Sheboygan County Quilters Guild

Sheboygan County Quilters Guild is an organization for people who love to quilt.

Upcoming Events

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January 9, 2019

Sit, Sew and Share 9AM- 1PM

1PM Heidi Parkes lecture and trunk show “My Quilts and How I Got There”.  Heidi will share some of her art background and the way she approaches an idea for making a quilt through many examples of her quilts.

February 13, 2019  7PM

Elayne West lecture and demonstration “Quilt as You GO. Elayne is co-owner of the The Sewing   Basket in Plymouth and will demonstrate different techniques to quilt your quilt during the construction process. And for those who cannot get to the shop during this cold weather, she will bring products to sell.

UFO Workshop  $5.00 per day

March 13, 2019

Sit, Sew and Share 9AM- 1PM

1PM Joan Cain lecture: Confessions of a Serial Quilt Killer: When Good Quilts Go Bad“.     Learn about the common reasons your beloved projects tend to end up stuffed into plastic bags    hidden under your bed and what to do about it! Joan joined us 2 years ago and shared what quilter can find  at Home Depot. Her usual home is My Material Matters in Thiensville, WI

April 10, 2019 7PM

Mary Alice Hart: Lecture “Photo to Fabric”. Discover a simple method of transforming your photo into a fabric art quilt. Like a jigsaw puzzle, the pieces come together to replicate the photo and the sewing is also the quilting in the project

May 8, 2019

Sit, Sew and Share 9AM- 1PM

7PM Eileen Daniels lecture and trunk show “Orphan Blocks with Sentimental Endings”.

This treasure is an example of one of the ways to use orphan blocks. I love using “found items” in creative ways, and these art quilts are showcased in a fun trunk show! Vintage blocks can be turned into modern marvels. There will be a few antique quilts with their stories, along with their inspired orphan block in a modern twist. Recently made  orphans are also included in the almost 30 items shown.

June 12, 2019

1-5PM  Doug Leko Workshop at Ebenezer

7PM  Lecture Doug Leko is not your average quilter. He has been quilting since he was 6 years old, a skill which he picked up in his mother’s quilt shop. He went on to found Antler Quilt Design at the age of 14, doing all of the designs and marketing while still a high school student. His work has been published in  McCall’s Quilting, Quiltmaker, American Patchwork & Quilting, and more. Though he’s still young, he has a lot of quilting experience and expertise to share with us. See more about Doug at




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