OUR 2017 QUILT SHOW
"A WALK DOWN MEMORY LANE"
will be held on 
MARCH 10 - 11, 2017
9 am - 4 pm each day at the
Union County Agricultural Center
3230 Presson Dr (HWY 74)
in Monroe, NC.

Our Charlotte Quilters' Guild monthly 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.
 
           
UPCOMING GUILD MEETINGS/DATES: 
Also please check the Workshops page for  individual workshops you are interested 

 

Wednesday evening March 8, 2017: Awards Night

Wednesday evening  April 5, 2017: 

Laura Sutthoff- “Surrounding Yourself with Inspiration and Creativity" 

Laura will help us discover our happy, inspirational moments by sharing with us where she finds her inspiration for designs and color. She’ll give us a glimpse of her creative space which helps her develop ideas for her artwork and give us tips on setting up our own creative spaces to optimize our inspiration. She’ll teach us how to organize our ideas so they are accessible, without having to dig them out of our closet or retrieve photos and/or notes years later on an old camera or computer. 

 

Wednesday evening  May 3, 2017:

Mark Sherman - “Man Quilter”

Join Mark for this hilarious look at what it’s like to be a man quilter. He will take you to guild meetings, quilt shops and more where it’s only him surrounded by hundreds of wonderful lady quilters. Mark discusses how he started quilting, what quilts he’s currently working on and where he’s going with all of his art in the future. This lecture includes showing you actual quilts (no slides) that he has made. And Mark promises you will have more fun than a barrel of “quilters.”

 

 

 


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.