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 lectures and Sew & Tell at our monthly meetings as well as Virtual Sewcials, with Sewing Circle meet-ups coming soon. We support members working on quilts for donation 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.
Please visit our Calendar for a comprehensive view of all upcoming activities, with details, dates and times, plus the links you’ll need to participate.
A treasure trove of fabrics, orphan blocks, patterns, and quilting supplies. Contributions welcome. Click here for details of the next Outdoor Free Table. And see the Calendar tab for all future dates. Members who would like to host a Free Table please contact Valerie Lienkaemper, her contact info can be found in the Membership Directory.
The 2021 Round Robin runs through November 2021. It’s a great way to practice new techniques and stay connected with other quilters. New this year: participants can join a traditional or a modern Round Robin. Learn more.
Sewing Circles are groups of guild members who pursue shared interests by meeting regularly, sewing together, working on collaborative projects, and the like. New chair, Sara Guyol, will report on developments soon.
Our in-person activities and events, on hiatus during the pandemic, will return to this page when it is safe for members to get together.