About the San Francisco Quilters Guild
The SFQG offers a wealth of activities that foster companionship, learning and fun for anyone in the Bay Area interested in quiltmaking and related arts.
While indoor, in-person activities are on hold, many of our activities have moved to Zoom, including monthly meetings, lectures, and occasional workshops, with Sewing Circle meet-ups coming soon. We continue to produce quilts for charity, with curbside pick-up and drop-off. Our Free Table has also moved outdoors. We continue to publish a newsletter and maintain a lending library.
Visit this page for dates, times and places for upcoming activities, plus a registration link for our next Zoom meeting.
Postponed November’s meeting features a live auction and cash-and-carry tables. It’s a lively fundraiser, with great finds. Invite your friends … guests are free.
On Haitus The SFQG has a quirky way of supplying snacks at meetings: members bring treats during their birthday month … and get fat quarters as a gift.
On Haitus Our December meeting features craft tables where you can learn a clever technique or make a quick project … plus there’s a holiday party.
On Haitus A great fundraiser, this collaborative quilt travels to other guilds and events until it is raffled off at our quilt show. See our 2019 Opportunity Quilt here.
Via Zoom The SFQG offers two kinds of Saturday social gatherings, called Sewcials. At Outreach Sewcials, members gather to work on charitable projects; learn more here. Sewcial workshops feature stellar teachers both from within our own guild and beyond; learn more here. Now offered on an occasional basis; check this page for dates.