Guild Activities

Guild Activities

Monthly Meetings

Monthly meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month (February-November) at Second Reformed Church, 2323 Stadium Dr. in Kalamazoo.  The doors open at 6:15 pm for informal social time, free table, vendors, and demonstrations by our members. The formal program starts at 7:00 pm. The program is an educational/inspirational presentation by our own members, and regional or national speakers.  We usually have 2-3 national speakers per year. Guests are always welcome at our meetings and these lectures may be attended by the general public as well as by our members. A nominal fee is assessed to attend as a guest when we have a national speaker. Sometimes workshops are taught during the day by a visiting national speaker.  The workshops open first to Kalamazoo Log Cabin Quilt members and then to other quilters who are interested.


February, 2018
Sandy George and the Education committee, Fun with Half-Square Triangles
Join us for an educational evening where you will learn several ways to construct half square triangles and ways to use them in quilt design. This event is for all ability levels of quilters.

Cathie Lockhart

March 20-21, 2018
Cathie Lockhart, Lecture/Trunk Show and Workshop: Hunter Star and Rapid Fire Hunter Star rulers

Cathie Lockhart has been quilting since a very early age. She is a Studio 180 Design certified instructor. Teaching in shops, sharing through lectures and workshops for quilt guilds, vending at quilt shows and attending Studio 180 Design retreats helps keep Cathie current with new, exciting techniques and tools. 

Cathie will introduce us to designs using Deb Tucker rulers.



Nancy RoelfsemaApril 17, 2018
Nancy Roelfsema, Lecture: Why We Quilt and Trunk Show: New York Beauty quilts

Nancy is the Show host and producer for OnPoint TV. Her credits include the very popular “Learning to Quilt” series of e-lessons.



Lenore CrawfordMay 15-16, 2018
Lenore Crawford, Lecture and Workshop: Fusing and Fabric Painting
to Create Realistic Fabric Art
Lenore is from Midland, Michigan. After working in a medical laboratory and chemical research lab for many years, she decided to pursue art as a full-time endeavor. Creating art is her dream job. She teaches her fusing/fabric painting technique, using her patterns, plus other techniques.

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