MT 59406. Can now find us on facebook at FALLS QUILT GUILD and/or email us at email@example.com
The Bitterroot Quilters Guild meets the 3rd Wednesday of the month--September thru June, at Daly Leach Memorial Chapel, Community Room, 1010 W. Main St., Hamilton. Mini groups, spring and fall retreats, bi-annual quilt show (odd years in June) guest speakers, demonstrations, fat quarter drawings, show and tell and friendship. Visit us on Facebook or online.
Undercover Gals, 406-665-2525.
Hi-Line Quilt Guild of Havre, Montana, meets 1st Tuesday each month at 7 pm at the Holiday Village Community Room. 35+ members pay $10 dues yearly. We have show-and-tell, demos, national teachers, yearly quilt show, workshops, and make donation quilts. Contact Edna Gregory, president: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Helena Quilters' Guild PO Box Helena, MT 59601 Helena Quilters' Guild We have 65 members who pay $20 a year in dues. We meet Sept-May, 2nd Thursday of the month 7 p.m. Evangelical Covenant Church at 800 North Hoback in the Sunday School rooms. We do a show every other year.
Kalispell. Flathead Quilters Guild. We meet at 7pm on first Thursdays (except July) at the Epworth United Methodist Church. We do demonstrations, potlucks, brown bag swaps, sewing days, winter seminars and a quilt show each September. Contact us at: email@example.com
Kootenai Valley Quilt Guild. We have about 50 members who pay $20 /year in dues. We meet at 6:30 on the second Monday of each month at Christ Lutheran Church. Sponsored events throughout the year include a spring retreat and a September quilt show. We have an active community outreach. Contact the Quilt Cottage in Libby for more information. Kootenaivalleyquiltguild@yahoo.com
Peace by Piece Quilt Guild has approx. 60 members. We meet the first Thursday of the month (6:30 pm, American Lutheran Church). No July meeting & picnic in August. We have an October quilt show, every other year (even numbered years). We gather for sew-ins, BOM’s, lessons & show & tell- as well as creating charity quilts. Dues: $20/year. Join us!
The Missoula Quilt Guild has approximately 110 members. Our year starts in September and the dues are $18. We meet at the Best, (formerly 4'Bs), Conference Center at the corner of Brooks & Reserve at 7:00 p.m. the second Wed. of the month. We do not meet in June or August and we have a potluck dinner picnic at a local park in July. There are 8-10 satellite groups, five of which exchange blocks regularly - the others are social and may or may not exchange blocks. Our locally owned quilt shops provide a meeting place for some of the groups and are great supporters of the guild. We have a show in the spring of the even numbered years and a raffle quilt every year. We donate baby quilts regularly to various organizations and have had other special quilt donation projects. Contact Debbie at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
A Thread Runs Thru It. We have about 35 members who pay $30 a year in dues. We meet at 6:30 pm on the first Wednesday of the month at the Lower Miller Creek Fire Station. We have fat quarter swaps, ongoing block exchanges and show and tell.
Who, Plains Piecers. What, a group of 20-25 fun ladies helping each other. Where, First Lutheran Church. When, Second Monday of the month, 1PM, sewing, to meeting time at 7PM. Why, Because we share a common interest.
Mission Mountain Quilt Guild. We are 25 members who pay $15 a year in dues. Guild mtgs are the first Tues of every month at 7pm at the Alliance Church in Ronan. email@example.com
Charlo and St. Ignatius Guild mtgs 1st Tues every month 7pm at the Alliance Church in Ronan. Visitors & Guests welcome! Annual membership $15 incl. disc, at fabric stores & guild sponsored classes. We do demos, potlucks, brown bag auction, FQ & doorprize drawings, challenge & round robin quilts, charity quilts for fire dept & hospitals, annual quilt show in Aug & a raffle quilt. firstname.lastname@example.org
Rush City Piecemakers. Dues are $12. year. We meet the third Monday of the month at the Sr. Center in Rush City. Contact Karen Guthmueller.
