Area 3 Chapters

Area 3 Chapters in the beautiful state of Maine:

*Bog Hoot Quilters-Mechanic Falls area
*Chickadee Quilters-Bridgton Area
*Classic Quilters of Lewiston-Auburn Area
*Country Aire Quilters-Turner Area
*Country Square Quilters-North Jay/Wilton Area
*Cross Country Quilters-Bethel Area
*Grammy's Choice Quilters-Canton Area
*Ladies of the Lake Quilters-Peru/Rumford/Dixfield Area
*Lisbon Krazy Kwilters-Lisbon Area
*Pine Needle Quilters-Norway/South Paris Area
*Scraps and Patches Quilters-Poland Area
*Village Scrappers Quilters-Livermore Area

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Maine Modern Quilters Meeting 1/9/13

Maine Modern Quilters 4th meeting

Wed., Jan. 9, 2013
12-1 Social and bag lunch--1-3 Meeting

Cotton Weeds
541 US Route 1, Freeport, ME 04032



Quilters of all skill levels and interests welcome! New members come to every meeting.
 12-1 p.m.  Social and lunch time……. Bring your bag lunch if interested. There is a kitchenette with a microwave and refrigerator that we may use. Bring your own refreshments and coffee/tea and cup.

1-3 or 3:30 p.m.   Meeting time

Bring your Show and Tell/s!!!!!!, and the name of your project/s

Solid fabrics are on their way to Cotton Weeds at the beginning of 2013.

Arrival date ?????? Not sure.

Cotton Weeds offers classes for how to quilt in the negative space.

Questions………………. Contact Betsy Cannan,








Tuesday, December 18, 2012

PTQG State Members Meeting-January 26, 2013

Just a quick reminder that we have an upcoming members meeting on Saturday, January 26th at the Jewett Hall, University of Maine at Augusta from 9:30 a.m. to adjournment.

Our speaker will be Nancy Morgan of Springvale, ME, who is an artist, graphic designer, fiber artist and quilter.

Don't forget to bring along your lunch and show-and-tell. Oh, and remember to wear your favorite apron--whether or not it's your own style or that of your grandmothers, let's show them off!

Quiltville "Easy Street" Part IV

I have to be honest-Bonnie's mystery quilts have been in the past, well, much harder to make. Yes, you see a pleasant smile on MY face! :)

Here is a photo of step four completed-yes, more flying geese and now we are combining steps-yea! The red squares are 3 1/2" (all 145 pieces of them) and I can't wait until Friday to find out how they play out in step five.

Exhibit on Maine Schoolgirl Needlework

Thanks to Diane Duplissis for forwarding this information for the blog!

The Dyer Library and Saco Museum, located at 371 Main St. in Saco, ME will be holding several events in the next few months that you can find out more information on their website by clicking the link below:
 One of interest to most quilters and needleworkers is:"I MY NEEDLE PLY WITH SKILL": Maine Schoolgirl Needlework of the Federal Era
FREE public opening reception: Friday, January 11, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
January 12 through March 2, 2013
Join us for an in-depth look at the complex and lovely needlework created in Maine by schoolgirls of the late 18th and early 19th centuries. About 80 samplers and other embroideries will be on view, drawn from the collections of the Dyer Library/Saco Museum as well as other public and private collections in Maine and beyond.