Our regular monthly Charlotte Quilters' Guild meetings are held 
the first Wednesday of each month at the
Tyvola Senior Center, 2225 Tyvola RdCharlotte NC 28210.  (Click address above for Map link.) 

Our guild meetings are from 6:30 - 8:30 pm. Doors open at 6:00 pm.
Also please check the Workshops page for  individual workshops you are interested 

Wednesday evening, June 7, 2017
Laura Smith - Fiber Forum: Courageous Stitching

Embroidery, Color, Mixed Media - Celebrating 50 Years of Stitching

Laura will show slides featuring the work of Fiber Forum, a juried group of original designers within the Embroiderers’ Guild of America. A wide range of techniques will be shown with emphasis on quilting and those who relate to it. The group was formed 25 years ago to advance embroidery as an art form. Prepare to be inspired!

  Wednesday evening, July 12th
Guild "Salad Supper"
Bring yo-yos to swap, weat your favorite decorated hat (prizes!) and come prepared for a good time!!
Ticket price is $10.00 Tickets available through July 8th.  See your newsletter for more details on purchasing tickets. 

Wednesday evening, August 2nd
Karen Ponischil presents: "I'll NEVER be a Quilter"
Karen's personal story of how she became a fiber artist and quilter.

Wednesday evening, September 6th
Program presenter Laura Sutthoff will offer her talk on "Surrounding Yourself with Inspiration and Creativity"
A glimpse into her inspiration for designs and color, her creative space and how she develops her ideas into beautiful artwork. 

Join us in our love of quilting!  We have much to offer you through our monthly programs, local and national quilt instructors and lecturers, monthly QuiltLine members only newsletter, social evenings, small quilt bees and multiple community outreach projects.  All of these programs are planned by our members who volunteer their time on our various committees.  We look forward to your joining us and becoming an active and supporting member!   

Our Outreach projects supply hundreds of "Cuddle" quilts each year for infants and children at a local hospital, "Comfort" quilts for female cancer patients, and "Quilts for Soldiers" to the Veteran's Hospice Center as well as  returning veterans through the USO of North Carolina,  Charlotte-Douglass International Airport Center.