Piedmont Quilting Guild

Guild Meetings 
2nd Thursday
of each month

Click links to the left for information on upcoming Meetings, Programs and Events 

Purpose and Goals of the Guild

* to promote and perpetuate the art of quilting

* to educate all persons interested in preserving, continuing, and advancing 
this art

* to encourage a high standard of design and technique in all forms of quilting

* to encourage community outreach by sponsoring quilting workshops and classes

*to support local area charities by donating
projects created by our membership throughout the year!

Piedmont Quilters'

We love new members...

Come and visit
one of our 
monthly meetings!
Meeting times:
​Doors open at 6:30pm for socializing, meeting and program begins at 7:00pm.

Next meeting...
Thursday, October 13, 2022


Michelle Owens will give a program demonstrating a 3-D bow tie block. If you would like to sew along, bring 5 squares of fabric. Any size works but for the demo smaller is better/faster, maybe 4.5" x 4.5". Three squares should be the same color/print, these will be the bow tie, and two squares should be muslin or a light solid, the background. Also bring sewing supplies...needle, thread, pins, scissors. You can make them by hand or on your sewing machine. There will be a handout with instructions.

Guild members are needed to volunteer for the Nominating Committee.  This committee is required to be made up of both Board members and regular guild members.  We need to find members to fill Board positions for 2023.  Per the Bylaws, the 2023 slate of officers should be presented to the guild at the October meeting, voted in at the November meeting and installed at the December meeting.  Please consider how you can support your guild.

NEW SPECIAL EVENT:  We will host a Sit and Sew at the Trotter Active Adult Center at 3906 Betula Street the day after our meeting each month from 12noon to 4pm for members of the Guild.  There is a large room with tables and chairs and wall outlets all around.  There will be an ironing board and iron available.  You can work on your own projects, charity quilts, hand work or machine work.  It's a great place to put tables together and pin baste larger quilts.  There are many members who are reluctant to come out at night for various reasons.  Our hope is that this will fill a need for people who want the companionship of other quilters in a daytime setting.  Of course, we'd love for you to do both!  
NEXT SIT & SEW:  October 14, 2022

If you have an idea of a project we can do or start in 60 to 90 minutes please contact Keren Rotberg.  With a few exceptions we will skip the "speaker format" so we can do things together. Please join us as we start a new year. 

Did you hear that PIEDMONT QUILTERS' GUILD now has a Facebook page? Please click on the link at the top of this page and request membership to our group. We would love to see what you are making! 
*SPECIAL REQUEST from Community Outreach:
  Cathy Lohr, Volunteer Coordinator for Hospice and Palliative Care of Greensboro has requested Red, White & Blue twin bed size quilts or large throws. These are needed for Hospice patients who are Veterans.
"DOSE OF GOOD" from WFDD on May 24, 2021

"Quilters love to quilt. We make bed quilts, throws, baby quilts, table runners, wall hangings, placemats and more. We make them for family, friends, co-workers, and neighbors. When we’ve made something for everyone we know we make things for people we don’t know. The members of the Piedmont Quilters’ Guild in Greensboro NC have been making and donating quilts since 1980! We recently donated 22 quilts to Freedom House, a substance abuse recovery center for mothers and their children. They were so happy to receive this donation. The quilts will keep the mothers and children warm through the winter. We have already started on more quilts and look forward to donating again soon!"
Dose of Good from WFDD listener Michelle Owens, Greensboro, NC

Guild Members:  We are looking for locations to sell raffle quilt tickets plus small quilts and other items that were made for our cancelled 2020 quilt show. If you hear of a Fall Festival or Holiday event where we could set up for sales please let Gail Lott know as soon as possible. Thank you!
The PIEDMONT QUILTERS' GUILD would like to present their NEW RAFFLE QUILT!!!

"It Takes a Village"

* Please go to our "Raffle Quilt" tab for more information! *

New Garden Friends Meeting
801 New Garden Rd.
Greensboro NC

The Textile Heritage Museum in Glencoe is hosting a "Textiles and Tar Heels Heritage Festival" on Saturday, October 1 from 10am to 4pm. We are able to set up our raffle quilt to sell tickets. We may also be able to sell boutique items. *** Guild members are asked to volunteer. Please contact Michelle Owens or speak to me at the next guild meeting if you would like to volunteer. Thank you!