• About Orange County Quilters Guild

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    Orange County Quilters Guild is one of Southern California's oldest quilt guilds. The Guild is a non-profit organization formed to promote cooperation and the exchange of ideas among those interested in or engaged in quilting; to encourage and maintain high standards of design and technique in quilting; to instruct members in methods and techniques of creative quilting; and to inspire personal achievement.


    Guild meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month at Anaheim United Methodist Church (1000 S State College Blvd, Anaheim, CA 92806).


    The evening starts at 6:00 p.m. with the auditorium open for Block Party, a chance to make and win enough blocks for a small quilt, viewing Show and Tell quilts brought in by our members, signing up for Guild-sponsored workshops, and participating in one of our fabric exchanges. At 7:00 p.m. the Business Meeting is called to order by the President who announces news of upcoming OCQG events and events from around the Southern California world of quiltmaking. The main event of the evening is a presentation by a guest speaker or a special event. Our Chairpersons announce special events and projects available to members. During the evening all attendees are eligible to win door prizes donated by local quilt shops and guild members (must be present to win!).


    Guests are invited to attend at a cost of $5.00 except at the closed February meeting. Click here if you'd like to pay your guest fee online. 



    Note: Orange County Quilters Guild is a 501(c)(4) non-profit social welfare organization. As such, contributions made to Orange County Quilters Guild are not deductible by donors as charitable contributions. If the donor is a business, other tax deductions may be available; please consult your tax attorney.