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The Quilter's Guild of Dallas, founded by Helena Hibbs in 1979, was organized to preserve the heritage of quilting, be a source of information and inspiration, and in general perpetuate a high quality of excellence in quilting.

The guild boasts numerous friendship groups, an extensive library, workshops, a well-respected annual quilt show, regular meetings featuring nationally known speakers, the Quilter's Guild of Dallas Helena Hibbs Endowment Fund, and the Helena Hibbs Scholarship.

For Guild Contact Information, please click here.

Guild Meetings: First Thursday of each month, 7:15 pm
Congregation Shearith Israel, 9401 Douglas - Dallas, Texas
(Southeast corner of Dallas Tollway & Walnut Hill Lane)

Plans are underway for Dallas Quilt Show 2015, Market Hall, March 13 - 15!
Be a Show Volunteer! Get one of these nifty volunteer gift cups!
plastic cups
Click HERE for details and to get a Volunteer Form.

March 5, 2015 – Brenda Perry

Lecture: "Waste Not, Want not"

The March 5th meeting has been cancelled due to poor weather conditions.

Please remember to sign up for volunteer positions at our Dallas Quilt Guild Show next week! See the Volunteer page for details: HERE.

My name is Brenda Perry and I am a professional quilt maker, lecturer and teacher. A self proclaimed "Quiltaholic," I live in Sanger, Texas with my husband, Don, of over 50 years. We have a married daughter and 2 grown grandsons. They are my biggest fans.

I learned early on that I loved working with my hands and have tried everything from macramé, tole painting, and fabric crafts to cross-stitch. Once I discovered quilting all else went by the wayside. I am a self-taught traditional quilter. I have been blessed by the love of quilt making and have been given the opportunity to teach at quilt shops, through guilds such as yours and a number of small groups. Quilting has taken over my life, but I'm not complaining. I am truly blessed.

Program Waste Not Want Not:
My Grandma used to say that a lot. "Waste Not – Want Not" is based on a way of life passed down from my grandmother and mother applied to quilting in the form of using fabric scraps. My greatest passion is sharing my love of quilts in the form of a trunk show featuring my favorite quilts and the quilts made from the scraps of those quilts. I save, organize and use scraps of all sizes.

There will be no workshops this month.

The March 2015 Newsletter is now available!

Click HERE to download a copy.

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