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About Us

Windsor Quilter’s Guild is a group of more than 100 women and men who meet once a month to learn new quilting tips, to share ideas, and show their finished quilt projects.

The morning session is a chance to visit the vendors who bring the newest and latest patterns, gadgets, fabrics and books to sell at reasonable prices, to visit and catch up with quilting friends, to pick up a comfort quilt project, to purchase some raffle tickets for the “grab bag” auction, to check out a library book and purchase a ticket for the guild raffle or the 50/50 draw.

There is a new demo each month, to refresh your memory on a variety of quilting techniques as well as programs that include “trunk shows”, guest speakers, potlucks, and theme celebrations.

The business meeting begins at 11:00 am where all of our active groups work hard to get the members involved with picking up kits to make blocks for the Quilt Show, or raffle quilt, sharing thank you’s from community groups, keeping us updated on future workshops, and handling the day to day issues that come up regarding the guild.

Worried that you aren’t a skilled enough quilter to join  the group or you can’t “hand-sew” well enough?  Well, don’t be. NO matter what you sewing ability we can find a project and a spot for you! In our group we all share and learn from each other.

Windsor quilter's guild pin

Windsor quilter’s guild pin

SO COME ON OUT AND JOIN US!

Comments on: "About Us" (4)

  1. Hi Louise,
    Obviously because of covid our quilt group is not meeting right now. What kind of help are you looking for in terms of these quilts. Do they need repairs? I could post your note to our guild newsletter if you like and see if any of the girls can help you. Ann

    • Louise Mayville said:

      Hi Ann.
      Thank you for your response to my query about my old quilts. I was enquiring out of curiosity about the quilts that I have. I would just like someone who knows about quilts to maybe tell me something about them if that’s ok. The really old patchwork in particular.

      On another note, my great grandmother’s name was anna mueller. 🙂 Thank you for your reply.

      Louise Mayville

      • I don’t think we are any relation to your grandmother as far as I know. As my husband says “Mueller” in Germany is like “Smith or Jones” here. Not sure if any of our girls could give you the answers you need. I will try and find the name of a lady who has spoken to our group about “older quilts” and see if I can get her email address for you.

      • Louise Mayville said:

        Thank you.

        I look forward to the day when things get normal again and we can meet.

        Louise

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