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 since 1981. There are monthly meetings, most of them with special speakers, quilt related activities, and show and tell. 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, check out 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!

Wednesday, October 6, 2021

October Meeting: Roberta James

  The ASQG October meeting is on Thursday the 7th, at the Family Masonic Center at 7pm; doors open at 6:30.

 Speaker Roberta James will be coming to us from Colusa.  She is a landscape and art quilter, and will be showing off many of her works.  Roberta has over 30 years of experience in teaching, and she is passionate about learning, creating art, and inspiring students to develop in their own artistic style.   Earlier this year, she organized Colusa's spring community event, "Quilt Around the Block," which showed off about 200 quilts. 


Colusa's Quilt Around the Block event

Sunday, August 29, 2021

September Meeting: Barbara Eikmeier

 The ASQG March meeting is on Thursday, September 2, at the Family Masonic Center at 7pm; doors open at 6:30.

 Speaker Barbara Eikmeier will be coming to us from Kansas. She is a quilt designer, teacher and author. She makes traditional-style quilts and is the sister-in-law of Carol at the Quilt Corral in Willows, CA.

Barbara learned to sew in 4-H and made her first quilt while in high school, but didn't start quilting seriously until after her marriage in 1984. She has been teaching quilting since 1990, and her favorite technique is applique. She is married to a military man, so quilting became her portable career as they moved around the country and to South Korea for military assignments. 

Barbara is the mother of two, grandmother of one, and author of four quilting books. She is a fabric designer for Paintbrush Studio Fabrics, a pattern designer, a Craftsy instructor, and she presents programs and workshops to guilds around the country. Barbara lives in Lansing, Kansas with her husband and two dogs where, in addition to quilting, she enjoys flower gardening, baking pies, writing, and sailing on their vintage sailboat at nearby Perry Lake.  

Barbara's lecture will be on “The Random Block Sampler.”

Barbara will be teaching a companion workshop Friday September 3d, 2021.
Time: 9:30 – 4:00
Price: $35.00 per person

In the 6-hour class students will learn ideas and techniques to make units or blocks for those odd spaces that occur when combining blocks of different sizes. In the first half of the class, we will use The Magic Triangle Ruler (available from the instructor) to make Shaded Four Patch, Birds in the Air, Quarter Square Triangles, Half Square Triangles, and Double Hourglass units. Using the ruler for trimming and marking will also be covered. In the second half of the class, students will use their own collection of random sized blocks and begin planning their own quilt. Using Barb’s simple matrix in combination with the techniques learned in the morning, everyone will make a unique, one of a kind quilt.
For more information or to sign up, contact Jill Ramsey at 530-514-5750.

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

February Meeting: Marjan Kluepfel

Our February meeting will be held on Thursday the 6th at 7:00pm.  Doors open at 6:30 at the Masonic Family Center on East Ave.

Our guest speaker is Marjan Kluepfel!  She is a fabric artist who creates beautiful works with hand-dyed fabrics.  She travels to teach and lecture all over the US, as well as Australia and New Zealand.  Take a look at the gallery on her website!

The workshop with Marjan Kluepfel, Zen and the Art of Free Form Fiberscapes, will be held on February 7th at the Honey Run Quilters/Cathy's classroom. 10am to 4pm. $45 cost.

Sunday, December 29, 2019

January Meeting: Eileen Milligan

The January guild meeting will be held on Thursday the 2nd at 7pm, at the Masonic Family Center on East Ave.  Doors open at 6:30 pm.

Our speaker will be Eileen Milligan of the design company Melissa and Mom Quilts.  She will be doing a trunk show (get a preview at the website gallery!) and showing off her new pattern, Crooked Tracks.

There will be a workshop on Friday, teaching the Crooked Tracks pattern.

The Rooster Quilt winner will also be drawn!  Tickets will still be on sale.

Thursday, December 5, 2019

December meeting: Christmas Potluck!

The December meeting of ASQG will be at 6pm on Thursday, December 5th at the Masonic Family Center.  It's our Christmas potluck, so bring a dish to share AND your own silverware; plates will be provided.  Dinner starts at 6:30pm.

So much is happening!  The Christmas block exchange, the newsletter block...bring a Christmas show and tell, and the Rooster Quilt winner will be drawn, as well as other prizes!  And the complete boutique will be there, so bring your checkbook!

Our 2020 - 2021 Opportunity Quilt project will also be shown.  Hope to see you there!

Thursday, November 7, 2019

November Meeting: Post-Show Meetup!

The November meeting will be held at 7:00pm on the 7th, at the Masonic Family Center.  Doors open at 6:30pm.  This month, we'll be discussing the quilt show!  Everyone who submitted quilts for judging should bring the quilts in to show them and discuss their experience.

Our featured quilter, Jo Schrieber

Sunday, September 1, 2019

September Meeting: Arlene Arnold

The next Guild Meeting will be September 5, 2019 at 7pm at the Chico Masonic Family Center.  Doors open at 6:30.

Our speaker will be Arlene Arnold.  She is the owner of Heritage Oaks Quilts in Colusa, and has specialized in antique and heritage quilts.  (She should come to our upcoming mini show at the Mansion!)  Arlene lectures on antique quilts and has developed patterns based on them, so it's sure to be a fascinating evening.

The workshop will be Arlene's "Esther's Stars" pattern on September 7, Saturday. 10am to 4pm at Honey Run Quilters/Cathy's. Classroom opens at 9:30am.  $40 for ASQG members/$45 for non-members.