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Check here to stay informed about upcoming guild meetings, speakers, workshops, and events...

Remember, you must pay the workshop fee to receive confirmation of a seat and to receive the supply list for your selected workshop(s). Some meetings and workshops may require a $5.00 fee for internationally known speakers/instructors. Please make checks payable to Edmond Quilt Guild. You can send your check to Edmond Quilt Guild, PO Box 1843, Edmond, OK 73083.

For other area quilting events, see the current newsletter.

2018 EQG Upcoming Events


August 21st - Lesa Erlandsand - “Thanks to Eli, Isaac and Tom” Lecture. ”. It’s a fast paced look at the 19th century in the United States. Quiltmakers did not live in a vacuum and the improvements and inventions developed during the 19th century influenced everything from thread to fabric colors to how much time women had to create. Lisa will be showing us quilts from the early 1800’s through the turn of the 20th century during this program.

Workshop--“Quilt History: From Fabric to Quilt, From then to Now” $35.00 ($45 non-member) 6 hours. A look at fabrics and quilts from the early 1800s to the 1940s. Learn to recognize colors, techniques and quilting styles that will help you to place fabrics and quilts in the right time period. Emphasis in this class will be on seeing and touching the fabrics, quilt blocks, tops and quilts. This will be a hands-on approach to studying quilt history. Cameras are welcome. Booklet will be provided with a breakdown of colors, fabrics, technology and styles. Skill level: all. Supplies: Note taking materials, pencils only. Cameras are welcome. Workshop begins at 9:00 and ends at 4:00 with a lunch break.


September 18th - Shannon Brinkley “Scrappy Applique” Trunk Show. During the engaging and interactive program, Shannon will share about herself, her background, how she began quilting, and what led her to develop her techniques and write Scrappy Bits Appliqué. She will take everyone through the whole process (nitty-gritty details will be saved for workshops) and provide a lot of ideas and inspiration for how these techniques can be used. Lastly, a trunk show, where we hold up the different quilts she brought, and discuss fabric selection, quilting decisions, etc. It is a really fun and unique program.

Workshop--Scrappy Applique Menegarie. Scrappy Applique is Shannon’s signature technique and makes for a really fun workshop. Scrappy Applique is her raw-edge applique technique that is fun and approachable for beginners and experienced quilters alike. Check out the blog post she wrote about her in-person Scrappy Appliqué Workshops (includes some prep instructions for students attending). Workshop fees for Members is $30 and $45 for non-members.


October 16th - Cindy Parry and Cindy Brendzel , Co-Representatives for the Kansas/Missouri/Oklahoma region of the Studio Art Quilt Associates (SAQA), will be talking about the exciting activities and new plans that are in the works for our region. The Cindys, along with a couple other region members, will share some of their work and what inspired their pieces. One of the coveted SAQA 50-piece trunk shows will be on hand to view which is a representation of works from across the international spectrum of membership depicting many different fiber art techniques. Come see some eye candy and inspiration for your artful soul.


November 20th - Previously scheduled to appear was Meg Callahan, Art Quilter. Due to scheduling conflicts, she will be unable to appear. We will announce her replacement as soon as possible.


December 18th - EQG Christmas Party


- Programs and speakers subject to change -
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