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Guild Members….Click here to view/print two new items found in Member Resources:

2021 Quilt Show Resources

Member Demo Information – January 20, 2020



David Ciambrone, Georgetown, TX


February 17 – Program:  Writing Quilting Mysteries

david ciambrone pic

Dr. David Ciambrone is a retired scientist, professor, and a forensics consultant and is now a best selling award-winning author living in Georgetown, Texas. He has published 20 books, four non-fiction and fourteen fiction, and has a new mystery in work. David has written 9 books in the Virginia Davies Quilting Mystery series.


Barn Quilts

Kathleen Grimstvedt, Member of the HCQG

January 21
February 18

Barn QuiltsThe workshops for January and February will be Barn Quilts. We will begin with a pre-primed board and go through each step -drafting, taping, and painting, with careful attention to detail. You will make a 2’x 2’ quilt block and a 1’x 1’ quilt block. The 2’x 2’ will be yours to take home, the 1’x 1’ will be placed in he market-place for sale at the 2021 HCQG quilt show. There will be a limit of 20 people each month. Cost of the workshop is $20. If you are participating you will need to bring painters tape, a ruler and a pencil. The cost includes paints, brushes and the 2’x 2’ and 1’x 1’ primed boards.

Photo from 3/18/19 Barn Quilt workshop

Program and Workshop Time and Location Information

  • The guild meets at 9:30 am on the third Monday of the month at Zion Lutheran Church, 624 Barnett St., Kerrville, TX. 
  • Visitors are welcome.
  • Workshops, when scheduled, begin at 9:00 am on the third Tuesday of the month at Zion Lutheran Church.
  • Workshops are open to guild members and to non-members, if they pay for membership plus the workshop fee.

Check out all of the new exciting 2020 Program and Workshop Schedule

Click here:  2020 Programs and Workshops

For more information or to be added to the workshop wait list, click here and look for the contact form at the bottom of the page:  Programs and Workshops