We still have space available for Tina’s Workshop. You can click on over to NSQG.club to sign-up for the Zoom class and if you’d like to attend the lecture as a guest it is only
In case you missed it, on Saturday January 20th be sure to sign up to join Patricia Skiles for a Virtual Workshop on Zoom for “Modern Improv 4 Ways” This workshop is open to members
Coming to NSQG August 17th, 2023 is award winning quilter Cheryl See. Cheryl began quilting in 1993 and is best known for her intricate handwork and detailing. Cheryl received the award for Best Hand Quilting
Welcome to a new quilt year! Our Summer Patchwords Newsletter has posted to the website. Here is the link: https://nsqg.club/wp-content/uploads/2023/07/2023.2024-Issue-1-Patchwords.pdf There’s a lot in store for us this Thursday July 20th at our Annual Potluck!
This week is a big week for our guild. Prior to our Quilt Show which opens one week from today we’d like to remind our members that we will be conducting our voting via the
Join us this Thursday April 20th, 2023 for our monthly meeting as we welcome Phyllis Fay from Stitchin’ in the Ditch to NSQG! Phyllis will present her lecture and trunk show: ‘Motivate me to use
In accordance with the NSQG by-laws our Nominating Committee formally announces the following slate of candidates for the 2023-2024 elected Officer positions: President – Debbie Yates1st VP Programs – open2nd VP Membership – Theresa BensonContracts
Our first LIVE meeting of 2023 will have a lot going on! Join us on Thursday March 16th, 2023 for our monthly meeting as we welcome Dana Jones to NSQG! Dana will bring her lecture
Join us Thursday January 19th, 2023 as we welcome Julia Graves to NSQG! Julia is a Quilter, Longarmer, Teacher and Artist from Leesburg, Virginia and will be bringing to us, over the Zoom platform, her lecture and trunk show “Community and Faith in Fiber.”
Ashli is the founder of Quilt 2 End ALZ, Inc., which is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization connecting quilters with the fight to end Alzheimer’s. Ashli will present a lecture and trunk show about Alzheimer’s disease, what we can do about it, and how Q2EA is using quilting as a platform to encourage, educate and support our quilting community as advocates to end Alzheimer’s.