Members and friends, welcome to our website! We are a vibrant, friendly and varied group of almost 200 quilters and quilt artists who have been sharing quilts, talent and camaraderie for quite awhile now. We are now entering our 31st year. There are monthly meetings, most of them with special speakers, quilt related activities, show and tell, etc. We have quilt shows every other year, and lots of quilt-ins, challenges, round robins, and community service projects, along with an impressive library for our members - something for everyone! As you navigate this website, you will see some of our work, see our schedule, and share our accomplishments. If you are interested in quilting, please join us the first Thursday of the month for our Guild Meeting. We love to meet visitors and will make you feel at home!

Monday, July 2, 2018

July Meeting: Potluck dinner!

Our meeting on July 5 will start at 6:00pm as we hold our annual potluck dinner in celebration of Annie's Star Quilt Guild's birthday!  There will be some business discussed, but for the most part we will be having fun.  Bring a potluck dish to share and be prepared for cake...and games! 

The meeting will be held at the Masonic Center on Thursday, July 5 at 6:00pm.


Check out this great work from last month's community service sewing night. These are just a few of the quilts sewn:







Monday, June 4, 2018

June Meeting: Community Service Night!


Our June meeting will be on Thursday, June 7 at 6pm!  We're starting early because it's the annual Community Service Sewing Night and we'll want plenty of time for producing quilts and everything else.  There will be projects for you to work on, or the small groups have planned projects, or you can bring your own.  The VPs will be there to help you find a place.


Here's one part of what your service sewing does: our Community Service team just presented over 30 quilts to Butte County Independent Living to help graduating foster kids get established.  




Wednesday, May 2, 2018

May Meeting: Guests from Ridge Quilters' Guild

Our May meeting will be on Thursday, May 5 at 7pm at the Masonic Family Center -- the doors open at 6:30.  We'll have two guest speakers, Joan McWilliams and Mary Ellen Mallan, from the Ridge Quilters' Guild in Paradise.  They'll be speaking on the challenges involved in round-robin quilts.    Come join us for some great idea-sharing!

Friday, April 6, 2018

Diane Fogle: Barn Triptychs!

Local(ish!) quilter Diane Fogle, of the Mount Shasta Lily Guild, came and spoke to us on Thursday, demonstrating her barn triptych designs.  Grab two friends, cut a photo into thirds, and try it out!  It looks like so much fun.









Wednesday, April 4, 2018

April Meeting: Diana Fogle

Diana Fogle will be our speaker for April 5th!  Come and hear a local expert.  The meeting will be at the Masonic Family Center at 7pm on Thursday, March 1st.  Doors open before 6:30pm.



 Then on Friday, April 6, will be our workshop: “Barn Triptich” with Diana Fogle. Teams of 3 will produce a barn triptich (a design in 3 pieces) from a photo provided by instructor. Each team member will produce a “slice” of the barn using any method preferred: applique, fusing, piecing. Rendition can be realistic or fantasy. Bring some friends to the Honey Run classroom.  Cost: $25.

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

March Meeting: Mel Beach

Our March meeting will be at the Masonic Family Center at 7pm on Thursday, March 1st.  Doors open before 6:30pm.

Mel Beach will be speaking about "Challenge Yourself!"  Mel has entered over 60 quilt challenges at the local, national, and international levels!  Her pieces have traveled with the Hoffman Challenge Travel Collection in 2014, 2015, and 2016.  Quilt challenges are a lot of fun, so this will be a great evening.

Check out Mel's fabulous gallery at her website, Mel Beach Quilts.


Mel will also be giving a workshop, "Intriguing Interleaves," on Friday, March 2 at Honey Run Quilters.  Cost is $40.   Hope to see you there!

Friday, February 2, 2018

Barbara Eikmeier: Sashing Solutions

We had a great meeting with Barbara Eikmeier, who gave her program "It's All in the Sashing" -- in which she starts off with simple types of sashing and works her way through to a wide variety of sashing solutions.  If you are looking to lighten up a set of blocks that feel heavy, make a random set of blocks live together in harmony, or produce interesting secondary patterns, there is a sashing method to suit!  Eikmeier teaches these skills in a Craftsy class, and she is also planning a book.


Barbara also turned out to be a local!  Although she is now based in Kansas City, she grew up in Willows and actually co-owns the Quilt Corral.  Check out her designs at her website, Barb's Favorites.