Manteca Quilters

2019
Thursday January 24th—Lecture—Sandra Mollen

Saturday January 26th Workshop—Sandra Mollen workshop on raw edge applique with an emphasis on teaching value
Thursday February 28th—Final planning for quilt show at meeting—Quilt Show March 2nd and 3rd
Thursday March 28th—Colleen Granger - playing with precuts

Saturday March 30th - Colleen Granger workshop - pattern is Rings of Change
Thursday April 25th—Induction of new officers

Saturday April 27th - Workshop—Linda Ballard is teaching her pattern "The Big Easy"
Thursday May 23rd—TBA—No workshop
Thursday June 27th —Leona Rodriguez—trunk show

Saturday June 29th - Workshop by Leona Rodriguez
Thursday July 25th - Quilto game at meeting

Saturday July 27th -  Elizabeth Cunning Workshop—Red, White and Blue blocks

Thursday August 22nd - Cindy Thompson - lecture on dyeing fabric with tissue

Saturday August 24th - Cindy Thompson - workshop of dyeing fabric with tissue

Meeting Information:  Meetings are held on the 4th Thursday of each month except for November and December.

Meeting Location

Manteca Library

McFall Conference Room

320 Center Street

Manteca, CA

About Us: 

Manteca Quilters is for everyone who loves quilts and the art of quilting. We have members of all ages and at all levels of quilting from beginner to the very experienced. Established in 1979, we have grown to over 140 members and are still growing!

Membership

Our Mission

Our General Meetings are held in the evening on the fourth (4th) Thursday of the month except for November and December. Our meeting schedule is as follows:

6:00 - Social time

6:30 - General meeting

7:00 - Program

8:00 - Break

8:10 - Business and show and tell

You are welcome to come to a meeting to "check us out".  If you would like to join, please contact our Membership Chair, Cathy Sagaser at catherinesagaser@gmail.com.

1. To contribute to the knowledge of, and to promote the appreciation of fine quilts

2. To sponsor and support quilting activities, and to encourage quilt making and collecting

3. To increase the knowledge of quilting history, techniques, textiles, patterns, and needle arts

4. To promote the growth of quilt makers through educational meetings, travel and fellowship.

Meetings