Welcome to the San Francisco Quilters Guild

The San Francisco Quilters Guild has embraced new forms of community while our usual in-person activities are on hold during the pandemic. Our virtual activities will now continue at least through June 2021. Please stay safe—and stay connected with your fellow quilters—through these guild initiatives:

Our Next Lecture:

Our Tuesday January 19th meeting will be on Wearable Art! Sandra Johnson will give us a look at her unique style, blending sashiko, boro, and worn garments with new, vintage and thrifted textiles, even old quilts. Free to members, $5 to nonmembers. Members can find the Zoom link on the Members Only page (no need to register); you’ll also receive it by eBlast. Nonmembers may register using this link.

    • Our Next Virtual Sewcial:

Learn a simple method for making quilt blocks using the geometry of the American flag in a free, members-only Virtual Sewcial on Saturday January 16th, via Zoom. Click here for more info, and here to reserve a space.

    • Make a Comfort Quilt:

We’re aiming to donate 20 quilts a month through our Fire Survivor Quilt Project. Please click here to learn how you can help.

More Activities!

    • Curbside Outreach:

The curbside activities of Community Outreach are on hiatus due to shelter-in-place restrictions. Watch this space for new dates once it is safe to resume small, outdoor gatherings. There’s a Community Outreach Sewcial coming on March 13th, with a great pattern and a kit. Read about it here.

    • Our 2021 Round Robin runs from January through November and features both traditional and modern groups. Click here to learn more.
    • Sign in to view recordings of recent lectures, Virtual Sewcials and Sew & Tell presentations on the Members Only Page.
    • You can search or browse our library offerings here. Once it is safe to resume small, outdoor gatherings, email or call our librarian, Cher, to arrange for getting your books. Her contact information is in the Membership Directory. For SFQG members only.