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. Please stay safe—and stay connected with your fellow quilters—through these guild initiatives:

Our Tuesday August 16th meeting features Carolina Oneto discussing the chromatic circle and the three variables of color, and exploring five different color schemes that you can use in designing your color palette in her talk Befriending Colors. Free to members, $5 to nonmembersMembers will find the Zoom link under the Members Only tab and will also receive the link via eBlast. Nonmembers may pay a $5 guest fee and register at a link to be provided soon.

Join Julia McLeod’s new mystery project, Chunk of the Month. She’ll share a simple block design every month, and by summer’s end you’ll have enough components for a quilt. Details here.

Kicking off in December, Community Built is both a free series of skill-building activities for silk quiltmaking and a way to contribute to our next Opportunity Quilt, the guild’s biggest fundraiser. Learn more and register here.

Check our Community Outreach page for four patterns you can use to make lap quilts for our 1064 Mission Street project.

Curbside Outreach takes place on the first and third Saturdays of each month (unless a stay-at-home order is reimposed). See dates via the Calendar tab, and click here for more info.

    • Sew & Tell!

Going forward, Sew & Tell will be featured at every other monthly meeting. The first Sew & Tell of 2022 will be in February. If you’d like to share your work, please email photos to Judith Epstein-Williams. Her contact info is in the Membership Directory if you have questions.

More Activities!

Registration is open for our Shortcuts to Tradition Quilt Block Piecing workshop with Julia McLeod. Click here for details on the full-day class, September 17, 2022.

    • You can search or browse our library offerings here. The library is closed to circulation until a permanent home is located. For SFQG members only.