Welcome to Pioneer Quilters Guild

The Pioneer Quilters Guild is a non-profit organization dedicated to the growth and knowledge of quilting techniques, patterns and the history of quilt making.  We meet monthly, eleven months a year.  We share ideas, learn from speakers and each other, work on community service projects, enjoy camp, and showcase our work in our annual quilt show.  We invite you to join us!

Our 2018 Opportunity Quilt, “Dream Weaver”
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This year’s opportunity quilt was inspired by two vintage (19th century) quilt blocks, God’s Eye and Path Through the Woods.  The blocks were updated by using modern fabrics and enhanced with original longarm designs by Lin’s Longarm Quilting of Roseville. The quilt layout was designed by Victoria Murphy and pieced by members of the Pioneer Quilters Guild.  The quilt measures 80″x80″.  We will sell tickets throughout 2018, and the winning ticket will be drawn at our December 3, 2018, guild meeting.  You need not be present to win.  For information regarding the opportunity quilt or purchasing tickets, please contact: waysandmeans@pioneerquiltersguild.org

Our Next Meeting:  At our April 2 meeting we welcome Colleen Granger.  Colleen describes herself as a quiltaholic who loves what she is:  a quilter, an author, designer, teacher, quilt maker, and longarm quilter.  She will teach a class the following day.

Our Next Board Meeting:  Our next Board Meeting will be on Monday, March 26, at 6:30pm.  All members are invited to attend.  Please contact President Fran Claassens to let her know you will be there and to get directions to the meeting location.

Coffee Klatches:  Every Tuesday morning from 8am-9:30am members gather for coffee and fellowship at LaBou restaurant, 6801 Five Star Blvd, Rocklin, every Tuesday.  Come for all or part of the time.

Contact Information

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 126
Rocklin, CA 95677

President:   Fran Claassens
Vice President:  Chris Westbrook

For information about our Quilt Show: Colleen Voet
For information about our Opportunity Quilt: Diane Hamilton

Newsletter: Beth Gardner
Website: Colleen Voet