Quiltmakers of the Tamaracks. We have about 35 members who pay &10.00 a year in dues. We meet at 9am on the fourth Thursday of the month at the Community Hall in Seeley Lake. We have 30's fabrics nine patch exchanges, secret sisters, raffle quilt to benefit our yearly Quilt Show held the third weekend in July.We have nine regular meetings for our own projects and three months set aside for special projects. Contact email@example.com for more information
The Triangle Square Quilt Guild draws its 50-some members from five counties in north central Montana. TSQG meets the third Tuesday of each month (except December) at 7:00pm at the Senior Citizens' Center, 739 Benton Av in Shelby. Annual dues are $10.00 Our annual "show and Tell" party is held the first Saturday in October. For information about the guild, contact Anne Wiens, 215 6th Av S, SHelby MT 59474, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cabin Fever Quilt Guild is our name and we have 50 members. Our business meetings are the first Tuesday of each month and are alternated between St. Regis and Superior. The first Monday and the last Tuesday of the month there are work meetings held in St. Regis and Superior. The guild sponsors a Quilt Show that is held in conjunction with Mineral County Fair which is held the first Thursday, Friday and Saturday of August. Our club has a quilt raffle each year with the money earned going to a chairity selected by the guild members. We have a secret sister program. For more information contact Sharon@blackfoot.net.
Sapphire Quilt Club, with 70 members, meets monthly the 2nd Tuesday usually at Stevensville's Senior Center at 100 Mission Street in Stevensville. We start at 7 PM with easy technique mini-classes at 6:30 PM. For further information go to our website or call Linda Powell at 406-777-1070. For $15 a year, join this group of quilters, whose skill and knowledge levels range from "What's a Fat Quarter?' to makers of winning entries of national quilting competitions.
St. Regis, Alberton. Cabin Fever Quilters. We are a guild of 50 members who meet the 1st Tuesday of each month rotating between the 3 towns. We have a block of the month, fat quarter drawings, door prize drawings secret sisters, block exchanges, and classes. Our yearly raffle quilt benefits a local charity. Each town has a sewing workshop between meetings. We also hold an annual quilt show and sponsor a Relay for Life team. Gaynelle Stamm email@example.com
Flat-Iron Quilting Guild We're a small, friendly group of quilt lovers. We meet the 2nd Saturday of each month (except July & August) for open sewing, workshops, BOM and a general meeting. One of our main foci is to make charity quilts for several community causes. We create a raffle quilt every year, the proceeds going to support our charitable efforts. Every other year we present a quilt show in Thompson Falls. Come join us!! firstname.lastname@example.org
Tender Lovin' Quilter's. We have about 45 members who pay $12 a year. We meet at 7pm on the first Monday of each month at the United Methodist Church. We have block or the month, secret pals, brown bag gift swaps, classes, trips etc.
Wee Bee Quilters. We have 15+ members who pay $20 dues each year. We meet at 1:30 p.m the first Tuesday of the month at New Century Ag in the upstairs conference room. We make pillowcases and comfort quilts and give them to persons undergoing cancer treatments, serious illness or injury, etc. in our community. email@example.com
Quilt Jam Guild & Fiber Fanatics. Quilt Jam Guild & Fiber Fanatics meets at Cozy Mountain Quilt Shop at 6:30 PM on the 1st Wednesday each month. The guild purpose is to promote cooperation and exchange of ideas among those persons in or engaged in quilting and fiber arts, further the education and skill levels of the members of this guild, preserve the heritage of quilt making & fiber arts, and promote related activities,provide opportunities that will encourage community interest in quilting and fiber arts, and promote philanthropic ventures. Kay Hutchings-Cook firstname.lastname@example.org
Stumptown Quilters'Society (SQS). Whitefish, MT. Yearly dues $15. We meet at 10am on the second Saturdya of the month at the The Whitefish Middle School Board Room. Brief meeting, FQ drawing, teaching technic, project,show & tell & snack. Every other year is our Quilt Show. Contact Syl "email@example.com" or 406-261-4855
Yellowstone Valley Quilters meet the third Wednesday of every month at 1:00 pm at Mayflower Congregational Church (corner of Poly Drive & Rehberg in
Billings). Dues are $10 per year. Visitors and new members welcome anytime.