Our mission is to promote quilting and to expand and enhance our knowledge and enjoyment of quilting and quilting techniques in an atmosphere of sharing fellowship. It is also to provide a source of information and inspiration for fellow quilters and to preserve the heritage of quilting. For more information about the Guild and Membership, please select the Membership/Guild Info page listed in the left legend. Bylaws – click to view & print this Adobe PDF file
THANK YOU for visiting our website & our Facebook page. S&B Quilters’ Guild has something for everyone from the beginner to the experienced quilter. Whether your interests may be traditional, contemporary, country, art or anything in between. S&B Education touches on the basic skills of quilting to the more experienced. Come join us at our monthly meetings. Check out our website’s monthly calendar for the Sew Groups & Class schedules.
Everyone is welcome to come, share, learn, & stitch!!!
***2020 RAFFLE QUILT***
Quilt pattern is Lakeshore Log Cabin that was designed by Judy Martin. Quilt size is 88 x 108. Quilt was made by members of S & B Quilters’ Guild. Thank You!!! to Dianna Ballinger & guild members.
There are 7,000 pieces in this quilt that were individually cut & pieced together into 4×4 blocks.
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***S&B Quilters Answering the Call to Make Face Masks for Our Local Hospital, Health Care Workers, & the Elderly Care Centers & Surgical Gowns for the hospital.***
March 30th over 250 cotton masks were delivered to DCMHospital. THANK YOU!!! to our quilters & friends .
March 30th, 1400 surgical splash masks were returned & delivered. THANK YOU !!! to our quilters. Our work was sent to be sterilized and will soon be delivered to hospitals and EMS services.
Our Amazing Quilters and Communities With the COVID19 shutting down our communities and the country, our wonderful ladies stepped up to make masks and gowns for the Care Givers in our area. Over 500 masks were made for the hospital, EMT’s and Senior Care Centers. Over 1400 surgical masks were made for Western Colorado, and 78 surgical gowns were made for the Delta Hospital. We can’t thank you all enough for the gift of your time and materials to help.
***2019 Volunteer of the Year***
Barb Rogers presented Trish with the Volunteer of the Year award. Trish is on the right.
***PROGRAMS & CLASSES ARE BEING PLANNED***
NEW BLOCK OF THE MONTH FOR 2020 check out the website link – The ‘Many Designs of Friendship’ Quilt Pattern
See the ‘Block of the Month & Guild Challenges’ page
Bring your completed blocks in March to show.
***ANNOUNCING S & B QUILTERS’ 2020 MYSTERY QUILT ***
TO BEGIN IN AUGUST
Karla Nolte ‘s friend in Sheridan, MT is offering this project to our guild.
How it will work: S & B members who choose to participate can obtain a fabric kit from Donna or use their own stash. You will be given fabric requirements so you know what is needed. Then you will receive cutting instructions. During the first week of August you will begin to receive step by step instructions twice a week via email. The pattern is a MYSTERY until you have completed most of the quilt.
The beauty of doing a MYSTERY Quilt together – yet apart – is that we can all work at our own pace. If you are busy the day that new instructions come out, then catch up when you can. We can share our progress by email if we wish. It’s always fun to try to guess what we will end up with. Come on and join us in the S & B 2020 Mystery Quilt project! Karla Nolte firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please review the 3 PDF documents – sign up, choosing your kit colorway, yardage and cutting instructions. If you want to participate but use your own fabric there is the option to only purchase the patterns. Please do not share the pattern.
Mystery Signup Info – Mystery Quilt 2020 Sign Up Information PDF
Mystery Quilt Kit Colorway Options – Mystery Quilt 2020 Kit Colorway Options PDF
Mystery Quilt Yardage & Cutting Instructions – Mystery Quilt 2020 Yardage & Cutting Instructions PDF
With the Health Concerns with Coronavirus these are the current cancellations.
August – sew groups
September 11th & October 9th Friday classes
We will be back meeting at Hotchkiss Memorial Hall, starting Saturday, September 12th meeting at 9:00am. Only coffee & tea will be served. There will be no food refreshments.
MEETINGS THAT ARE HELD INSIDE – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW!!!
THINGS TO KNOW:
- Masks are required to be worn by all attendees.
- Maintain 6ft social distancing from people you do not live with or did not ride with you.
- Hand Sanitizer and Sanitizing wipes will be available for the meeting times, classes, and special events at sign in table.
- It is advisable that we disinfect(disinfectant wipes or spray) any areas that are used before and after the meeting or event. (chairs, tables, kitchen areas).
MEETINGS THAT ARE HELD OUTSIDE – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW!!!
WHAT TO BRING:
- Sack lunch and drink to enjoy for social time as there will not be a refreshment table
- Bring a chair for yourself and if you are able to bring another chair to share
- Your preference to bring hand sanitizer and sanitizing wipes
THINGS TO KNOW:
- Wearing masks and social distancing are encouraged
- Maintain at least 6 feet of distance from people who do not live with you or did not ride with you
- Restrooms may be available